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News and Dates

  • Cumming School of Medicine Elective Awards

    Deadline: April 1

    Are you entering your second or third year of the MD program? Find out more about the Medical Elective Awards.

  • March Money Smart Workshops

    Money Smart - SU Quality Money ProjectMarch is Fraud Prevention Month and we have two upcoming events that you may be interested in attending: 

    - Wednesday, March 22 from noon to 1 p.m.: Recognizing and avoiding investment fraud - we'll provide the lunch! 
    - Thursday, March 23 from noon  to 1 p.m.: Credit 101 online webinar - learn more about your credit score.

    Make sure you register to reserve your spot!

  • Faculty of Law Awards

    Deadline: May 1

    All continuing and newly admitted law students are encouraged to apply for the Faculty of Law awards. Learn more.

  • Your Tax Forms are now Available

    You can now access all your tax form from your Student Centre. Learn more.

Upcoming Finance Dates

Tuition & Fees

Did you know that online banking is the best and fastest way to pay your fees? Find out how to set up the University of Calgary as a payee for online banking.

Money Smart

Money Smart is a program supported by SU Quality Money.

Through this program you'll find out more about the financial resources available to you including: budgeting, money saving strategies, short and long term financial goal setting and debt management.

We'll also periodically host workshops and provide tips about information relevant to you. March is Fraud Prevention Month, so find out more about common scams targeted at students and tips to help you from becoming a potential victim.

Upcoming Events

  • Wednesday, March 22 from noon to 1 p.m.: Recognizing and avoiding investment fraud - we'll provide the lunch! Presenters from the Alberta Securities Commission (ASC) will share information about investment fraud, what to look for and how to avoid common scams.
  • Thursday, March 23 from noon  to 1 p.m.: Credit 101 online webinar - presented by TransUnion learn about what your credit report contains and how your credit score can affect you.

Awards, Scholarships and Bursaries

Use our award search tool to find the awards, scholarships and bursaries that apply to you and find out about how and when to apply.

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Student Loans

Government student assistance programs (student loans) are available to Canadian citizens, permanent residents, protected persons and American citizens.

Tax and RESP Information

Tax Information

Information and details on how to find and print your student donation tax receipt, T2202A, and T4A.

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Print your Enrolment Verification Letter and find out how to complete your RESP provider’s form.

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