In Canada, the federal and provincial governments jointly administer financial assistance through the Canada Student Loans Program. Bond University is a recognised institution within this program, and so, you may be eligible to receive an interest-free loan. You will need to be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident and be enrolled in at least 60% of a full-time study load in a degree, diploma or certificate program.
How to apply
To get approved for a student loan, follow these steps:
- Apply online via the approved loan provider in your province (listed below), providing any requested documents.
- If your application is successful, you will receive a Certificate of Eligibility (COE). Depending on the province you apply in, you may also receive a Program Information Form and/or a Confirmation of Enrolment Form, which you can email to [email protected] for processing.
- Funds will be paid to you via cheque or EFT once your COE has been processed.
Student loan providers
Integrated loans (combined federal/provincial):
Please note that students from British Columbia can submit their Appendix 3 application form online.
Students from Ontario will need to submit a scanned OSAP Program Information form via email to the Bond Financial Aid office at [email protected].
Non-integrated loans (separate provincial loans):
When applying in Alberta, please provide our Financial Aid office with your loan approval letter and Confirmation of Registration worksheet via email at [email protected].
Provincial and territorial loans only:
Federal loan only: