Calling all RRU alumni: Let’s make education possible, together.

As alumni you know, the road to completing a university education is never easy. Help ease the financial pressures that come with higher learning and ensure a student’s journey starts off on the right foot.

Your donation today to our annual alumni appeal will help the next generation of change-makers, leaders and community builders through student entrance awards. Your gift will be matched – dollar for dollar – up to $15,000.

About Entrance Awards

Provide much-needed financial aid to new students who demonstrate academic excellence, dedication to their community, and/or overcome exceptional challenges. Receiving an Entrance Award can make all the difference to someone being able to access lifechanging education at Royal Roads with confidence – and make their dreams a reality.

Entrance Awards help students achieve dreams

“It all started at Royal Roads.”

Fatso peanut butter Founder and CEO and Master of Arts in Human Security and Peacebuilding graduate Jill Van Gyn will never forget the generosity of the donors that funded her entrance award. They gave her the gift of courage and strength to overcome significant challenges.

Your donation is matched – dollar for dollar – up to $15,000!

Together, we can make extraordinary things happen.

By giving today, you will help twice as many students because your gift will be matched! A group of other alumni, staff and community members are personally matching your donation to student entrance awards up to $15,000.

Please give generously if you can.

Thanks to our matching donors: Andrew Beckerman, Nancy Coldham (MAIIC, 2013), Drew Duncan, Benjamin Johnson (BCOM, 2006), Dawn McCooey (MALT, 1998), Rowland Nichol (MBA, 2007), and Glenda Tarnowski (MAL, 2017).

Hay’sxw’qa si’em nakwilia
[Hy-sh-kwa sea-em na-kwil-ia]

Thank you, my honourable people

Royal Roads acknowledges the campus is located on the traditional Lands of the Lekwungen-speaking Peoples, the Songhees and Esquimalt Nations.

With gratitude, we live, work and learn here where the past, present, and future of Indigenous and non-Indigenous students, faculty and staff come together.