Profile of a Marianopolis student who received financial support and recognition

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Among the many scholarships and other types of financial support that Marianopolis College grants each year are scholarships for first-year students. Here is one such student.

Name: Marianopolis Student Union President Laurence Liang ’21, recipient of a Director General’s Student Life Scholarship, for incoming students in any program with significant potential to contribute to the quality of student life at the College and who demonstrate a history of involvement in clubs or activities in their school or community

Area of study: Honours Health Science

High School: Collège Jean-de-Brébeuf

University plans: software or mechanical engineering

What did this entrance scholarship mean to you as an incoming student: Being selected breathed renewed confidence in a vision that excites me: making coding as accessible and impactful as possible, which I strived to accomplish through organizing coding events and student government. At the same time, I became more self-conscious to orient my work and energy to help people around me; whenever I worked on a project, I’d always ask myself: how can I make this beneficial to people around me?

Next week, on April 22, you will meet another Marianopolis student who has received financial support and recognition from the College.


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Today, we are introducing you to Liberal Arts student Katalina Toth, who was recognized with a Director General’s Merit Scholarship when she started her studies at Marianopolis in fall 2019.

Marianopolis is committed to recognizing excellence among its incoming students. Here is one such student, now in her last year at the College.

Name: Katalina Toth ’21, recipient of a Director General’s Merit Scholarship for incoming students with stellar high school grades 

Area of study: Liberal Arts

High School: The Sacred Heart School of Montreal

University plans: Harvard University, government major, French minor

What did this entrance scholarship mean to you as first-year student: Not only was it wonderful to feel recognition for the work I had done in high school, but it also motivated me to continue with the projects and passions that I was developing. 

Anything else? I am so grateful to the professors, academic advisors and staff at Marianopolis for the education and opportunities I have received these past two years!

 Next week, on April 15, you will meet another Marianopolis student who has received financial support from the College.