Do you have questions about your finances?

Make an appointment with Money Smart's financial advisor to receive one-on-one support on topics such as budgeting, credit, debt management, and more.

The next date when you can book an appointment is Feb. 21 from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Important dates

Did you receive a scholarship last year? Download your T4A now.

It’s tax time and the university is making it easy to find your forms. Download your 2019 T4A by logging in to your Student Centre (my.ucalgary.ca). To access your T4A, click “view my T4/T4A” under “Quick Links.”

For more information, contact the Integrated Service Centre at 403-220-8800 or hr@ucalgary.ca.

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This is not a scam

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Join Money Smart for a lunch and learn titled This is Not a Scam on March 3. You'll learn how to detect fraud, report scams and how to protect yourself from fraudsters.

Register for This is Not a Scam »

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Budgeting tool

Want to create a budget but now sure where to start? You should check out the Government of Canada's customizable online budget calculator.

Try out the budget calculator for yourself »

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Student peer assistance bursary

Awards, scholarships and bursaries

This bursary is available for students with demonstrated financial need who have exhausted all of their resources. Apply by April 29.  

Learn more »


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

Wondering how much your degree will cost? Create a customized estimate with our online cost estimator.