April 15, 2021
Last day of classes | Last day to withdraw from a course
April 19, 2021
Start of final exams
April 29, 2021
End of final exams
May 5, 2021
First day of spring intersession classes
May 11, 2021
Last day to add or swap a course | Last day to drop a class without financial penalty | End of refund period
May 14, 2021
Tuition and fee payment deadline
May 24, 2021
Victoria Day (university closed)
May 31, 2020
Spring convocation begins
June 4, 2021
Spring convocation ends
June 17, 2021
Last day of spring classes | Last day to withdraw from a course
June 21, 2021
Spring final exams begin
June 23, 2021
Spring final exams end
Need help applying for scholarships?
You should book an appointment to meet with an advisor at the Student Success Centre. They can help you identify scholarship opportunities and assist you with navigating the application processes.
Interested in one-on-one financial planning help?
Register for an appointment on April 23 to receive one-on-one support about any financial literacy topic you're interested in discussing. This includes budgeting, saving, establishing credit and debt management.
2020 tax forms
Education and Tuition Tax receipts (T2202) for the 2020 calendar year and T4A scholarship tax slips are available to print in Student Centre.
Get Money Smart with online financial literacy training
Learn about budgeting and cash flow in this online training program. Completing all four modules to earn a Financial Literacy Basics badge to display on your LinkedIn profile and you'll also be entered into a prize draw.
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.
Awards and Scholarships
A variety of scholarships and bursaries are available to UCalgary students, both through the university and from external sources.
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.