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Proof of post-secondary enrollment must be presented at the time of account opening. Please contact your branch for more information.
*Does not include fees that may be charged by non-CU ATMs.
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Have more questions? Contact your branch and talk to a Personal Banker.
Christian Credit Union is pleased to support students in our Reformed Christian community with a $750 scholarship. Students are required to write an essay emphasizing the meaning of “Biblical Stewardship” and how it applies to their life. In addition, the student should provide a brief outline of their accomplishments, volunteerism, life and career goals. To read about the 2015 Scholarship winners, click here!
Students must be members of Christian Credit Union on March 31 of the year of application. For more details about the scholarship requirements, click here. If you would like to apply for a scholarship, please contact your participating school.
Choosing to attend a college or university is an important step in your life. It also important to manage your finances so you can focus on achieving your academic goals. The Home Budget Analysis tool can help you balance your monthly income, tuition and living expenses.
Do you have a plan to save for your education? Have your parents put aside money for you in an RESP? This calculator will help you decide how much to save each month and keep you on track.
Are you considering driving a vehicle while you are in school? The auto loan calculator will help you determine what it costs to purchase and finance a vehicle. There are also a number of extra costs to consider including fuel, insurance and maintenance.
Do you still have some questions? Contact a Personal Banker or check out these resources:
Access 31 interactive calculators and dynamic reports to help you assess your current financial situation and plan for any future goals and events - from evaluating education savings and retirement needs to calculating lease and mortgage payments.
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When you, as a parent, friend or family member, open a Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP) on behalf of a child and apply for the Canada Education Savings Grant (CESG), the Government of Canada will deposit a percentage of your own contribution directly into the RESP. To date, more than three million children have benefited from the Canada Education Savings Grant.
The Canada Student Loans Program and the Canada Student Grants Program help by providing student financial assistance in the form of loans and grants to Canadians attending post-secondary education in most provinces and territories.
Get information and advice about education savings for your child, planning for post secondary education, student loans, grants and scholarships, after post secondary education, continuing education–lifelong learning, and more.
For Canadians: Learn about opportunities for graduate study and research abroad
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If you’re like most people, you’ll draw on a mix of resources to pay for your education—savings, jobs, family, scholarships, grants, bursaries and student loans. Whether you’re attending college or university within a year or two of high school, or as a mature student, it’s important to study your options to decide the best way to finance your education.
Closed Friday, July 1 for Canada Day
Christian Credit Union will be closed Friday, July 1 to celebrate Canada Day. Have a great holiday!...
Response to Wildfires in Fort McMurray
Christian Credit Union is pleased to support the families affected by the Fort McMurray wildfires by donating $5,000 to...
World Elder Abuse Awareness Day
on June 15, we helped raise awareness of elder abuse by wearing purple ribbons and providing FREE coffee and goodies at the...