Mount Allison student walking on campusMount Allison’s bursary program was established to increase access to post-secondary education and to assist students with demonstrated financial need in completing their studies in a timely manner.

Bursaries are awarded based on demonstrated financial need and are intended to supplement, not replace:

  • a student’s own resources
  • the resources of the applicant’s immediate family
  • the calculated parental contribution as indicated by provincial and/or federal student loans

Financial need is established when a student has demonstrated that their expenses exceed their resources. Priority will be given to students who demonstrate an urgency to purchase food, books, or to pay rent.

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Apply for a University General Bursary for Fall & Winter terms

 The University General Bursary application is now available for Fall and Winter terms. This bursary covers the period between September 1st, 2017 and April 30th, 2018. The deadline date to apply is October 31st, 2017. Please keep in mind this form must be downloaded and completed.   

 

                        
 Senior Citizen Bursary 
Mount Allison also offers a senior citizen bursary for those 65 and older. Find out more in the senior citizen bursary FAQ, or apply through the senior citizen bursary online application.