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Summer 2018- Applications open: early April 2018- Application deadline: To avoid deregistration: April 25, 2018 After deregistration: June 27, 2018Fall 2018- Applications open: July 9- Application deadline: To avoid deregistration: August 27, 2018 After deregistration: TBA
The BC Ministry of Advanced Education established the Adult Upgrading Grant (AUG) program to provide needs-based financial support to learners enrolled in skills upgrading, developmental education, and training courses.
The Adult Upgrading Grant program provides needs-based grants to help with costs such as:
Most CapU courses below the 100-level qualify for AUG funding.
There will be restrictions if you are repeating a course. Post-secondary courses (at the 100-level and above) are not eligible.
Complete these two forms and submit them together to the Registrar's Office. Original forms are required. Photocopies and emailed forms are not allowed.
We will assess your eligibility within 1 week of receiving your completed application. This can happen before classes start. We will then send you a letter in the mail letting you know if you are eligible. The grant is not approved and no money is released at this time. If you are eligible, the letter will let you know the action you have to take to claim the grant. If you are not eligible, the letter will let you know the reason(s) why you are not eligible.
We will assess your courses within 1-3 weeks after the standard term add/drop period ends. This will happen about one month after classes start. We will send you a letter in the mail letting you know if your courses are eligible and if a grant has been approved. If a grant has been approved, the letter will let you know how much the grant is, what costs it is intended to cover, and that the grant has been put into your student account. If a grant is not approved, the letter will let you know the reason(s) why your courses are not eligible.
If you received AUG for a course before and did not complete the course,
you may be eligible to receive AUG again for the same course. AUG funding
for a repeat course is not guaranteed and will be assessed after the submission
of an AUG application.
AUG funding does not support costs associated with post-secondary courses (100-level or higher). If you are enrolled in developmental courses (below the 100-level) and post secondary courses (100-level or higher) at the same time, the type(s) of funding you are eligible to apply for depend on your courseload.
Adult Upgrading Grants (AUG) applicants who have a change in their course registration and would like to request a review of their
complete the AUG Request for Reassessment form (PDF).
If you are applying for AUG for Summer Session II and already applied for AUG for Summer Session I, you only need to submit the Request for Reassessment form in order to apply for AUG in the second session.Your
completed reassessment form must be received in the Financial Aid and Awards office no
later than three weeks before the scheduled end date of your course(s).
Once your request for reassessment has been reviewed, Financial Aid and
Awards will contact you via postal mail with results.
Come to one of our AUG Workshops! The schedule of dates, times, and locations is on our Events webpage.
Contact Financial Aid and Awards if you have questions and are unable to attend a workshop.
There are currently no events for this area. Visit Capilano Events to learn more about what is happening in other areas.
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