Student Participants at the ADYC 2019

Bursary Information

An endowed African Diaspora Scholarship/Bursary in the amount of $1000 has been created for students who attend the African Diaspora Youth conference and apply and are accepted to any program of study at the University of Windsor. The bursaries will provide encouragement to students who might otherwise discount a University education to consider it among their life goals and will be given to students on the basis of need. 

To receive this Bursary you must attend the ADYC conference, then you must apply to the University of Windsor and be accepted to any program of study directly from high school.  To receive the ADYC $1,000 entrance scholarship, you must apply in your first semester of studies at the University.  Please contact Yvonne Zimmerman who will confirm your attendance at the conference.  This MUST be done before you finish you first semester. To apply for all scholarships/burseries you will find all necessary information here.  Scholarship available to participants of the Pathway to Success: An African Diaspora Youth Conference.  Must be admitted and attend the University of Windsor full-time directly after graduation from high school.  For more information, please contact the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences.   This is only available to incoming first year students. If you need assistance applying for this Bursary please contact Yvonne Zimmerman.  Contact information is listed below.

For more information, please contact: 

Yvonne Zimmerman
FAHSS Dean's office
Tel: 519-253-3000 ext. 3508

ADYC Volunteer

"Bringing the gifts that my ancestors gave
I am the dream and the hope of the slave,
I rise
I rise
I rise"
Maya Angelou
"Still I rise," And Still I Rise (1978)