IX. Scholarships and Other Awards

Bachelor of Science in Technology

In-course Bursaries

Acer Saccharum Bursary [I3083]
Apply by October 7th to Student Financial Services with a Financial Need Assessment Form and confirmation of registration with Student Accessibility Services.
Donor(s):
Steven Ardron and Celine Batterink
Qualification(s): Students registered in any degree program at the University of Guelph, who have demonstrated financial need and are registered with Student Accessibility Services.
Amount: 1 award of $1,000
Brinson Partners Inc. Bursaries [I3526]
Brinson Partners Inc., with the assistance of the Ontario government's OSOTF program, has established these bursaries. Apply with a completed Financial Need Assessment Form (N.A.F.) to Student Financial Services by October 7. Students will be considered for this award automatically once a N.A.F has been submitted by the deadline date. ACCESS AWARD.
Donor(s):
Brinson Partners Inc. with matching funding through the Ontario Student Opportunities Trust Fund
Qualification(s): Students with demonstrated financial need. Additionally, students must meet the government-mandated terms for receipt of an OSOTF award (see General Statements on Awards).
Amount: 2 awards of $1,500
Burnbrae Farms Bursaries [I3525]
Established by Burnbrae Farms, with the assistance of the Ontario government's OSOTF program to assist students with financial need to continue their studies as full-time students. Apply with a completed Financial Need Assessment Form (N.A.F.) and a statement explaining interests in poultry science to Student Financial Services by October 7. ACCESS AWARD.
Donor(s):
Burnbrae Farms with matching funding through the Ontario Student Opportunities Trust Fund
Qualification(s): Full-time students with demonstrated financial need. Preference will be given to students with a demonstrated interest in poultry science. Additionally, students must meet the government-mandated terms for receipt of an OSOTF award (see General Statements on Awards).
Amount: 2 awards of $1,000
Campbell-Ouellette Family Bursary [I3098]
Established by the Campbell-Ouellette family who are passionate about supporting students with financial need. In keeping with the family’s broad academic interests, preference will be given to students registered in the Bachelor of Arts and Science Program. Apply by October 7th to Student Financial Services with a Financial Need Assessment Form. Students will be considered for this award automatically once a N.A.F has been submitted by the deadline date.
Donor(s):
Dr. Malcolm Campbell
Qualification(s): Students registered in any program with demonstrated financial need.
Amount: 1 award of $2,000
Class of '72: 25th Reunion Bursaries [I3512]
Established by the Class of '72: 25th Reunion Fund with the assistance of the Ontario government's OSOTF program to support students who wish to study full-time. Apply to Student Financial Services with a completed Financial Need Assessment Form (N.A.F.) by October 7. Students will be considered for this award automatically once a N.A.F has been submitted by the deadline date. ACCESS AWARD.
Donor(s):
Class of '72: 25th Reunion with matching funding through the Ontario Student Opportunities Trust Fund
Qualification(s): Full-time students with demonstrated financial need. Additionally, students must meet the government-mandated terms for receipt of an OSOTF award (see General Statements on Awards).
Amount: 3 awards of $1,000
David Havoic Bursary [I3087]
Established by the Havoic family, and inspired by the support that Barry Wheeler provided to David Havoic while he was a student at U of G. The bursary will be awarded to the student with the greatest financial need. Apply by October 7th to Student Financial Services with a Financial Need Assessment Form and attach a letter from Student Accessibility Services confirming registration and physical disability.
Donor(s):
Debbie and David Havoic
Qualification(s): Students registered in any program who have a physical disability and are registered with Student Accessibility Services and demonstrate financial need.
Amount: 1 award of $1,000
David R. Leach Memorial Bursary [I3534]
Provided in memory of David R. Leach by his family, with the assistance of the Ontario government's OSOTF program. David entered O.A.C. in 1969 as a member of O.A.C. '73 and graduated with a B.Sc. in Agriculture in 1974. Apply with a completed Financial Need Assessment Form (N.A.F.) to Student Financial Services and a letter from SAS confirming physical disability by October 7. ACCESS AWARD
Donor(s):
Mrs Deborah Leach-Sartor with matching funding through the Ontario Student Opportunities Trust Fund
Qualification(s): Students who are physically disabled as determined by the Student Accessibility Services with demonstrated financial need. Additionally, students must meet the government-mandated terms for receipt of an OSOTF award (see General Statements on Awards).
Amount: 1 award of $1,000
Denis and Patricia Yates Bursary [I3097]
Established by Charlotte Yates in memory of her parents who were strong advocates for the value of education in society. Apply by October 7th to Student Financial Services with a Financial Need Assessment Form. Students will be considered for this award automatically once a N.A.F has been submitted by the deadline date.
Donor(s):
Dr. Malcolm Campbell
Qualification(s): Students registered in any program with demonstrated financial need.
Amount: 1 award of $2,000
Elizabeth Burton Bursaries [I3503]
Mrs. Elizabeth Burton, with the assistance of the Ontario government's OSOTF program, provides bursaries to students with demonstrated financial need. Apply with a completed Financial Need Assessment Form (N.A.F.) to Student Financial Services by October 7. Students will be considered for this award automatically once a N.A.F has been submitted by the deadline date. ACCESS AWARD.
Donor(s):
Mrs. Elizabeth Burton with matching funding through the Ontario Student Opportunities Trust Fund
Qualification(s): Students in second, third or fourth year with demonstrated financial need. Additionally, students must meet the government-mandated terms for receipt of an OSOTF award (see General Statements on Awards).
Amount: Several awards of varying amounts
Gryphon Investment Council Bursaries [I3513]
Established by Gryphon Investment Counsel, with the assistance of the Ontario government's OSOTF program. Apply with a completed Financial Need Assessment Form (N.A.F.) to Student Financial Services by October 7. Students will be considered for this award automatically once a N.A.F has been submitted by the deadline date. ACCESS AWARD
Donor(s):
Gryphon Investment Council Inc. with matching funding through the Ontario Student Opportunities Trust Fund
Qualification(s): Full-time students with demonstrated financial need. Additionally, students must meet the government-mandated terms for receipt of an OSOTF award (see General Statements on Awards).
Amount: 2 awards of $1,500
Guelph Compassionate Health and Dental Bursary [I3061]
This bursary has been established and approved by the Student Health and Dental Committee to assist students facing unforeseen health and dental needs above and beyond the benefits offered through the University of Guelph’s mandatory Student Health Plan, University of Guelph’s Student Dental Plan or comparable personal dental plan. Apply to Student Financial Services, Manager, Student Awards, with: (1) a completed Financial Need Assessment form; (2) a letter from physician or dentist about the required procedure/treatment that indicate the nature of the unforeseen health or dental emergency and it’s impact on the student's studies; (3) cost estimates from the health or dental practitioner identified in the Regulated Health Professions Act/RHPA; (4) physician or dentist contact information; and (5) Insurance coverage – proof that this procedure is not covered under any provincial or private health coverage already, including the Student Health Plan Student. Applications will be reviewed throughout the semester to handle emergencies immediately. If approved for this bursary, a receipt will be required to be returned to our office once the procedure is completed, unless a receipt has been submitted with the application initially. Students may only receive the bursary once per academic year.
Donor(s):
Student Health and Dental Plan Reserve
Qualification(s): Students currently registered at the University of Guelph and/or be enrolled under the University of Guelph mandatory Student Health Plan. The student must require treatment for an unforeseen health and dental emergency, which is not currently or completely covered by the Student Health Plan, Student Dental Plan or comparable personal dental plan, and requires immediate intervention and treatment for which the consequences of not receiving treatment may impact on the student’s academic progress.
Amount: Several awards of various amounts to a maximum of $1,500
Guelph Student Assistance ACCESS Bursaries [I3556]
These bursaries have been established and approved by undergraduate students through student referendum with the aid of the Ontario government's OTSS program to assist undergraduate and University of Guelph campus diploma students in financial need. Preference will be given to students who are not eligible for provincial and/or federal assistance programs such as Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) and/or Canada Student Loan Program (CSLP).Apply to Student Financial Services with a completed Financial Need Assessment Form (N.A.F.) by October 7. Students will be considered for this award automatically once a N.A.F has been submitted by the deadline date. ACCESS AWARD.
Donor(s):
Central Student Association with matching funding through the Ontario Student Opportunities Trust Fund
Qualification(s): Full-time students registered in any degree program with demonstrated financial need. Additionally, students must meet the government-mandated terms for receipt of an OTSS award (see General Statements on Awards).
Amount: Several awards of varying amounts up to $1,000
Guelph Student Assistance Program [I3056]
These bursaries have been established and approved by undergraduate students through student referendum to assist undergraduate and University of Guelph campus diploma students in financial need. Preference will be given to students who are not eligible for provincial and/or federal assistance programs such as Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) and/or Canada Student Loan Program (CSLP).Apply to Student Financial Services with a completed Financial Need Assessment Form (N.A.F.) by October 7.
Donor(s):
Undergraduate Students
Qualification(s): Full-time undergraduate students registered in any degree program with demonstrated financial need.
Amount: Several awards of varying amounts up to $1,000
Helen Mahon Memorial Bursary [I3063]
Established in memory of Helen Mahon, a longtime employee of the University of Guelph and who, following the death of her husband, raised three young children alone, all of whom graduated from university. Apply to Student Financial Services by October 7 with a Financial Need Assessment Form and a statement that indicates you meet the criteria of this bursary. Awarded in the winter.
Donor(s):
Family and Friends of Helen Mahon
Qualification(s): Students registered in any program who come from a family where one parent is deceased.
Amount: 1 award of $500
Howard and Myrtle Rogers Bursaries [I3537]
Provided by the Estate of Howard and Myrtle Rogers, with the assistance of the Ontario government's OSOTF program. Apply with a completed Financial Need Assessment Form (N.A.F.) to Student Financial Services by October 7. Students will be considered for this award automatically once a N.A.F has been submitted by the deadline date. ACCESS AWARD
Donor(s):
The Estate of Howard and Myrtle Rogers with matching funding through the Ontario Student Opportunities Trust Fund
Qualification(s): Students with demonstrated financial need. Preference will be given to students from Wellington County. Students are encouraged to apply for an award in each year of study. The award may have been held in previous years but students must demonstrate on-going financial need. Additionally, students must meet the government-mandated terms for receipt of an OSOTF award (see General Statements on Awards).
Amount: 10 up to $2,000
Indigenous Student Bursary [I3068]
In 2009, the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development established the this Bursary as part of their new Aboriginal post-secondary education funding initiative. These bursaries provide direct support to Aboriginal Students with demonstrated financial need to assist with financing their education. Apply to Student Financial Services by October 7th with a Financial Need Assessment Form and complete the Indigenous Student Bursary application . Selection is based on financial need.
Donor(s):
Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development (MAESD)
Qualification(s): Aboriginal students or students who identify as having Aboriginal identity and/or heritage (self-identification is sufficient) who are registered in any degree, are a resident of Ontario (as defined by OSAP) and have demonstrated financial need.
Amount: several awards ranging in values from $1,000 to $3,500
International Emergency Medical Aid Assistance [I3059]
The University of Guelph provides support to International undergraduate students that are faced with unexpected, or unforeseen financial shortfalls due to a medical issue not covered by UHIP or the Student Dental/Medical insurance plans. Students should apply to the International Student Advisor, in the Centre for International Programs office, by completing an International Student Financial Need Assessment Form (N.A.F.) and submitting documentation to support the medical issue. These bursaries are awarded on an on-going basis.
Donor(s):
University of Guelph
Qualification(s): International students registered in a degree program and have completed a minimum 1.50 credits who have a medical emergency expenses not covered by UHIP or the Student Dental/Medical insurance plans and demonstrated financial need.
Amount: Several awards of varying amounts
Irvine and Grace Black Memorial Bursary [I3051]
Established in memory of Irvine and Grace Black, by friends and family to recognize their many contributions to young people. Irvine, a well-known sheep breeder, was a judge at College Royal and the Royal Winter Fair for over fifty years, and Grace was active in the Women's Institute and the Fergus Fall Fair. Apply to Student Financial Services with a completed Financial Need Assessment Form (N.A.F.) and a letter outlining involvement in the 4-H Club and/or a Women's Institute by October 7.
Donor(s):
Family and friends of Irvine and Grace Black
Qualification(s): Full-time undergraduate students registered in any degree program with demonstrated financial need. Preference will be given to applicants who are, or have been, active in the 4-H Club and/or a Women's Institute.
Amount: 1 award of $500
Ivey Cook Bursaries [I3076]
Apply to SAS using the "New Student Intake Form" and a letter explaining your situation and attach documentation showing the denied provincial funding. Recipients will be selected by the SAS Learning Disabilities Team on a first come first served basis, based on the validity and need for an assessment.
Donor(s):
Suzanne Ivey Cook
Qualification(s): Students who have been denied funding through the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) or their provincial/territorial student aid program who require academic accommodation or support through the Student Accessibility Services (SAS) and who are unable to pay for the required assessment.
Amount: several awards of up to $1,000
John & Margaret Van Loon Family Bursary in Science [I3549]
Established on behalf of the Van Loon Family in honour of parents John & Margaret Van Loon. Apply by October 7 to Student Financial Services, with a completed Financial Need Assessment Form. Students will be considered for this award automatically once a N.A.F has been submitted by the deadline date. ACCESS AWARD
Donor(s):
Mr. Paul Van Loon and Mrs. Lauralene Van Loon
Qualification(s): Students registered in any program in the College of Biological Science or the College of Physical & Engineering Science who have completed a minimum of 2.5 credits. Additionally, students must meet the government-mandated terms for receipt of an OTSS award (see General Statements on Awards).
Amount: 1 award of $1,500
Madison Gough Memorial Bursary [I3103]
Established by the friends and family of Madison Gough, a gentle, kind spirit who was inspired by nature, animals, or music and passionate about acceptance of difference. Apply by October 7th to Student Financial Services with a Financial Need Assessment Form. Students will be considered for this award automatically once a N.A.F has been submitted by the deadline date.
Donor(s):
Bob Gough and Laura Ladouceur
Qualification(s): Students registered in any program who have demonstrated financial need.
Amount: 1 award of $1,000
Mary I. Whitelock Bursaries [I3524]
Apply with a completed Financial Need Assessment Form (N.A.F.) to Student Financial Services by October 7. Students will be considered for this award automatically once a N.A.F has been submitted by the deadline date. ACCESS AWARD.
Donor(s):
Estate of Mary I. Whitelock with matching funding through the Ontario Student Opportunities Trust Fund
Qualification(s): Students with demonstrated financial need. Additionally, students must meet the government-mandated terms for receipt of an OSOTF award (see General Statements on Awards).
Amount: 13 awards of $2,000
Métis Nation of Ontario Bursary [I3092]
The Métis Nation of Ontario has established this bursary to encourage Métis people within Ontario to pursue post-secondary education and to support Métis students in undergraduate programs. Selection will be based on financial need. Apply by October 7th with a completed in-course Financial Need Assessment form and a statement confirming Métis status and include your card number.
Donor(s):
Métis Nation of Ontario
Qualification(s): Students who self-identify as Métis and are not registered as an Indian under the Indian Act or as an Inuk on an Inuit registry are eligible. Applicants may be registered in any program and must meet all academic program requirements.
Amount: 1 award of $1,000
Norma Valeriote International Student Bursaries [I3009]
Preference given to a student from a country of focus as defined by CIDA (Canadian International Development Agency). Apply to the International Student Advisor with a completed Financial Need Assessment Form for International Students.
Donor(s):
Mrs. Norma L. Valeriote
Qualification(s): International students registered in any degree program who have completed a minimum of 4.0 credits and demonstrated financial need.
Amount: Several of varying amounts
Ontario Co-operatives R.P. Forshaw Bursary [I3013]
The Co-operatives, Credit Unions, friends and associates of Prof. R. P. Forshaw have established this bursary. Apply to Student Financial Services with a completed Financial Need Assessment Form (N.A.F.) by October 7 and a letter indicating membership of co-op or credit unions.
Donor(s):
The Co-operatives, Credit Unions, friends and associates of Prof. R.P. Forshaw
Qualification(s): Undergraduate students who have financial need. Preference may be given to candidates who have been or are members of a co-operative or credit union.
Amount: 1 award of $400
Ontario First Generation Bursary [I3062]
The Ministry of Advanced Education & Skills Development (MAESD) established the Ontario First Generation Student Bursary as part of their Access to Opportunities Strategy. A first generation student is an individual whose parents have not attended postsecondary studies full-time or part-time, in or outside Canada, at any time or in any program. Apply by October 7th to Student Financial Services with a completed Financial Need Assessment Form and the First Generation Bursary application form. Selection is based on financial need.
Donor(s):
Ministry of Advanced Education & Skills Development (MAESD)
Qualification(s): Students registered in any program who are first generation students, Ontario residents (as defined by OSAP) and who have demonstrated financial need.
Amount: several awards ranging in values from $1,000 to $3,500
Robert Auger Humanitarian Bursary [I3058]
Established in memory of Bob Auger, a former Associate Registrar at the University of Guelph. It is intended as an emergency fund to assist students who unexpectedly find themselves in difficult financial situation who could benefit from receiving a grocery voucher. To be considered, students must have completed a Financial Aid Assessment form and arrange an appointment with a Financial Aid Counsellor. Appointments can be made by calling 519-824-4120 extension 58715.
Donor(s):
Family and friends of Robert Auger
Qualification(s): Students registered in any degree program with an unexpected financial emergency.
Amount: Several grocery vouchers or book vouchers
Ron Scriver Memorial Bursary [I3547]
Established in memory of Mr. Ron Scriver (1946 - 2005) C.E.P.S B.A. '76, to honour his outstanding 32-year career with the Ontario Universities' Application Centre and his extensive involvement with colleagues throughout the University system. Preference will be given to students registered in the Bachelor of Computing Science Program. Apply with a Financial Need Assessment Form to Student Financial Services by October 7. Students will be considered for this award automatically once a N.A.F has been submitted by the deadline date. ACCESS AWARD.
Donor(s):
Family and Friends of Ron Scriver with matching funding through the Ontario Student Opportunities Trust Fund
Qualification(s): Students registered in any program offered by C.E.P.S with demonstrated financial need. Additionally, students must meet the government-mandated terms for receipt of an OTSS award (see General Statements on Awards).
Amount: 1 award of $2,000
Scotiabank Bursaries [I3532]
Established by Scotiabank, with the assistance of the Ontario government's OSOTF program, to assist students with financial need to continue their studies as full-time students. Distributed in the Winter semester. Apply with a completed Financial Need Assessment Form (N.A.F.) to Student Financial Services by October 7. Students will be considered for this award automatically once a N.A.F has been submitted by the deadline date. ACCESS AWARD.
Donor(s):
Scotiabank with matching funding through the Ontario Student Opportunities Trust Fund
Qualification(s): Full-time students with demonstrated financial need. Additionally, students must meet the government-mandated terms for receipt of an OSOTF award (see General Statements on Awards).
Amount: 2 awards of $1,500
Shirley Endean Bursaries [I3570]
These bursaries were created from gifts from multiple donors, with a leading legacy gift from Ms. Shirley Endean, and with the aid of the OTSS matching program. Apply by October 7 to Student Financial Services, with a completed Financial Need Assessment Form. Students will be considered for this award automatically once a N.A.F has been submitted by the deadline date. ACCESS AWARD
Donor(s):
Estate of Shirley E. Endean & multiple donors with matching funding through the Ontario Trust for Student Support program
Qualification(s): Students registered in any degree program with demonstrated financial need. Additionally, students must meet the government-mandated terms for receipt of an OTSS award (see General Statements on Awards).
Amount: Several awards of varying amounts
Student Financial Services Bursary [I3107]
The University of Guelph offers in-course bursaries to students who have demonstrated financial need. Apply to Student Financial Services, with a completed Financial Need Assessment Form (N.A.F.) by October 7.
Donor(s):
University of Guelph
Qualification(s): Ontario students registered for full-time studies (as defined by OSAP) in a degree program with demonstrated financial need.
Amount: Several awards up to a maximum of $6,000
Uffelmann Connor Family Bursary for Indigenous Students [I3109]
Established by the Uffelmann Connor family in recognition of the important role that education plays in creating opportunities for future success, particularly for this historically under-represented population. Apply by October 7th to Student Financial Services (awards@uoguelph.ca) with a Financial Need Assessment Form and a statement identifying as Indigenous (First Nations, Métis or Inuit).
Donor(s):
Maris Uffelmann and Dean Connor
Qualification(s): Students registered in any program who self-identify with First Nations (Status and non-Status), Metis or Inuit ancestry and who demonstrates financial need.
Amount: 1 award of $1,000
Uffelmann Connor Family First Generation Bursary [I3108]
Established by the Uffelmann Connor family in recognition of the important role that education plays in creating opportunities for future success. Apply by October 7th to Student Financial Services (awards@uoguelph.ca) with a Financial Need Assessment Form and a statement identifying as a first-generation student.
Donor(s):
Maris Uffelmann and Dean Connor
Qualification(s): Students registered in any program who is a first-generation student (First generation students (parents did not attend post-secondary studies, full-time or part-time, in or outside Canada at any time or in any program) registered in any program with demonstrated financial need. and who demonstrates financial need.
Amount: 1 award of $1,000
University of Guelph Access Bursaries [I3522]
Provided by alumni and friends of the University, with the assistance of the Ontario government's OSOTF program, to support students who wish to study full-time but who need financial support to do so. Apply with a completed Financial Need Assessment Form (N.A.F.) to Student Financial Services by October 7. Students will be considered for this award automatically once a N.A.F has been submitted by the deadline date. ACCESS AWARD.
Donor(s):
Alumni and Friend of the University of Guelph with matching funding through the Ontario Student Opportunities Trust Fund
Qualification(s): Full-time students with demonstrated financial need. Additionally, students must meet the government-mandated terms for receipt of an OSOTF award (see General Statements on Awards).
Amount: Several awards of $500, Several awards of $2,000
University of Guelph Alumni Association Access Bursaries [I3523]
Established by the University of Guelph Alumni Association, with the assistance of the Ontario government's OSOTF program, to support students who wish to study full-time but who need financial support to do so. Apply with a completed Financial Need Assessment Form (N.A.F.) to Student Financial Services by October 7. Students will be considered for this award automatically once a N.A.F has been submitted by the deadline date. ACCESS AWARD.
Donor(s):
University of Guelph Alumni Association with matching funding through the Ontario Student Opportunities Trust Fund
Qualification(s): Students registered in any degree program with demonstrated financial need. Additionally, students must meet the government-mandated terms for receipt of an OSOTF award (see General Statements on Awards).
Amount: 1 award of $1,250
University of Guelph International Bursary [I3048]
The University of Guelph provides support to International undergraduate students that are faced with unexpected, or unforeseen financial shortfalls while registered on campus. Students should apply to the International Student Advisor by Nov. 1 for the fall semester; March 1 for the winter semester, and July 2 for the summer semester with a completed International Student Financial Need Assessment Form (N.A.F.). If students have an emergency situation, please contact the International Student Advisor, in Student Life, University Centre, Level 3.
Donor(s):
University of Guelph
Qualification(s): International students registered in a degree program who have competed a minimum of 4.0 credits and are registered in a minimum of 1.5 course credits.
Amount: Several varies
University of Guelph Undergraduate In-Course Bursaries (NON OSAP TSA) [I3047]
The University of Guelph offers in-course bursaries to students who have demonstrated financial need. Apply to Student Financial Services, with a completed Financial Need Assessment Form (N.A.F.) by October 7.
Donor(s):
University of Guelph
Qualification(s): Undergraduate students registered for full-time studies (as defined by OSAP) in a degree program with demonstrated financial need.
Amount: Several awards to a maximum of $2,000
University of Guelph Undergraduate In-Course Bursaries (TSA - UG) [I3037]
The University of Guelph offers in-course bursaries to students who have demonstrated financial need. Apply to Student Financial Services, with a completed Financial Need Assessment Form (N.A.F.) by October 7.
Donor(s):
University of Guelph
Qualification(s): Ontario students registered for full-time studies (as defined by OSAP) in a degree program with demonstrated financial need.
Amount: Several awards up to a maximum of $6,000
University Student Assistance Program [I3057]
These bursaries have been established and approved by the University of Guelph to assist undergraduate and University of Guelph campus diploma students in financial need. Apply to Student Financial Services with a completed Financial Need Assessment Form (N.A.F.) by October 7.
Donor(s):
University of Guelph
Qualification(s): Full-time undergraduate students registered in any degree program with demonstrated financial need. Preference will be given to students who are not eligible for provincial and/or federal assistance programs such as Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) and/or Canada Student Loan Program (CSLP).
Amount: Several awards of various amounts to a maximum of $1,000
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