Terms & Conditions

Jason Borrevik Scholarship Terms and Conditions

Applications must be submitted online between

(TIME, DATE)

There are two (2) scholarships in total. To be eligible for one of the two scholarships, all applicants must have (and will be required to provide proof of):

  • Canadian Citizenship, Canadian Permanent Resident Status
  • United States Citizens, US Permanent Resident Status
  • Letter from an accredited college or university in Canada or the United States and attending school in the 2019-2020 academic year.
  • Enrolment in full time studies (The definition of what constitutes “full-time” status is determined by the post-secondary school being attended)
  • If the school enrolment documentation is not submitted to the scholarship administrator, within the specified timeframe, the application may be subject to disqualification.
  • Only one (1) application per student per scholarship. Students may apply to the Fall Semester Scholarship once, and then to the Summer Semester Scholarship once.
  • Students can be awarded a Jason Borrevik scholarship only once (1) per calendar year.

Enrolment will be verified after the winners are selected, and all scholarship payments will be made directly to the student to be used towards tuition and education-related expenses.

We will withhold the award for any scholar who no longer meets the eligibility requirements and revoke the award for any scholar who does not maintain the eligibility requirements.

Employees, directors, and officers of Compensia and its subsidiaries, and any child of any of the foregoing are not eligible for the scholarships. For greater certainty, “child” shall be defined herein as a person whose parent or legal guardian is an employee, director or officer of Compensia or any of its subsidiaries.

Potential scholarship recipients (and in the case of minors {under 18}, a parent or legal guardian) will be required to sign a Declaration of Compliance, Publicity and Liability Release before being awarded a scholarship. The signed declaration and release will include the recipient’s consent to the use of their name, city and province, territory or state of residence and photograph, image or likeness without further compensation, in any publicity or advertisement carried out by or on behalf of Jason Borrevik in any manner whatsoever in respect of the Scholarship Program and includes a release of Jason Borrevik.

Jason Borrevik reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to modify, amend (including extending the Scholarship application deadline) or cancel this Scholarship Program at any time without individual notice.

By entering this Scholarship Program, you agree to be bound by these terms and conditions, the records of Jason Borrevik and the decisions of the Scholarship Program judges, which records and decisions shall be deemed final, conclusive and binding in all matters.

You certify that all the information provided on the application form and in all the accompanying documents is true, accurate, and complete to the best of your knowledge. You understand that the provision of false information will render you ineligible for this Scholarship Program.

By submitting this scholarship application, you hereby authorize Jason Borrevik to release any information provided in or relating to your scholarship application to its representatives, the scholarship judges, and their respective representatives who need to know such information for purposes of administering and promoting this and other Jason Borrevik Scholarship Programs. The selection committee will use the information only for purposes of evaluating your Scholarship application.

Students with Disability

Students with a disability who will be attending post-secondary school part-time on the basis of their disability are also eligible to apply. Applicants must provide written documentation from their physician which indicates that the applicant’s disability prevents them from attending school on a full-time basis. For the purposes of this scholarship program, a disability is defined as “a functional limitation that is caused by physical, sensory or mental health impairment or learning disability that restricts a student’s ability to perform the daily activities necessary to participate fully in post-secondary learning.

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