Ready to apply for financial aid?
Here’s a summary of availability, deadlines, and terms and conditions. Please read the following information carefully and visit the Scholarships and Bursaries page for more details on each award.
You only need to fill out a Financial Aid Application Form once to apply for a bursary and endowed award.. These awards are available in Fall and Winter terms only—not summer. You must make your application for a specific term. You will be considered for all available types of financial aid that you are eligible for when you are admitted.
To be considered for the full range of available financial aid, you must submit your application by the following deadlines:
March 1 – Fall term only, or for Fall and Winter term together
August 1 – Winter term only
Note for new students: Your application for admission must be complete by the above deadlines with all supporting documents. Applications received after these deadlines may be considered for bursaries only, subject to available funds. You may submit your Financial Aid application at any time after submitting your Admissions application, but you can only be eligible for an award once you have been admitted.
Terms and Conditions
You must complete a minimum of 9 on-campus credit hours in each term that you receive an award. Courses taken for audit, by distance education, and at other institutions do not qualify. You may also be considered for Regent College bursaries if you are registered for:
- 7.5 credit hours in Fall and in Winter, with one of your courses being Supervised Ministry;
- 6 credit hours of a thesis or an IPIAT in a Fall or Winter term; or
- any number of credit hours in Fall and Winter, provided these are the last credits needed to complete your program, and provided you were full-time in the previous academic year (September to August).
You may not defer an award to a later term.
The funds from scholarships and bursaries are for tuition expenses only. Funds will be credited to your student account in the Fall or Winter term on the day that fees are due.
Scholarships and bursaries may be automatically renewed from term to term or from year to year, provided you are not under academic probation and your financial situation does not change.
If you have received a credit tuition benefit (i.e. Spousal 50% Credit Benefit, Parachurch 50% Credit Benefit, or an Employee 100% Credit Benefit), and if you are on academic probation, you are not eligible to receive a scholarship or bursary. This restriction does not apply, however, if you are receiving an audit tuition benefit (e.g. Spousal 100% Audit Benefit).
- You will need your Regent WebLogin information to log in. (You will receive your account information once you submit an application for admission). The application does not need to be completed in one sitting. Note that all dollar amounts must be given in Canadian funds.
- You may wish to include a cover letter, although this is not required (one cover letter is sufficient). The Financial Aid Committee will use your personal statement submitted with your admission application to determine if you are eligible for financial aid. If you feel the statement does not adequately address your current situation, please email a cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org with additional details.
- If applying for endowed awards, check every box that applies to you. Pay attention to any additional documents that you are required to submit (by email or mail) for specific awards.
- Print a copy of the last section of the form and mail the signed copy to our office, addressed to the Financial Aid Officer:
Attn: Financial Aid Officer
5800 University Boulevard
Vancouver, BC V6T 2E4
Please contact the Financial Aid Officer (email@example.com) with any questions or concerns.
For an application package in paper form, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1.800.663.8664 or 604.224.3245.
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