Tuition tax receipts

T2202 tuition tax forms are now available in your Student Centre. T4A scholarship tax slips will be available Feb. 22.

Important dates

Need help applying for scholarships?

You should book an appointment to meet with an advisor at the Student Success Centre. They can help you identify scholarship opportunities and assist you with navigating the application processes. 

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Your money

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New bursary for full-time students

The Tuition Reinvestment Bursary is designed to help full-time students with demonstrated financial need.

View the eligibility criteria »

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Scholarship workshop on Feb. 25

Looking for scholarships to help fund your degree? On Feb. 25, this workshop will show you how to find major institutional, national, and international awards and explain the basic components of the application process.

Register to attend »

2020 tax forms

2020 tax forms

Education and Tuition Tax receipts (T2202) for the 2020 calendar year are now available to print in Student Centre. T4A scholarship tax slips will be available Feb. 22. 

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Undergraduate awards excess payments

Undergraduate awards excess payments will be refunded by Feb. 25 via direct deposit, which is submitted through your Student Centre (

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Funding your education

You'll likely use a variety of sources to cover the costs of attending university. This might include awards, scholarships, bursaries, RESPs, money from your family, a part-time job or student loans. 

Tuition and Fees

Learn about the mandatory and optional costs that are included in your tuition and general fees. 

Your tuition and fees

Awards and Scholarships

A variety of scholarships and bursaries are available to UCalgary students, both through the university and from external sources.

About awards and scholarships

Student Loans

Government student loans and grants are available to Canadian citizens and permanent residents who are studying full- or part-time. You'll apply through your home province or territory of residence.  

More about student loans

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