Another academic year is ahead of us and there’s one main thought on everyone’s mind: Money. University or College is a wonderful experience and a great asset. However, it’s no secret that each year tuition and fees keep growing. That’s why we devised five top tips to help you save as a student and take […]
According to the 2011 TD Canada Trust Student Finances Survey, 58% of Canada’s post-secondary students feel either anxious (34%) or stressed (24%) when they think about how they are going to pay their way through school.
With tuition costs rising, students look to various funding sources including scholarships, bursaries, paid employment, government student loans, and student-run credit unions. In addition to (or instead of) these funding options, students can consider a student line of credit.