Financial planning is an integral part of your post-secondary studies. Once you've made your decision to attend Conestoga you have to plan for the financial resources you will need to be successful.
Remember, you are making a valuable investment in your future and Student Financial Services can help you by providing you with options to finance your post-secondary education.
Student Strike Relief Fund
Applications are now open for the Student Strike Relief Fund. Students should complete the online application and submit it along with receipts or other supporting documents providing evidence of additional expenses.
If your claim for the Student Strike Relief Fund is denied, or if you disagree with the amount you were given, you may appeal the college's decision by completing the Conestoga College Bursary application.
- The bursary application may also be used for claims that exceed the Student Strike Relief Fund maximum of $500.
- You must be enrolled in a full-time program at Conestoga to submit a bursary application.
- Consideration will be given to students who are in a reduced load because of a documented disability.
- You must have first applied to the Student Strike Relief Fund and received a decision on your application before applying for the bursary.
- You must appeal by the end of your study period, or within 14 calendar days of receiving a Student Strike Relief Fund decision, whichever is later.
Customer Service Standards
Student Financial Services endeavours to deliver timely and efficient service. To find out more information for particular types of requests, forms and applications, please review our Customer Service Standards.
Location and Hours of Operation
Student Financial Services is located on the main floor of the Welcome Centre right beside the Registrar's Office.
The office is open Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Telephone 519-748-5220 ext. 3378. or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our mailing address is:
Student Financial Services
299 Doon Valley Drive