King's has a strong commitment to the provision of in-course scholarships based on university-level achievement. Students will be considered for scholarships automatically at the end of each academic year; no special applications are necessary. In-course scholarship amounts will vary, but normally range from $1,250 to $8,000, and are provided through various gifts, bequests and endowments, as well as from the College's operating funds.
For King's students who have exhausted all other areas of financial assistance, including the Canada Student Loan Programme, the College awards King's bursaries during October and January each year. External funding is also available to students from several benefactors, with criteria as varied as the groups, employers and organizations behind them.
We also offer the John Godfrey Travelling Scholarship to support King's students undertaking education or development projects in a developing country, or to help students from developing countries attend King's. A total of $4,000 each year is available to be awarded through this scholarship.
The Alumni Association also offers twelve awards to students in any year, made possible by former King's students and friends of the College. These include the Michael Elliott Award (two, valued at $750 each), the Sandra MacLeod Award (two, valued at $1,575 each), and the New Brunswick Award for a New Brunswick student in good academic standing (worth $550).
For students who have exhausted all other financial resources, need-based bursaries can help. More >>
King's students of the past, and friends of the College, make these Alumni Awards possible. More >>
You love King's; we know. But a little travel isn't going to hurt anyone. Just come back soon. More >>
External funding is available to King's students from several outside benefactors. More >>