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Financial Support

We’re committed to making a quality education accessible to deserving students. In addition to our scholarships and awards, the bursaries and financial support options below can help you with tuition costs. First, review our Scholarships and Awards page to see what you’re eligible for. 

Canada Student Loans 

Booth University College has been designated as an eligible institution under the Canada Student Loan Act (Institutional Code – DPAP). Financial assistance may be available to those who qualify. Application forms may be secured from the Minister of Education, Student Aid Branch, in the relevant province. Canada Student Loans are open to all legal residents of Canada for application to Booth University College. Students are urged to make early application. For more information, please visit the Government of Canada’s CanLearn website.

Manitoba and Out-of-province student aid recipients are also subject to the fee payment deadlines. Any disbursements received will be automatically paid towards the tuition owing for the semester. Any remaining funds will be forwarded to the student.

United States Student Loans

Booth University College is approved as an eligible institution for the U.S. Department of Education Federal Student Aid (Federal School Number G25772). Go to the Federal Student Aid page to learn more.

Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC)’s Post-Secondary Student Support Program (PSSSP)

The Government of Canada offers financial assistance to eligible First Nation and Inuit students pursuing post-secondary education. Visit the Government website for more information.

Tuition Discount for Senior Learners

Learners 65 years of age or older may, upon presentation of proof of age, enrol in Booth University College courses for credit or audit without paying tuition. Standard course fees apply and a $50.00 per course administration fee is assessed and payable on enrolment. A maximum of 15% enrollment in any course will be comprised of such tuition-free learners. Such seats are allotted on a first come first served basis after all fee-paying students are enrolled in a course.

Tuition Waiver Program

The Tuition Waiver Program through Futures Forward provides the opportunity for current and former youth in Child and Family Services care in Manitoba to attend post-secondary education. You must be accepted to Booth University College in order to apply for a Tuition Waiver and its associated funding. Tuition Waiver Program recipients may be eligible to apply for Living Supports to cover the costs of books and supplies, transportation and housing while attending school, so you can focus on your studies. For more information visit the Futures Forward website.

Booth University College offers this waiver on a limited basis. However, submitting your application may help us to identify other scholarships and awards to help meet your tuition needs. Follow these steps to apply for the Tuition Waiver Program.

1. Apply to Booth University College by March 31. Go to myboothuc.ca to create a profile and submit your online application. 

2. Fill out Booth University College’s Tuition Waiver Form and email it to lhildebrand@yesmb.ca by March 31.

Bursaries

We’re committed to enhancing accessibility for deserving students who lack adequate financial resources. Bursaries are available to returning students by submitting your application online or in-person. 

Manitoba Scholarship and Bursary Initiative

We’re proud to partner with the Province of Manitoba in the Manitoba Scholarship and Bursary Initiative (MSBI). This means our students can access more bursary money to help pay for course tuition fees. Canadian or permanent resident students who are able to demonstrate financial need are invited to apply through the Booth UC Bursary form. To be eligible, your application (including approximated budget) must be submitted by 4 p.m. on the following dates:

  • July 31 – for funding in the Fall semester
  • November 15 – for funding in the Winter semester
  • March 31 – for funding in the Spring semester
  • May 15 – for funding in the Summer semester

These bursaries are non-renewable. Each semester, students may apply for a bursary.

*Students must maintain a full-time equivalency enrolment status in order to qualify for bursary consideration

**Students must enrol in 6 credit hours (minimum) in order to qualify for a bursary in the Spring and Summer semesters

Scholarships & Awards

Remember to review our scholarships and awards page to see what you’re eligible for. 

Questions?

Our Admissions team is happy to answer questions or help you with financial planning for your Booth education. 

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