CMU is recognized as a designated educational institution
under the Canada Student Loan program.
Government loans for studies at CMU come from two sources: the federal government (generally 60%) and the provincial or territorial governments (generally 40%). To apply for loans, you must fill out an application from your home province/territory for each year that you are studying. These loan programs are intended to supplement the financial resources of students and their families. There is no guarantee that you will be granted financial assistance. The defining features of government student loans are:
- They are interest free while you are in school. Interest only starts to accrue immediately when you are done school.
- They do not require repayment until six months after you stop going to school.
- They offer interest relief and/or debt reduction assistance for eligible students, depending on their situation.
Application forms for the Canada Student Loan Program may be obtained from your high school, the Department of Education in your home province, admissions staff at CMU, or by clicking on your home Province or Territory from the list below. Those marked with an * allow for you to for a student-loan for studies at CMU.
Online Resources for Government Student Loans
- Canada Student Loans
- Manitoba Student Loans*
- Alberta Student Loans*
- British Columbia Student Loans
- New Brunswick Student Loans
- Newfoundland & Labrador Student Loans
- Northwest Territories Student Loans
- Nova Scotia Student Loans*
- Nunavut Student Loans
- Ontario Student Loans*
- Prince Edward Island Student Loans
- Québec Student Loans
- Saskatchewan Student Loans*
- Yukon Student Loans
Got questions about student loans? Contact our Admissions office.