(Note: scholarships are only available to students who are enrolled in a full time degree program.)


If you have achieved an average of 80% or higher during high school you will receive an entrance scholarship to SSU. SSU calculates an average based on your best five university preparation courses in grade 12.
80% – 84.9% average will receive an entrance scholarship of $500

85-89.9% average will receive an entrance scholarship of $1,000

90% and higher average will receive an entrance scholarship of $1,500

Please note: a.) entrance scholarships are not available for transfer students, and b.) scholarship credits are split equally between 1st and 2nd terms of year 1; students must retain their Grade 12 average in term 1 in order to qualify for their second credit in term 2.


As an innovative way of reducing tuition debt, taking a step closer to our dream of offering sustainable, debt-free education, any existing undergraduate student who refers (introduces to SSU for the first time) a new undergraduate student will receive a $1500 scholarship towards future tuition fees. There is no limit to the number of new students you can refer to us – you could aim to literally study for free!

This opportunity also applies to alumni and friends of SSU. Refer a new undergraduate student and you will receive $1500!

John Walker Memorial Scholarships
The Gregory Michael Beaudoin Memorial Scholarship
The Paul English Scholarship for Innovation
Indigenous Student Scholarship
The Finley-Cook Material History Prize

Loans & Grants


If you apply for student loans, your Provincial Student Financial Services office will automatically assess your eligibility for such grants and bursaries. A separate application is needed only for the Grant for Services and Equipment for Students with Permanent Disabilities. The forms can be downloaded from your provincial student loan website. In some provinces, you can apply to have the amount you owe capped once you’ve graduated. Each province has different programs, so poke around on the internet and see what you can find.

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If you’re from New Brunswick and apply for student loans, you will now automatically be eligible to apply for the NB Renewed Tuition Bursary (formerly the TAB program, and/or the Free Tuition Program). Private universities used to be excluded from this program, BUT ARE NOW INCLUDED. Simply apply for student loans as usual, and your bursary entitlement will be calculated.


SSACE, a partner of St. Stephen’s University, offers a great opportunity for your Canadian friends to participate in your educational and spiritual growth. The “Forgivable Loan Program” (FLP) permits qualifying students to receive a loan from friends to pay for part, or all, of their tuition and living expenses. The loan is forgiven at the end of your studies, making it essentially like a gift.

Donations to the program may be made by anyone with the exception of parents, grandparents, siblings and spouse of a student applying for a loan. All gifts to the fund are receipted for income tax purposes.

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Looking for a part-time job while you are in university? Why not work for SSU! A limited amount of work bursaries are available during the school year. Positions will be posted at the start of each term and applications will be made available. Payment will be made directly to your account as a credit.


International students can now get a part-time job while studying at SSU. There are opportunities to work here or off campus with only a study permit. International students are allowed to work for up to 20 hours per week during a regular academic session and full time during regularly scheduled breaks, and they are able to work off campus immediately rather than waiting for six months.


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