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Blue & Gold Campaign:
removing financial barriers

Give promising students access to a life-changing education

UBC students are each uniquely talented, but not all have the same opportunities. They are the next generation of leaders ready to create lasting and meaningful change and tackle the challenges that affect us all.

In September 2019, UBC announced the extension of its Blue & Gold Campaign for Students — doubling the target to $200 million by 2022. The campaign was launched in November 2017 with an ambitious fundraising target of $100 million in three years. Only two years on, the campaign hit this bold goal through the generosity and support of its donors. This extension will ensure more students have the financial help they need to succeed — and to create a better world.

Support UBC’s new Blue & Gold Campaign for Students today and give promising students access to a life-changing education and — perhaps most importantly — invest in the future of our province and our global community.

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Support talented students

  • Blue & Gold Bursary

    UBC’s new endowed Blue & Gold Bursary will provide support for deserving students with demonstrated financial need. Every dollar you contribute to this endowment fund will help provide talented students with the tools they need to truly create lasting and meaningful change.

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  • Centennial Scholars Entrance Award

    The Centennial Scholars Entrance Awards recognize students who, in addition to academic merit, demonstrate leadership skills or involvement in community activities and would not be able to attend UBC without significant financial assistance.

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  • Centennial Indigenous Scholars Entrance Award

    As part of the Centennial Awards, the Indigenous Scholars Entrance Awards have been created specifically to support Canadian Indigenous students to attend UBC.

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