Marist College Canberra Br Mark May Bursary Fund

Funds raised through the Marist College Canberra Foundation are to assist families who may not have the capacity to send their son to Marist College Canberra.

The Br Mark May Bursary Fund is built through the generosity of former students, their families and other members of the Marist community. The Br Mark May Bursary is one way that we can "love one another as I have loved you."


Bursary Program Applications

The Gift of Education

The College does not offer scholarships of any kind. Instead, we have had a financially-needs based Bursary Program. This program has enabled young men, from all walks of life, to receive a Marist education. The Bursary Program is funded solely by donations. There are no cross subsidies from school fees.

Applying for a Bursary

Application Cut-Off

Applications for Bursaries for new students are to be lodged by the end of Term 2 in the year prior to the requested year of enrolment, but no earlier than 18 months from entry. Late applications may be accepted, however they may be unsuccessful due to lack of funds or space available.

Request a Bursary Application

Please contact the Registrar via email to request an application with the following details:

  • Applicant’s first and last name
  • Year of application (eg Year 7 2020)
  • Postal address

Information and Criteria