Bachelor of Commerce (BCom)

BAC Be A Champion Fund

This fund consists of money that has been raised by the Business Advisory Council, Alberta School of Business faculty, staff and friends. The fund is directed towards providing support for events and activities which are in line with the strategic direction of the Alberta School of Business as determined by the Business Advisory Council and the Dean of the Alberta School of Business. It is meant for the support of signature and flagship events that provide a local, national or international showplace for the talents of Business students, as well as funding innovative or entrepreneurial initiatives by undergraduate Business students. Students interested in applying must submit a proposal to the Associate Dean, Undergraduate Programs. Please indicate BAC 2019/20 Request in the subject line of your email.  

The Business Advisory Council helps to give Alberta School of Business students opportunities in their development as leaders. Funding helps to create connections in the community for students and begins the process where students from the Alberta School of Business develop the long-lasting ties between the School and the community that builds for tomorrow and the future success of the Alberta School of Business. Funding is given for events that enhance the Alberta School of Business reputation. Funding is given for events that allow students to sharpen their academic skills and apply them in a variety of settings.

Students and student groups may apply for funding from the BAC Be A Champion Fund by preparing a proposal with a detailed description of the project or event they are undertaking. A detailed budget must accompany the proposal including the source and amounts of all other funding either requested or received. Students must address in their proposal how their project or event fulfills the terms of this fund as outlined above. Successful proposals will be those able to show great value not only to the students participating in the project or event itself but to the overall student body and the Alberta School of Business.