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Steven K. Hudson BBA/iBBA Entrance Award


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The Steven K. Hudson BBA Entrance Award is given to a Year 1 BBA/iBBA student who has achieved first class standing (A) in their senior year of high school and has shown strong entrepreneurial achievements. The recipient must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, an Ontario resident and demonstrate financial need. Steven (BBA ?81) and Sharon Hudson have established this award. Steven Hudson is a strong supporter of the York Community.

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