• Scholarships, Bursaries & Awards

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      Financial Aid and Awards Workshops

      Money management, how to apply for awards, and more!

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    Student Loans & Grants

    • Students enrolled in eligible programs can apply for a variety of government assistance, including student loans and grants.  These forms of funding are offered to both full-time and part-time students.

    • What is considered full-time studies?

      BC Residents: students who are enrolled in at least 60% of a full-time courseload in a student loan eligible program are considered to be studying full-time for student loan and grant purposes.  At Capilano University, this means in a minimum of 9 credits at the 100-level or higher (15 credits is considered to be a 100% courseload).  Your courseload cannot include any courses for which you have previously received credit (no repeat courses).  Note: students with a recognized permanent disability (who have been approved through StudentAid BC) must be enrolled in a minimum full-time courseload of 40% (6 credits).   

      Out of Province Residents: Definitions for full-time studies vary for each province and territory.  To determine the definition for your province of residence, please go to the appropriate student loans website.  For a listing of these websites, see the Out of Province Funding (Full Time & Part Time) page.  

      What is considered part-time studies?

      BC Residents: students who are enrolled in 3 - 8.75 credits at the 100-level or higher in an eligible program at Capilano University are considered to be studying part-time for student loan and grant purposes.  Note: students with a recognized permanent disability (who have been approved through StudentAid BC) who are enrolled in a minimum of 6 credits can be considered to be studying full-time; to discuss your options, please contact us.  

      Out of Province Residents: Definitions for part-time studies vary for each province and territory.  To determine the definition for your province of residence, please go to the appropriate student loans website.  For a listing of these websites, see the Out of Province Funding (Full Time & Part Time) page.  



    • Loans and Grants for BC Residents

      Loans and Grants for Out of Province Residents

      Program Eligibility Status (coming soon)

      Student Lines of Credit (coming soon)


      Please note

      Loans and grants offered by Canadian governments are available to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and Landed Immigrants.  If you belong to a different student group, please see our International Students page.