How Can I
Afford Redeemer?


A university-level education is an investment in your future - but it doesn't have to break the bank. Scroll on to learn how the many forms of financial aid put Redeemer within reach for any student.

What does Redeemer Cost?

* for the 2017-18 academic year

$16,382 CAD

Tuition

$7,370 CAD

Housing + Food Plan

$554 CAD

Fees

What will I actually pay?

The vast majority of students receive financial aid putting Redeemer within reach.

87%
of our students received

$7.2M

in financial aid in 2017


$3,783*
average tuition actually paid

* Average tuition paid is based on 2016-17 costs less average assistance received through institutional, government and on-campus employment resources.

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Scholarships & Bursaries

Money awarded to you based on your accomplishments and/or financial need.

What's Available?
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Government Grants (You Keep)

Government funding that you receive, based on financial need (for those that qualify).

How much can I keep?
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Government Loans (You Repay)

Government funding that you borrow, based on financial need (for those that qualify).

How much can I borrow?

On-campus Employment

A great way to pay for books, keep the car on the road, save to study for a semester abroad, or have a little extra spending money. Earn while you learn for 7-10 hrs per week (student maximum). There are opportunities in:

  • The Main Office
  • The Athletic Centre
  • Campus Services
  • The Library
  • IT Department
  • Marketing & Communications

...and many other departments!

$2,000

Average student income during the school year

Financial Aid Scenarios

Here’s how some typical students have been able to pay for their Redeemer education. All of these students have taken a full-time course load for two semesters. The examples given represent real situations, however the names are fictitious.

Rebecca

An Ontario student who received a total of $23,920 in funding:

icon On-campus job $1,995
icon Board of Governor's Scholarship $3,600
icon Christian University Bursary $1,500
icon Government Financial Assistance $16,825
Total $23,920
Micah

An Ontario student living at home, who received a total of $17,878 in financial aid:

icon Honours Scholarship $1,800
icon Christian University Bursary $1,000
icon Government Financial Assistance $9,978
icon Student Line of Credit $5,000
icon Interest Relief Bursary $100
Total $17,878
Elizabeth

A student from BC who received a total of $18,430 in funding:

icon On-campus job $2,250
icon Board of Governor's Scholarship $3,600
icon Community Award (External) $500
icon Government Financial Assistance $12,080
Total $18,430
Neil

A student from New York State who received a total of $14,850 in financial aid:

icon On-campus job $2,750
icon American Student Bursary $4,000
icon Presidential Scholarship $2,600
icon Direct loan (USD) $5,500
Total $14,850

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