Loans and Bursaries
Are you eligible for loans & bursaries?
1- Students must be permanent residents, Canadian citizens or political refugees.
2- Students must provide proof of Québec residency.
3- Programs must be recognized by the ministère de l’Enseignement supérieur, de la Recherche, de la Science et de la Technologie
(MESRST), or by the ministère de l’Éducation, du Loisir et du Sport
All programs at LaSalle College (on campus or online) are recognized for loans and bursaries.
How do I apply for financial assistance?
1- You must have a permanent code.
2- The analysis of your application will take one and a half months.
3- The school codes are the following:
ACS and DCS LaSalle 749548
DVS LaSalle 585501
ACS = Continuing education
DCS = Regular training program
DVS = Vocational training
4- Program codes: Please take note that there is no period between letters and numbers in program codes.
Instead of NTA.1J, write NTA1J AND
Program codes do NOT use the letter “o,” rather use the number “zero.”
Once your application for financial assistance has been made, additional documents to include and declarations to be made will be specified.
TO REDUCE WAITING TIME, IT’S VERY IMPORTANT TO SEND THE COVER SHEET WITH APPLICATIONS.
Written applications for financial assistance:
Students without permanent codes have to apply for financial assistance in writing. Forms are available at LaSalle College or on the AFE website.
The final step:
Once your application has been accepted and your studies have started, a guaranteed certificate is sent to the school. You will have to pick it up at the Cashier’s Office. The money will be in your account five business days after you’ve submitted this certificate.
The recognized financial institutions for Loans and Bursaries are:
- RBC Royal Bank
- Bank of Montreal
- Caisse Desjardins
- National Bank of Canada
- Laurentian Bank