If you are a Canadian citizen, please fill out the 2019-2020 Canadian Financial Aid Form and return it to the Financial Aid Office by April 1.
Assistance for Canadian students includes academic and activity scholarships, the Institutional Grant, Distance Grant, Alumni Grant, Century Need-Based Scholarship, Heritage 21 Grant, Heritage 21 Loan, Canadian Grant Program, and the Dordt College Student Employment Program. For more information on these programs, see the Financial Aid website.
The Canadian Grant Program is offered by Dordt University to assist Canadian students by providing an allowance based on information provided in this form and the current exchange rate.
The Student Employment Program provides an opportunity for Canadian students to earn spending money during the school year. Total earnings depend on the number of hours the student is able to work. The application for employment should be completed and returned by June 1, 2019 in order to be included in the first round of placement.
All students should contact their provincial government for information on Canadian loans and grants. A list of the departments to contact can be found on our Canadian Financial Aid Form.