Booth University College has absolutely no hidden fees, and once our scholarships are calculated in, you’ll see earning a degree at Booth UC is on par with total costs at other local / Canadian universities.
Your good grades will get you big savings on tuition!
SCHOLARSHIP ELIGIBILITY DEADLINE: To guarantee eligibility for scholarships, you are encouraged to apply by our March 31st priority deadline. You could be eligible for scholarships if you apply after our priority deadline, but it would be on a first come, first served basis. Click here to APPLY TODAY!
Canadian students are eligible for the following scholarships:
1. ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIP: Up to $4,000 off your first two years’ tuition at Booth UC*
If you graduate high school with an average of 80% or higher, you’ll earn between $1500 and $2,000 towards your first year’s tuition. Maintain your grades at Booth University College, and we’ll renew your award for a second year!
2. PROGRAM-SPECIFIC SCHOLARSHIP: Up to $8,000 in scholarships over four years at Booth UC*
If you enter our Bachelor of Business Administration degree program or any of our five Bachelor of Arts degree programs (Behavioural Sciences, English and Film Studies, Psychology, or Religion) with an entering average of 80% or higher you will receive $2,000 off your first year’s tuition at Booth University College. Keep up your good grades at Booth UC and we’ll renew your award in your second, third and fourth years.
3. SALVATIONIST-SPECIFIC SCHOLARSHIPS:
Tuition Incentive: Salvationist students who register for at least 12 credit hours per semester and who have an entering average of 70% or higher may be eligible to receive an additional $2,000 reduction in tuition fees in each of their four years – for a total of $8,000 savings.
Residence Bonus: If you’re a Salvationist student who chooses to live on campus, you can receive a $1,000 reduction in residence fees annually for a total $4,000 savings over four years at Booth UC.
*Maximum awards are based on cumulative grade point average upon entrance and number of credit hours per semester.