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With students facing unexpected financial burden due to the COVID-19 pandemic and in need of emergency funding, Selkirk College Foundation has rallied the community to provide needed support. With a wonderful flow of generosity, the target has been exceeded and students are getting the help they need.

With students facing unexpected financial burden due to the COVID-19 pandemic and in need of emergency funding, Selkirk College Foundation has rallied the community to provide needed support. With a wonderful flow of generosity, the target has been exceeded and students are getting the help they need.

Students helping students is a foundation of life and learning on Selkirk College campuses. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to cause stress for learners, the Selkirk College Students’ Union (SCSU) is helping ease anxiety.

Students helping students is a foundation of life and learning on Selkirk College campuses. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to cause stress for learners, the Selkirk College Students’ Union (SCSU) is helping ease anxiety.

Selkirk College Foundation is hoping the community will help spread generosity on May 5 as part of Giving Tuesday Now. Giving Tuesday Now, recognized by the hashtag #GivingTuesdayNow, is a global day of giving and unity that will take place as an emergency response to the unprecedented need caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

To help the Selkirk College Foundation reach its fundraising goal for the COVID-19 Student Relief Fund, staff members from different departments are chipping in and doing their part.

To help the Selkirk College Foundation reach its fundraising goal for the COVID-19 Student Relief Fund, staff members from different departments are chipping in and doing their part.

Challenges arising from the COVID-19 pandemic are being felt across society. For post-secondary students, financial pressures have been compounded causing barriers to learning. Selkirk College has created an opportunity for the community to take positive action to help.

Challenges arising from the COVID-19 pandemic are being felt across society. For post-secondary students, financial pressures have been compounded causing barriers to learning. Selkirk College has created an opportunity for the community to take positive action to help.

What Students Say

Angela Erickson, Human Services Diploma grad, emergency fund recipient
“It truly is a relief, even if it just helps get us through the next two months… at least we made it two months more,” Angela Erickson says. “I feel very humbled to get this help, it takes off a bit of stress in the present.”
Angela Erickson, Human Services Diploma grad, emergency fund recipient