St. John Valley

More than 200 students share scholarships totaling more than half a million dollars

An amount exceeding $ 520,000 was awarded in the form of scholarships to more than 200 students at the Université de Moncton, Edmundston Campus (UMCE), during the 2018-2019 academic year.

The traditional coquetel of the Edmundston campus fellows was held on November 15th.

In addition to highlighting the merit of the recipients, the evening was also intended to highlight the generosity of the donors.

The distribution of the Roméo-LeBlanc scholarship, hospitality, financial aid, academic merit and leadership was made possible by the following groups of donors: Université de Moncton, Edmundston Campus , the Saint-Louis-Maillet Foundation, the Université de Moncton’s network fundraising campaigns (Impact Campaign and Excellence Campaign) and independent donors.

This year, the Roméo-LeBlanc Excellence Awards were offered to eight students. Recipients are Dominique Arpin, Kedgwick (Bachelor of Science in Nursing, 4th year), Ariane Chouinard, Kedgwick (Bachelor of Arts in Primary Education, 2nd year), Véronique Cyr, Saint-Jacques (Preparatory Program in Health Sciences, 2nd year), Brandon Devost, Grand Falls (Preparatory Program in Health Sciences, 1st year), Véronique Dupéré, Saint-Léonard (Bachelor of Engineering – Mechanical Engineering, 1st year), Andy Ouellette, Saint-Léonard Basile (Bachelor of Applied Informatics, 1st year), Amélie Pelletier, Grand Falls (preparatory program in Health Sciences, 2nd year), and Éloïse Soucy, Edmundston (Preparatory Program in Health Sciences, 1st year) .

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