UBC students are each uniquely talented, but not all have the same opportunities. They are the next generation of leaders ready to create lasting and meaningful change and tackle the challenges that affect us all. Supporting these promising students today—so they are equipped to build a better tomorrow—is more urgent than ever.
To support their success, UBC has launched the Blue & Gold Campaign for Students, with the goal of raising $100 million in student support over three years. And to get things started, UBC is providing matching funds of up to $5 million for new gifts to select Blue & Gold campaign priorities!
Support UBC’s new Blue & Gold Campaign for Students today. Your support gives promising students access to a life-changing education—and perhaps most importantly—invests in the future of our province and our global community.
Here’s How You Can Help Remove Financial Barriers for Talented Students:
Blue & Gold Bursary
UBC’s new endowed Blue & Gold Bursary will provide support for deserving students with demonstrated financial need. Every dollar you contribute to this endowment fund will help provide talented students with the tools they need to truly create lasting and meaningful change. And your gift will have double the impact—all donations will be matched, up to $50,000 per donor. Donate Now
Additional matching opportunities are available for gifts of $25,000 and above.
Centennial Scholars Entrance Award
The Centennial Scholars Entrance Awards recognize students who, in addition to academic merit, demonstrate leadership skills or involvement in community activities and would not be able to attend UBC without significant financial assistance. Matching opportunities are available for endowed gifts of $125,000. Donate Now
Centennial Indigenous Scholars Entrance Award
As part of the Centennial Awards, the Indigenous Scholars Entrance Awards have been created specifically to support Canadian Indigenous students to attend UBC. Matching opportunities are available for endowed gifts of $125,000 and above. Donate Now