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Financial Aid

Saint Paul University is a recognized institution for Canadian provincial and federal student loans and bursaries (awards based on financial need), as well as those of American institutions. The Financial Aid and Scholarships Office informs students about these options and guides them through the application process, jointly with many government and banking organizations that guarantee loans or provide bursaries. Students may contact Financial Aid to obtain application forms and booklets, or to pick up loan certificates and bursary cheques from federal, Ontario, Quebec and other granting agencies. For details, please contact us by email: financialaid@ustpaul.ca

Saint Paul University Financial Aid Bursaries

Saint Paul University Financial Aid Bursaries are offered to full-time students enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program at Saint Paul University. A committee evaluates the requests received according to the following criteria: financial need or very special circumstances. These bursaries are offered to Canadian citizens, permanent residents and foreign students alike.

In order to qualify for a financial aid bursary, you must meet the following requirements:

Fall/Winter 2014–2015

  • Be registered at Saint Paul University during the 2014–2015 academic year;
  • Be eligible to receive governmental financial aid* and have claimed your funds;
  • Contribute financially towards your studies, as well as having a contribution from parents or spouse, if applicable;
  • Students who wish to apply for the Saint Paul University Financial Aid Bursary must complete the new financial survey available in your student intranet. Once logged into your student intranet account, click on My finances and select Financial Aid, then select On-line Financial Aid Bursary;
  • Demonstrate financial need;
  • Maintain a satisfactory academic standing.

 

Spring/Summer 2014

  • Be registered for a minimum of 9 credits at the undergraduate level or be registered full-time at the graduate level during the Spring/Summer 2014 session;
  • Have received government financial aid* (and have received your funds) during the 2013–2014 academic year;
  • Contribute financially towards your studies, as well as having a contribution from parents or spouse, if applicable;
  • Students who wish to apply for the Saint Paul University Financial Aid Bursary must complete the new financial survey available in your student intranet. Once logged into your student intranet account, click on My finances and select Financial Aid, then select On-line Financial Aid Bursary;
  • Demonstrate financial need;
  • Maintain a satisfactory academic standing.

Fill out the financial survey and submit it online. Paper copies are no longer available.

HINT: If you need assistance to log on to your student intranet account, click on HELP at the bottom left of the intranet login page.

 

The Financial Aid Bursary is available during the following time periods:

SessionDates
Fall/Winter 2014–2015 1 October 2014 – 31 January 2015
Summer 2014 15 May – 14 July 2014



*The 30% off Ontario Tuition Grant (OTG) is not considered government financial aid for the purpose of this bursary.