Support Women to Succeed at Capilano University
Did you know?
- The proportion of women between the ages of 25 to 64 with a university certificate or degree grew at a faster pace than that of men, more than doubling between 1991 and 2015 from 15% to 35%.
- At least one third of adult women in British Columbia have a university certificate or degree.
- While women represent the majority of university degree holders in most fields of study, they are still the minority in areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
In 2018, Capilano University President Paul Dangerfield and his wife Catherine established the Paul & Catherine Dangerfield Women's Bursary as a way to enable access to post-secondary education for female students who may otherwise not have that opportunity. This bursary supports female students who demonstrate financial need and academic success to help them to achieve their dreams of pursuing higher education.
Ways to Give
Help women achieve their goals by supporting one of 23 awards (listed below) or create a new award or endowment that directly assists women pursing higher education. 100% of your donation will go directly to assisting female students at Capilano University.
A donor can choose to establish an annual named award by contributing a minimum of $1000.00 each year for a 3 year commitment ($3,000 in total). Alternatively, a donor can create an endowment in which a minimum of $20,000 is contributed. An endowment exists in perpetuity and the interest generated each year is distributed to the recipient. Our Financial Aid Office administers all student awards based on eligibility criteria.
This bursary was created by the current Capilano University President and his family to support female students who demonstrate financial need.
This bursary was created by Cranmer family in honour of Barbara Cranmer to support female students in the indigenous film program.
Established by the Canadian Daughters' League, Assembly 12, this bursary supports female students in a music program who demonstrate financial need.
This bursary was established by the Canadian Federation of University Women (Sunshine Coast) and provides financial assistance to mature female students at the kálax-ay Sunshine Coast campus.
Established by the Canadian Federation of University Women to honour CFUW members who have passed away, this bursary supports mature female students who have demonstrated financial need.
In memory of Mary Neil, this bursary is presented annually to one or more female students enrolled in academic studies.
This bursary established by the friends and family of the late CapU history student, Elizabeth Lees, is presented annually to assist female students in academic studies.
Established by Margaret Szabo and Olga Kempo in memory of their mother, Martha Kempo, this bursary supports female Indigenous students who demonstrate financial need.
This bursary was established by the North Shore (Vancouver) Beta Sigma Phi Council and 13 chapters to support domestic female students who demonstrate financial need.
Established by retired faculty member Olga Kempo, this bursary supports female students enrolled in arts or sciences who have demonstrated financial need.
This endowment from Patsy and Crissy George supports female students of African descent who are pursuing an education.
In memory of Violet Feist, this bursary supports female domestic students who have dependents and who demonstrate financial need, with a preference for students in a music-related program.
This award is presented annually to a mature female student who is either a graduate of a North Vancouver secondary school or a resident of North Vancouver attending Capilano University.
This award supports female students who have lived as a youth in care in B.C. Preference will be given to students that no longer qualify for other BC youth in care financial supports due to their age.
This scholarship supports students enrolled in an engineering program who have demonstrated academic excellence, with a preference for a female student.
This scholarship honours a CapU instructor who was lost in a North Vancouver mudslide in 2005, and supports female students in computing science or engineering studies who demonstrate academic excellence.
In memory of former women's soccer coach Frank Pupp, this award supports athletes on the Blues women's soccer team who are active in their communities in the area of soccer.
Established by a student to acknowledge the kindness, respect and encouragement she received at CapU, this award supports students with a disability, with a preference for female students.
This fund supports women who are pursuing post-secondary education.
This award supports students who demonstrate financial need and an interest in and commitment to gender issues, with a preference for mature female students.
Co-workers and family of Rita Watson Johnson established this award in her memory to support female students with a demonstrated interest in and commitment to gender issues.
This scholarship was established by Jeri and Don Krogseth to support one male and one female athlete on Capilano University Blues varsity teams who demonstrate academic excellence.
Established by Lee Grills in memory of her mother, Una Graham, this award provides financial assistance to female students.
Contact Capilano University Foundation at 604 984 4983 or at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to contribute to an award today!