March is fraud prevention month

Keep yourself safe from fraud. Find out how you can spot and avoid it, and where to report it.

Important dates

It’s tax time

Your T2202A tuition tax receipt is now available in your Student Centre. You can access it by visiting my.ucalgary.ca. 

Did you receive a scholarship in 2018? If so, your T4A is also ready to be downloaded in your Student Centre.

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Your money

Money Smart workshops

Protect yourself from fraud

Registrar | Money Smart
Join us March 21 for Fraud Protection: Fraud 101, the next Money Smart financial literacy workshop. Learn what fraud is, the signs of victimization, and what to do if fraud occurs.

Register for a Money Smart workshop »

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Get in on That $10 Ticket Thing

Under the Arch 
Did you know your Unicard can get you in to a show at Alberta Theatre Project for only $10? Sounds like a great way to hide from the polar vortex…

Check out upcoming shows at Alberta Theatre Projects »

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Need help with your taxes?

Students’ Union

The SU Volunteer Services Tax Program is run by volunteers who are all CRA trained and is specifically designed to help low income individuals. The clinic is open from Monday, Feb. 25 to Friday, April 5, in the East Clubs Area.

SU Volunteer Tax Clinic »


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.