Sarah Gaulin Memorial Scholarship now Accepting Applications for 2018
The Gaulin Foundation is pleased to announce that it is once again accepting applications for the Sarah Gaulin Memorial Scholarship – a national scholarship that promotes the resilience of individuals with mental illness pursuing post-secondary education.
The $1,000 scholarships are being offered in honour of Sarah Gaulin, who died at the age of 26 after a longtime battle with mental illness. We would appreciate you sharing the attached information with students you work with.
In order to apply, students must be registered in a post-secondary institution and provide documented proof of their mental illness. Scholarships will be awarded to outstanding applicants who meet the criteria of the program. Deadline for applications is April 1, 2018.
Details about the scholarship can be found at www.gaulinfoundation.org
Book early to guarantee accommodations
The Blundon Centre will ensure that you receive your
accommodations as long as you book your test or exam with us two weeks ahead of time (one month ahead for final exams).
If you are trying to book with less than two weeks’ notice (or one month for a final exam), contact the Blundon Centre. Provide your name, student number, course name and number, professor’s name, and date and time of the test/exam and we will do our best to find a seat for you.
However, we can’t guarantee that you can write your test or exam at the Centre due to the numbers of exams being written and the staff available to invigilate.
Check your account in Blundon's Online Student Services page after 5pm on the day before the test or exam. If we were able to book a space for you, your test/exam will be listed under the My Upcoming Events tab. If not, you will need to write in your classroom.
To get an introduction to our Online Student Services or to resolve any problems with booking tests or exams, please visit the Blundon Centre.
Please see our Accommodations policy for full details by visiting Accommodations for Students with Disabilities.