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Financial Assistance Application

Purpose of the Program

To provide financial assistance, which includes the Student Financial Assistance Fund and all Ambrose endowed and annual bursaries, to students of Ambrose University who demonstrate financial need in accordance with the criteria below.

Source of the Funds

The program is funded by donations from individuals who are interested in providing assistance to full-time students who demonstrate financial need.

Criteria

  1. Students must be registered in full-time* (Undergraduate: 9 credits/semester, Seminary: 18 credits/Fall - May) at Ambrose University for the next academic year. New undergraduate students must be planning to register for 9 credit hours or more.
  2. An accurate and complete Financial Assistance application will determine eligibility for assistance reflecting reasonable living expenses.
  3. Returning students must not have any current outstanding balances on their student account.

*Students who have been approved to study at a 40%-course load as a full-time equivalent based on a disability will be considered for full-time awards. (See schedule 4: Federal/Provincial Grant for Post-secondary student with Disabilities)

Student Eligibility Process

  1. Submit the Financial Assistance Application online.
  2. The Financial Aid & Awards Coordinator will allocate donated funds as indicated by the donor and based on a recipient’s eligibility. Funds will be used to cover any outstanding current semester tuition and fees to Ambrose in the Fall and then may be used for personal needs.
  3. Students receiving assistance will be required to repay funds awarded should they withdraw or be asked to withdraw from school.
  4. A student’s level of eligibility for assistance may be affected by continuing and/or external scholarships received.

Deadlines

The deadline to apply is June 1. Funds will be released to student accounts in September following confirmation that student meets the criteria. 

Further Information

If you require more information please contact the:

Financial Aid & Awards Coordinator

Ambrose University, 150 Ambrose Circle SW, Calgary, Alberta T3H 0L5

Telephone: 403-410-2900 Fax: 403-571-2556

E-mail: financialaid@ambrose.edu

Name
Have you received Ambrose financial assistance before?
Marital Status
Resident Status

Please tell us about your living situation:
Program

Please tell us about your program of study:
Next Fall, I will be starting in my
Current Credit Hours September - December (0 if entrance applicant)
Current Credit Hours January - April (0 if entrance applicant)
From the list of endowed awards, please consider me for this specific award
more items
Please list one award per line. Find the full list of awards by clicking here.
Section A: Current Personal Income and Available Funding
$
Amount/month x 8 months
Amount/month x 8 months
Do you receive employee tuition remissions?
For returning students only
$
$
$
$
$
Alberta Student Aid
Did you receive as part of your loan, any of the following grants?
Section B: Ambrose Educational Costs
*this information can be found on your student registration system
Theology/Seminary: $120/course; Arts & Science: $120/course)
*include health care outside of Ambrose student plan
Section C: Allowable Monthly Expenses
Your Household Status:
Section D: Outstanding Educational Debts
Please specify what, and how much is owed.
Declarations
In order to be considered for all bursaries and scholarships, you will need to provide a letter of reference from a leader in your faith community or an Ambrose faculty or staff member. The letter should include a brief description of your faith journey. Please enter the email address of your chosen referent below, and we will send a notice to him or her requesting the letter and explaining what it should contain.
Please tell us why financial assistance would be helpful to you based on your life's circumstances right now.
The personal information collected on or in conjunction with this form is collected under the authority of the Personal Information Protection Act (PIPA), the Statistics Act (Canada) and the Income Tax Act (Canada). It is required to determine your eligibility for financial assistance and bursaries and will be used to contact you regarding programs and services. It will form part of your record as an applicant, student, and alumnus and may be disclosed to academic and administrative units. All other information is considered confidential and will be used and disclosed in accordance with privacy legislation. For more information regarding the collection or use of this information, please contact the Privacy Compliance Officer (403-410-2000 or e-mail privacy@ambrose.edu).