Financial Aid

There are various financial aid programs to assist with paying for school:

  • Student loans and grants
    • Full-time student funding
    • Part-time student funding
  • Adult upgrading grant 
    • English and Math upgrading (ENGU & MATU) classes
    • Adult basic education classes
    • Adult special education classes
  • Awards
  • Bursaries
  • Scholarships

We offer assistance with the following:

  • Applications for funding
  • Advice on policy and processes
  • Impact on student loan funding if you:
    • Withdraw or drop classes
    • Repeat a previously passed course
  • Student loan reassessments and appeals
  • Fee deferrals and emergency loans
  • Advocacy in dealing with StudentAid BC or other government agencies
  • Computer access for online applications and forms
  • Financial planning and budgeting
  • Financial literacy

Financial Aid Advisors are available during drop-in appointments as first-come first-serve for students requesting advising sessions for support with specific issues and questions.

Please bring your photo ID when visiting the Financial Aid Office to protect your privacy and confidentiality. Proof of Social Insurance Number may also be requested for matters pertaining to government student loan funding.

Prior Learning Assessment courses and credits are not eligible for student loans.