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Funding and Scholarship Programs

British Columbia Grant

The BC Grant was introduced in 1987 as one of a number of recommendations from a review of student financial assistance in British Columbia. Grant funding is available to eligible students in high financial need, who are enrolled in their first 136 weeks of full-time post-secondary study. Eligible students are those with assessed need in excess of $105 per week of study.

Students attending private training schools are not eligible for the BC Grant. To be considered for a grant you must first be eligible for a Canada Student Loan. For more information on B.C. student loans or grants contact:

British Columbia Student Services Branch
Advanced Education, Training and Technology
2nd Floor, 1106 Cook Street
Victoria, British Columbia, V8V 3Z9
Tel: (250) 387-6100

Lower Mainland
P.O. Box 9173
Station Provincial Government
Victoria, British Columbia, V8W 9H7
Tel: 1 (800) 561-1818 (in British Columbia)
Fax: (250) 356-9455
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