Financial Assistance

Financial aid may be available for qualifying full-time and part-time students. Review the information below to see what financial aid best suits you.


The Government of New Brunswick and the Government of Canada work together to provide student financial assistance. Loans, grants and bursaries are available to help you access and pay for post-secondary education. With one application, you will be considered for student financial assistance from both the Government of New Brunswick and the Government of Canada.

To apply or for information, contact:

Student Financial Services


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If you’d like financial assistance, you are encouraged to apply for as many awards, bursaries and scholarships as you are eligible for. Here is a list of some funding opportunities:

NBCC Foundation Awards
The New Brunswick Community College Foundation Inc. supports as many students as funding allows. Financial assistance in the form of bursaries, scholarships and awards are available to NBCCD students.

For further information see:

Sheila Hugh Mackay Foundation – NBCCD Bursary
Awarded to a student in the Advanced Studio Practice Program, the recipient must demonstrate proven skills in craft or design and exemplify excellence in his or her field of study, coupled with a history of academic achievement. The Sheila Hugh Mackay Foundation is mandated to promote excellence in the visual arts of New Brunswick.

For further information, see:

PETL Training Skills and Development
Training and Skills Development (TSD) selectively provides grants to people who meet the program criteria. The focus of the program is to help clients receive training or educational programs which will allow them to return quickly to work.

For further information, click here.

PETL Gender Equality Scholarship
The Gender Equality Scholarship is part of the Women’s Equality Branch of the Province of New Brunswick. The Scholarship Program is intended to encourage students entering their first year at a New Brunswick college, who want to seek a non-traditional career where participation by their gender has been limited. Any occupations in which a gender makes up less than 25% of the total workforce are considered “non-traditional.”

For further information, click here. is an organization that advocates for increased accessibility, equal access and successful transition from high school to college through a number of scholarships and awards.

Other Sites to Research

Apart from those listed above, there are many other sites providing financial assistance to students in the form of awards, bursaries and scholarships. We encourage you to do further online research.

Here are a few more sites that may help:

NBCCD Assistance Programs
In partnership with the Student Association (SA), the College offers a number of programs to assist students who are in financial and personal need.  Programs include:

  • volunteering time for financial bursaries, and
  • receiving fresh produce, non-perishable food, hygienic supplies and other household essentials.

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