Grants are government funds you do not repay. You will be assessed for grants when you apply for full-time or part-time funding.

Canada Student Grants and B.C. Access Grants

Different grant funds are accessible to students fitting a variety of criteria including, but not limited to, having dependents, permanent disability status, and/or low- or middle-income.

To learn more about the various grants for which you may be assessed when applying for full-time or part-time funding, visit StudentAid B.C.

Student Aid B.C.

Funding for specific groups

Arts and Humanities programs

Former Youth in Care

Programs and funding to help former youth in care in B.C. pay for post-secondary education.


Students with Disabilities

If you are a student with a disability, both the government and Camosun have various supports in place to assist you.

Female Business student outside the CBA building

Adult Upgrading Grant

If you're attending Camosun in one of the School of Access programs you may be eligible to have your tuition, deposit and fees paid.


Jaime, a Health Care Assistant student working in the teaching lab

Priority Health Program Grants

Students enrolling in Camosun College Certified Medical Laboratory Assistant, Certificate or Practical Nursing, Diploma may be eligible for a recruitment and retention grant.