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Building better futures

Devlin McDermitt and donors Glen and Pauline Greene

Devlin McDermitt and donors Glenn and Pauline Greene

Featured student scholarship
Royal Jubilee Hospital nurse Devlin McDermitt, had not anticipated the heavy demands that would be placed on her by following her calling. "Although the nursing program has been challenging, and has expected more of me than I ever thought possible, it is well worth the time and effort." The Greene Scholarship not only provided Devlin with much needed financial assistance, it has motivated her studies even more as she feels that her dedication and hard work have been recognized, and that is exactly what the Greenes envisioned - recognizing the potential that student financial aid had to offer. The Greenes established their endowed scholarship after many years of supporting UVic through annual gifts. Now the Greene's generosity is providing a legacy of support that will continue to help aspiring nursing students like Devlin achieve their dreams for years to come.


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Your gift, whether large or small, can have an impact on students, researchers, community and society. Read more student testimonials.

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Every gift you make, regardless of timing or size, has a positive outcome. Here are a few examples of how you can help:

  • $450 pays for a student to take one course
  • $2,500 pays a student's tuition for one semester
  • $5,000 pays a student's tuition for one year
  • $20,000 pays a student's tuition for 4 years
  • $25,000 establishes an endowed named bursary or scholarship
  • $50,000 establishes an endowment for more than one undergraduate student
  • $100,000 establishes a graduate student award

Anne Allen

Anna Allen, Lori Boland and Pam Miller

Social Work student Lori Boland receives the the annual Anna Allen Scholarship in the School of Social Work. Director of the School of Social Work, Dr. Pam Miller attended the presentation. Anna Allen is a UVic Craigdarroch Castle graduate and practiced as a social worker in BC for her entire career. Her specialty was in child and family services.

There are many
ways to contribute

Whether it's speaking to an undergraduate class or hiring a co-op student, or a new graduate, there are many ways you can help tomorrow's leaders.

Donations to the University of Victoria can take many forms, from one-time gifts of cash or donations in kind, to planned gifts through one's will. Learn more about Giving to UVic.

Contact our development officer to learn more about assisting the faculty in creating and promoting student awards, research grants and project funds.

Lynne Milnes, development officer
lmilnes@uvic.ca
250-472-5031

Funding stories
 

Darlene Scott 

The Darlene Scott Scholarship is named after Darlene Scott (nee Ingham) with its preferred recipient being a woman returning to study after years of work and/or raising a family. It is her example that inspires this award. In the late 1930's she began her studies as a nursing student but was unable to complete them because of an allergic reaction to the black stockings that were required wear for nursing students. She never gave up her dream of education and in her late forties began taking university courses through extension at York University, Glendon College. She had raised four children, was a founder and leader of a network of women's study groups through her church when she died at age 54 from cancer. All her children became university graduates. Two of her sons have followed her example and returned to school in later life both completing PhD's and her daughter is an acclaimed writer and university faculty member.

Lynne Milnes, Development Officer
University of Victoria
PO Box 3050, STN CSC
Victoria, BC V8W 3P5
or call 250-472-5031 or email lmilnes@uvic.ca

Publications
 


The Torch is UVic's alumni magazine.

To obtain publications to assist you in gift decisions, contact Lynne Milnes at 250-472-5031 or email lmilnes@uvic.ca.

Contact our
development officer

The faculty's development office works closely with alumni, friends and corporate partners to form lasting relationships.

Lynne Milnes
Development officer
lmilnes@uvic.ca
250-472-5031

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