In honour of their graduation, the Class of Commerce 2022 has decided to support the Commerce Bursary Fund and Smith's EDII Fund.
The Commerce Bursary Fund
The Commerce Bursary Fund was established to assist Smith School of Business to provide bursary funding to eligible students. Tuition is now over $17,000 in the first year of the Commerce program. Affordable education is essential to ensure all prospective students have access to the Queen's education, experiences, friendships, and community.
Smith EDII Fund
Smith School of Business at Queen’s University is committed to cultivating a vibrant, diverse and inclusive academic and work environment rooted in a culture of mutual respect and equity such that all members of our community feel safe, possess a strong sense of belonging and are empowered to thrive. We recognize that access, equity and inclusion are vital to our school's future and to developing global citizens with the broad knowledge, skills, and perspectives needed to contribute meaningfully to society as well as advancements in business. To aid in achieving our EDII goals, we must expand our efforts and accelerate the implementation of meaningful EDII-related changes.