Choose to take an Arts degree, and you could get a scholarship that pays you for the privilege of going to university -- maybe even for your whole degree. You may be eligible for scholarships and awards ranging in value from $500 to $25,000 each.
For more information on awards, visit the Office of Student Awards at:
Student Financial Resource Centre
120 Administration Building
University of Alberta
Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2J7
Loans, Bursaries and Scholarships
Managing Your Money
- ONEcard Office Better than cash when it comes to utilizing photocopiers and laser printers on campus.
- Financial Planning Canadian site with extensive links to a variety of topics, including investing basics, frugal living and taxes.
- Quicktax Do your taxes online!
- Alberta Government Services/Consumer Information Centre The Consumer Information Centre investigates claims of unfair or unreasonable business practices.
- Cheapskate Monthly Online Tips on how to reduce your expenditures. Particularly useful for students.
- Debt-Free Graduate A site dedicated to providing financial advice for the Canadian student. Everything from tips on summer employment to ways to make your money last. An extensive site.
- Walletproof A free application for tracking and managing your finances—accessible from anywhere you can get on the Internet.
- The Dollar Stretcher Living better for less, including recipes, fashion, transportion, etc.