NAIT Financial Aid
Financial aid at NAIT consists of loans and grants. The process of applying for financial aid can be confusing, but we have made it easy by providing you with a "one-stop shop" for information and applications. Menu items on the left side of the pages can be used to explore the financial resources that are available to you as a full-time, part-time, or apprenticeship student at NAIT.
The Financial Aid Team is available for drop ins to assist you with your funding options Monday to Friday from 9am to 3pm. We are located at:
Registrar's Office, South Lobby, Room O115, Main Campus
11762 - 106 Street, Edmonton, AB T5G 2R1
You can also contact us by email: email@example.com or phone: 780.471.6248.
For information regarding Post Secondary Program Costs and/or Credit Loads for student funding purposes:
2014/15 Financial Aid Updates
For information on whether your student loan has been approved, please check your Provincial Student Loan Account. Sponsorship codes for approved Full Time Student Aid Alberta funded students can be added to an account no earlier than 30 days prior to school starting. Students starting in Winter 2015, check your NAIT portal for this code after December 8, 2014 (prior to tuition deadline). You can verify this by logging onto your MyNAIT Portal, click on My Account > Fees & Payments > Holds & Funding. If this code is not present please contact NAIT Financial Aid at 780-471-6248. If you are a part-time or out of province student who has being approved for student funding through your province of residency for the 2014-2015 Academic year, please provide proof of approval to Financial Aid office prior to tuition deadline. You may fax the letter to 780-491-3026 or scan and e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Alberta Works funding - Full-time funding for the Winter 2015 term has been depleted. If you would like to explore Alberta Works funding for Spring 2015, (Academic Upgrading, ESL and Pre-Employment programs only) you must submit a NAIT Alberta Works Assessment form February 2, 2015 or after Once the assessment has been reviewed Student will be contacted to be booked an assessment appointment.
Student attending Academic Upgrading or ESL Part-time (one or two courses) may still be able to access Alberta Works funding for Winter 2015. If you are interested in exploring this funding option you must complete and submit a NAIT Alberta Works Assessment form. Once the assessment has been reviewed you will be contacted within five business days to be booked an assessment appointment. Please Note - Alberta Works Skills Investment funding is limited, provided on a first come, first served basis and each eligible program has a limited number of seats. Funding must be approved prior to training start date therefore so Students must apply early with complete documentation or they will not be considered.
Full-Time Alberta Works funded students reporting to EI over Christmas Break- EI recipients who are on break from approved training during the Christmas period (e.g. December 22, 2014 to January 2, 2015) should continue to report "YES" to the training question when reporting to ESDC. When asked for the number of hours attended, they are to indicate at least one hour of training in each week of the break period. If the recipient is required to complete paper report cards, they are to include in the space provided that they are on "BREAK" in addition to the instructions above. EI recipients reporting "NO" or 0 hours to the question asking if they are in training, may have their reports rejected.