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Has anyone received a bursary yet? I know the merit awards went out long ago but that is not my concern. I was told they'd be given out around this time so I'm wondering if it's started yet

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Last I heard, SAFA is planning on sending the Differential Tuition Bursary notifications by early-August. 

-Malina

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I just received an email about the bursary today so keep your eyes out 

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I logged into my student account and under "view/acccept/decline awards" I saw that I received a bursary. I wasn't emailed about it yet. Maybe take a look on your student account!

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I also did not receive an email but under "view/accept/decline awards" on My UofC it showed that I received a bursary. I reiterate what faimagc said and check your student account!

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