Financial aid and awards
The Financial Aid and Awards Office assists students and prospective students in seeking and securing financial assistance to enable them to pursue their scholastic objectives.
Graduate and undergraduate students attending Concordia University who are permanent residents or Canadian citizens may be eligible for government student aid from their respective provinces.
Work-Study is designed to assist full-time Concordia University students, who are in financial need, to pursue their academic goals by providing part-time employment on campus. Jobs are available during summer, fall and winter semesters of the current academic year.
The Concordia University Small Grants Program provides financial support up to $1000.00 to full time or part-time students, on a competitive basis, towards special projects meeting specific criteria.
Most scholarships, bursaries, and awards are restricted to full-time students in Bachelor / Baccalaureate programs who are Canadian citizens or Permanent Residents. A limited number of scholarships, bursaries, and awards are open but not necessarily restricted to International Students, or part-time students.
Scholarships, bursaries and awards for graduate students are administered by the Graduate Awards Office at 2145 Mackay St.