Book an Appointment
If you need help booking an appointment or if you have questions, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 587-393-3131
to set up a phone or video appointment.
Tuition and Fees Cost Estimator
Use the Cost Estimator to determine your finances to attend Bow Valley College. Select your program, estimate your monthly expenses and sources of income, and the app will determine if you have sufficient funds.
Financial aid advising
You can meet with a Financial Aid Advisor for assistance with your student loan.
You can see a financial coach for budget, banking, credit, debt, and savings advice. Click here for more information.
Student loans and grants
If you’re a full-time or part-time student taking a post-secondary career certificate or diploma program, you may be eligible for Canada or Alberta government loans and grants. For information and to apply, go to studentaid.alberta.ca.
To register for a Student Loan Information Session, please email email@example.com.
Student loan information sessions
For detailed information about student loans please attend one of our student loan information sessions, offered bi-weekly. Click here for more information.
Frequently asked questions
For Financial Aid (i.e. Student Loans and Grants) FAQs, click here.
If you’re a First Nations, Métis, or Inuit student, you may be eligible for funding. We have more information available here. Or you can visit the Government of Canada website to find out more.
Student line of credit
Contact your bank directly to find out more about getting a line of credit.
Third party sponsorship
Financial help from other sources is called third-party sponsorship and includes parents, employers, bands, associations, churches, and other groups. This is an option for both full-time and part-time students.
Windmill Microlending can provide loans of up to $10,000 to pay for the Canadian licensing or training you need to get back to your field of work in Canada. This is an option for both full-time and part-time students. Visit windmillmicrolending.org for more information.
Matched savings program
If you qualify for the Matched Savings Bursary program, you can save up to $50 per month for four months, and receive a maximum bursary of $600 to spend on some education-related expenses, including:
- Tuition and fees
- Books and supplies
- Childcare costs while in school
- Computer, laptop, or iPad
- Debt repayment
Once you’re part of the program, you’ll also attend money management workshops to learn useful personal finance skills.
Apply at bowvalleycollege.ca/awards.