Seniors Bursary

  • covers the tuition charge related to your course(s) or program
  • available to Canadian/Permanent Resident students
  • age 65 or older on the first day of term

How to claim the bursary:

  • enrol in a course or a graduate program
  • bursary amount will appear as Anticipated Aid on your student account in Quest two business days after you enrol
  • pay for any other fees charged to your student account (for incidental non-tuition fees associated with taking a course on-campus)
  • complete the Promissory Note process on Quest by the term due date 
  • bursary will be applied to your student account balance during the second month of term, provided you are Fees Arranged

Paying your Tuition?

If you have an account at a bank in Canada, the best way to pay your student fees is by bank payment.  If that isn’t possible, we can also accept a certified cheque, money order, or bank draft from a Canadian bank.

To make an international tuition payment, use one of our approved international payment options. These services are convenient, cheaper than a traditional wire transfer, and post quickly to your student account.  You can also pay in the currency of your choice and get a competitive exchange rate.

Don’t forget to check the date tuition is due to avoid late fees and account holds.