Upcoming payment deadline

Jan. 29 is the deadline to pay tuition and fees for winter 2021

Important dates

Personalized financial planning help

Looking for more personalized financial help? One-on-one financial planning support appointments are available on Feb. 22. Limited times are available so book your spot soon.

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Your money

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New bursary for full-time students

The Tuition Reinvestment Bursary is designed to help full-time students with demonstrated financial need.

View the eligibility criteria »

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Winter 2021 general fees

Campus Recreation, Athletics and UPASS charges aren't being charged for Winter 2021. If you've had these fees assessed and paid them, you'll have had the fees reversed. If the reversal resulted in a credit on your student account, the credit will automatically apply to winter term fees, or you can request a refund through Student Centre.

Refund how-to guide »

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Winter loan disbursement

If you applied for government student aid for winter 2021 and your loan has been confirmed, you can expect funds to be in your personal bank account the week of January 4. Remember to initiate your tuition fee payment through online banking before Jan. 29 (the fee payment deadline). 

Learn more »

Funding your education

You'll likely use a variety of sources to cover the costs of attending university. This might include awards, scholarships, bursaries, RESPs, money from your family, a part-time job or student loans. 

Tuition and Fees

Learn about the mandatory and optional costs that are included in your tuition and general fees. 

Your tuition and fees

Awards and Scholarships

A variety of scholarships and bursaries are available to UCalgary students, both through the university and from external sources.

About awards and scholarships

Student Loans

Government student loans and grants are available to Canadian citizens and permanent residents who are studying full- or part-time. You'll apply through your home province or territory of residence.  

More about student loans

Wondering how much your degree will cost? Create a customized estimate with our online cost estimator.