Student Award Beneficiaries



A simple way to say thanks

The funds you received this academic year were provided by one of McGill’s generous benefactors. The McGill Office of Donor Relations updates McGill’s benefactors annually on the impact that their philanthropy is having on the University.

Therefore, we invite you to submit a letter of appreciation to the family or individual who donated the funds that you received. This gives you an opportunity to introduce yourself and thank these benefactors. It also demonstrates to the donor the importance of their support. 

Show your appreciation

The letter should include a clear statement of thanks to the donor(s). Some suggestions of other information to incorporate into your note are:

  • How the funds helped you achieve academic success this year;
  • How the funds helped relieve financial pressure or reduce your debt;
  • Your program of study or courses taken;
  • Your academic goals and aspirations;
  • Why you chose to study at McGill;
  • Any relevant personal information that you wish to share with the donor.

The Office of Donor Relations will print your letter on McGill letterhead and mail it to the family or individual.

Questions?

If you would like additional information about who established the award you received and when it was established, or if you have a photo that you would like to share with your donor, please contact us at student [dot] awards [at] mcgill [dot] ca.

Mail your letter

If you wish to submit a handwritten note of thanks, please send it to:
Scholarships and Student Aid Office
McGill University
Brown Student Services Building
3600 McTavish Street, Suite 3200
Montreal, QC  H3A 1Y2

Note: By submitting this form, I authorize the McGill Office of Donor Engagement and Stewardship to share my name and the information I have provided with donors, for the purpose of acknowledging gifts in support of the University. The information may also be used in annual publications, such as McGill newsletters. Please click on the submit field if you consent.