There is help with the cost of post-secondary education through student loans, grants and other government assistance programs.
Finance your Schooling
Follow our links to important information guiding you through options for government funding.
What is a grant? This is money you don't have to pay back. It can help pay for tuition, books supplies and living expenses.
What is a student loan? This is money you have to pay back. It can help pay for tuition, books supplies and living expenses.
Has your student loan been delayed? Fill out an Application for Tuition and Student Fee Deferral found at: Current Students > Information & Forms > Application for Tuition and Student Fee Deferral
Canada Student Loans and StudentAid BC Bulletins
Effective October 1, 2020, students will be able to apply for the new medical and parental leave, a six-month interest-free and payment-free leave for borrowers who need to take a temporary leave from school for medical reasons, including mental health reasons, or following the birth oradoption of a child. Medical and parental leave can be extended for up to 18 months.
Learn more at the Canada Student Loans Programs
page. To apply, students must submit theirapplication through the National Student Loans Service Center (NSLSC).
For other important Financial Aid Updates including bursary and scholarship information, check out our online bulletin board.