Willowbank is excited to announce our first-ever entrance scholarships for incoming students. Beginning with the Fall 2018 program, candidates can apply for a scholarship covering up to 50% of their first-year tuition. The newly established scholarships are sustained by a generous three-year funding commitment from the Dalglish Family Foundation. The full press release is available to download here.
The Dalglishes have previously supported Willowbank through Prince’s Charities Canada by giving Willowbank students an opportunity to attend the Prince’s Foundation Summer School. The Dalglish Family commitment is a testament to their confidence in Willowbank.
Applications for the Fall 2018 program are currently being accepted. Places are limited. To schedule a campus tour or to apply, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
To catch up on what's been happening at Willowbank, check out our full Winter Newsletter here.
Willowbank is pleased to announce its role in the new cornerstone laid on Parliament Hill in Ottawa by His Excellency the Right Honourable David Johnston, Governor General of Canada, in the presence of the Right Honourable Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister, and the Speakers of the Senate and House of Commons. The cornerstone flanks the Visitor Welcome Centre, the first new building on Parliament Hill in over a century. The stone is Queenston Limestone, and the inscription was carved by Willowbank faculty associate Danny Barber and alumni Justine Southam (pictured). The full media release from September 28th is available here.