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Ambrose Student Council provides several ways for our students to participate in the community as well as many benefits for being a part of the student body. This page is dedicated to ensuring that our students have access to information about what clubs are one campus, the health plan, information about student fees and resources set to help you succeed including links to financial aid and mental health resources. Our goal is to be a useful resource for you, our student body.

CLUBS

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Health Plan Details

You will be automatically enrolled in the health and dental plan if:

  1. Undergrad – in a degree program and registered in a minimum of 9 credit hours
  2. Graduate/Seminary – in a degree program and registered in 1 or more credit hours.

The cost of the plan for the 2021-2022 Policy Year (September 1, 2021 to August 31, 2022) is: $450.00. For more information including coverage, forms and documents, and support please visit www.studentvip.ca

The opt-out period opens on September 8, 2021 and opt-out submissions are due by October 22, 2021. Please note that you will need to provide proof of comparable coverage in order to opt-out. You can submit your opt-out request online via www.studentvip.ca when the opt-out period opens. 

If you have any questions or concerns, please connect with your student council:

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Financial Aid

This page is dedicated to providing you with links that will provide you with resources for Financial Aid.

One of the resources that the Ambrose Student Council provides for the student body is a benevolence fund in case of emergency. This fund was created to support students struggling financially and to help relieve financial pressure during their time studying at Ambrose. 

To be Eligible for the Benevolence Fund a student must be:

  1. A current Ambrose student (also including students onSite, internship, etc.)
  2. Experiencing some sort of recognizable emergency situation (i.e. serious illness or death in the family).
  3. The maximum amount a student may receive is $1,500 per school year. 
  4. Certain expenses will not be covered: tuition, books, vehicle needs, luxury items, or entertainment.

If you have any questions about this fund and if it is applicable to you, contact our VP Finance at ASCFinance@ambrose.edu.

FINANCIAL AID RESOURCES

Mental Health Resources

This page is dedicated to connecting you to resources to ensure that you succeed at Ambrose, not only academically but emotionally and spiritually.

Ambrose Counselling Services

For more information on services offered or to book an appointment with one of our wonderful on campus counsellors you can visit https://ambrose.edu/counselling

Wellness Apps

Download our favourite mental health apps in either the Apple App Store for iOS or in Google Play for Android.