Financing Your Education


Tuition and fee payment
In order to comply with physical distancing recommendations, the Office of the Registrar is not able to accept in-person tuition and fee payments. Learn more about our fee payment options

We are still accepting forms through our office dropbox, or you can scan and email your forms to us.

Emergency Bursaries
The Emergency Bursary is a non-repayable bursary for full-time or part-time students who have encountered an urgent, unforeseen occurrence requiring immediate financial support that is not available from other resources. You must be currently enrolled in the semester in which you are applying for the emergency bursary. If you need assistance, complete the Emergency Bursary Request form. 

Students can also apply for emergency bursary funds through the Students’ Association of Mount Royal University here. Indigenous students can email Marija Small Legs ( at the Iniskim Centre.

For more information regarding Mount Royal's response to COVID-19 visit the website for regular updates.



At Mount Royal, we want you to focus on your studies, not on paying your bills. Learn more about the many ways you can cover the cost of your education. 



Scholarships & bursaries

Mount Royal offers hundreds of awards, providing students with more than $3 million in scholarships and bursaries. Apply today

Financial Aid

There are a number of forms of funding for full-time and part-time students available through the provincial and federal government, including student loans, grants and bursaries. Learn more.



Alberta Works Funding

Grant funding for qualified Albertans who are unemployed, under-employed or transitioning into new careers.


Emergency Funding

If despite your planning, you experience short-term money concerns while attending Mount Royal, Emergency Funding may help. Learn more


Budget planning

Find the estimated program costs that you can expect to pay for the academic year. Find out more

Confirmation of Registration

Paying by RESPs or CPPs? Find out how to obtain documentation to access your funds. 


Jobs on campus

Getting a job on campus is a great way to boost your resume, gain skills and help finance your education. Visit the Student Job Bank for employment opportunities. 


Spending money wisely

Find tips on budgeting, information on student discounts and techniques for money management.