BCU Student Bursary Program

The BCU Bursary program was created to provide additional financial assistance to graduating high school students who best represent Ultimate, the Spirit of the Game, and who have an interest in contributing to the continued development of the sport. The process for obtaining the grants was formulated to be in keeping with the requirements of the Province of British Columbia and are consistent with the BCU’s Values of Growth, Spirit, Competition and Community.

BCU bursaries are awarded in cooperation with school administration/athletics and serve to enhance the recognition of the sport and the student athletes in these communities.

BCU is proud to provide these bursaries in a method that encourages our junior members to stay involved in the sport of Ultimate.

Each year BCU offers four $750 bursaries for grade 12 students who are moving on to post secondary education institutions. Bursaries are given out to students who have been involved in the sport of ultimate and demonstrate a financial need.

Bursary Information Form

Other avenues of financial support

Parents can review the following programs as a means of covering the cost of juniors participating in ultimate, typically for clinics or club team costs.

Jump Start

KidSport BC

Athletics 4 Kids