Find information about student loans, scholarships, and other awards.
Attending college provides new opportunities, but it can also bring new expenses including tuition, books, and day-to-day living costs. Our goal is to make sure these expenses do not become a barrier to your education. We will work with you to find the right funding option.
Many potential sources of financial support require application processes that take six to eight weeks from the time you first apply until you actually have money in the bank. These processes often require that you provide detailed information about school, living expenses, sources of income support and personal resources so it's important to plan ahead.
Interested in sponsoring/paying for a student to attend MHC?
Contact FinAidInfo@mhc.ab.ca for details.
Emergency Funding (Credit Students)
Medicine Hat College has Emergency Funding available for eligible students. Emergency funding is defined as an unexpected expense or challenge that cannot be addressed by usual or existing funding sources (e.g. Student Loan, Alberta Works, Food Bank, etc.) Please note this funding may be available once all other resources have been exhausted. Click the button below to access the application form and email, then email the completed form to FinAidInfo@mhc.ab.ca with Emergency Funding in the subject line.
Grassroots Bursary (Non-Credit Students)
Medicine Hat College has a bursary available for eligible students with financial need taking non-credit courses that are for the purpose of increasing education or career enhancing opportunities. This tuition credit may assist with your course fees (up to a maximum of $500). If you feel you may be eligible, please complete the fillable PDF application and email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Eligible CS courses and/or programs include:
- Certificate Programs
- Business / Leadership / GED
- Computers & Technology
- Industry & Trades
- Online Safety Training
- Online Courses & Certificates
Contact Financial Aid
The Financial Aid Office is located on the main floor of the Centre Core building, beside the Employment & Career Centre.
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.