A post-secondary education is one of the most important investments you'll ever make. It's a fairly significant expense, but the return on your investment will pay off huge dividends.
For many students, starting post-secondary is their first chance to independently manage their money. But setting up and sticking to a budget can be challenging, especially if you've never done it before. If you are looking for help, advisors in the Office of the University Registrar are available to guide you through the process.
There are several financial resources available to help you finance your education.
Student loans: If you're a full-time or part-time student, you can apply for student loans through the province in which you live. Loaned funds must be repaid.
Grants: Provincial and federal grants are also available to full-time and part-time students.
Scholarships, awards and bursaries: Scholarships are based on academic performance. Awards are based on criteria such as volunteerism or leadership, and may take academic achievement or financial need into account. Bursaries are awarded based on financial need.
Find out more about all these options on our Fees and Financial Information pages.