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Provincial Funding Agencies

AU is aware that BC Student Aid is not expected to have their 2020-2021 application systems open until early to mid-July. Please ensure you submit a Student Financial Aid Course Registration Plan by the June 30th published deadline and apply for your student aid as soon as the application systems become available.

Step 1: Apply for Student Financial Assistance

Step 2: Submit the Course Registration Plan


July 31, 2020

for the start date of

October 1, 2020

Your completion of the two steps above will initiate critical processes including completion of Provincial or Territorial program information forms and confirmation of enrolment forms by AU and your funding agency.

To learn more about government loans from your own province or territory please select from the provincial funding list below. Each site outlines the information needed to apply for funding as well as information specific to your situation.

To determine which province to apply for funding, choose the last province you lived in for 12 consecutive months while not a full time post-secondary student.

Alberta – Student Aid Alberta

British Columbia – Student Aid BC

Manitoba – Manitoba Student Aid

New Brunswick – Student Financial Services

Newfoundland – Newfoundland and Labrador Student Financial Assistance

Northwest Territories – Student Financial Assistance

Nova Scotia – NS Student Assistance

Nunavut – Financial Aid for Nunavut Students

Ontario – Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP)

Prince Edward Island – Student Financial Assistance

Quebec – Financial Aid for Students

Saskatchewan – Student Financial Assistance

Yukon – Student Financial Assistance

Updated June 22 2020 by Student & Academic Services

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