Do you collect Aeroplan® Miles or TD points? Now you can use your points to help pay for school!
Tuesday, 29 March 2016
When I was a kid my family took a lot of road trips. On these trips it was often the detours that led to the best adventures; a hidden ice cream shop or picnic area, a water park, strange roadside attractions…
Like any good road trip, your education may take a detour as well. Some detours are unexpected, yet necessary, like taking time off for health or family reasons. Others are a conscious choice, like taking a break from school for a job or travel opportunity you just can’t pass up.
Detours in your education can affect your eligibility for certain funding programs. Here are some important things to know if you’re approaching a potential detour.
Friday, 12 February 2016
Maintaining program eligibility for full-time student loans shouldn't be a mystery. If your target student population is relying on student loans to fund their education, these are the important factors of program eligibility worth considering before making major changes and potentially losing that funding source.
Wednesday, 3 February 2016
Here at the RRU Financial Aid & Awards Blog we’re all about financial planning. Making a good income is, of course, a big part of any financial plan, which is why we’re excited to announce RRU’s annual Career Development Day.
Students are invited to attend this daylong event on Wednesday February 10, 2016 at Royal Roads University. The day will include presentations, panel discussions, a career fair with over 30 employers, and plenty of networking opportunities.
Thursday, 21 January 2016
RRU's Financial Aid & Award team has targeted these major Doctoral research scholarships for which we will provide application and administrative support. There are lots of other scholarships out there and you can find them through following tips in this blog. Please contact those agencies directly with any questions. They’re the experts regarding their funding program.
Tuesday, 12 January 2016
Wednesday, 23 September 2015
The Food Bank is a Student Services initiative that serves our most vulnerable students on campus. Students may visit the Food Bank as often as needed, no questions asked, and may take as much food as they like (within reason).