In the fall of 2003, the School of Rehabilitation Science established an endowment fund, which will be used to raise money to support student scholarships and bursaries. We recognize the increasing financial costs faced by students in the professional occupational therapy and physiotherapy programs, and want to increase the scholarship and bursary support that is available to rehabilitation science students.
For more information on the Rehabilitation Science Endowment Fund, please contact Associate Dean, Patty Solomon firstname.lastname@example.org
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At the School of Rehabilitation Science, we hope that you will stay involved with our programs, faculty and students. Through our Alumni Newsletter, you can learn more about events within the School. We also welcome your continued involvement with the School as a member of the rehabilitation science and FHS alumni branch, as a tutor within our educational programs, or in providing a fieldwork placement for our students.
If you are interested in any of these activities, please let us know: email@example.com
Upon graduation, all graduates of McMaster University, as of right, become members of the McMaster Alumni Association (MAA). In doing so, each joins our over 100,000 alumni living around the world.
The six components of the McMaster Alumni Association's mission are to:
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- Support McMaster University
- Involve alumni
- Recognize alumni achievements
- Provide services and benefits for alumni
- Communicate with alumni
- Involve current students