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Appleby College

Financial Assistance

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"Now that I have the means to do so, I feel that it is my duty, and not only my pleasure, to contribute financially to the school so that others may benefit from Appleby and achieve their own leadership roles and goals in life." - Christopher Wood '78

Perspectives

Impact

Students deserve every opportunity to pursue an education that excites and challenges them and offers them a chance to discover their passions.

Appleby College's commitment to Financial Assistance is designed to ensure that students can pursue such an outstanding education. An Appleby education requires a significant commitment and we believe financial need should never prevent a student from reaching their full potential. 

A world-class education not only requires exceptional faculty, programmes, and facilities, it also demands a diverse socioeconomic student body. Having a talented range of students, regardless of their backgrounds, is one of the central hallmarks of great schools and it's a vital part of the Appleby College experience.

All Financial Assistance decisions at Appleby are need-based and are designed to assist families who believe in an Appleby education but are unable to meet the full financial commitments.

Support

Donate today toward Appleby College's Financial Assistance programme. Your generosity opens a world of opportunities for deserving students!

"I was able to attend Appleby because of past donors. My donations now help other bright and hardworking students succeed a Appleby, so I am happy to do it." - Derek Smith '93

Should you wish to speak with someone about a gift in support of Financial Assistance, please contact:

Jude Alexander
Director, Advancement Services & Operations
Phone: 905-845-4681, ext. 161
E-mail: jalexander@appleby.on.ca

 


 

By The Numbers

$25MM

has been provided over the past decade

18%

families receive financial assistance annually

131

students received financial assistance in 2017-18

90%

of financial assistance is provided in the form of bursaries

523%

increase in bursary assistance since 2002

10

Sir Edmund Walker Scholarship Awards per year