Consolidated Credit Canada Scholarship Program

Consolidated Credit is proud to offer a $1,000 bi-annual scholarship to eligible college and university students who meet the valid requirements. Twice per year, we give students the opportunity to win $1,000 to put towards their college / university expenses. See the rules for valid entry and submission eligibility.

How To Submit Your Entry

Complete the form and submit an original essay based on the following questions:

  1. As a college/university student, what are your main money obstacles and what do you plan on doing to address these issues?
  2. Looking back, how should schools have taught money management to children under 18

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Rules

To receive a $1,000 scholarship, the applicant must:

  • Be a Canadian resident
  • Be able to prove they are either enrolled in or slated to start college / university in the upcoming semester
  • Entry submission will be available from 1 March to 30 June, 2021.
  • Winners will be announced by 15 July.
  • By submitting an entry, Consolidated Credit Canada reserves the right to use the participant’s essay and image as it deems fit for marketing purposes
  • Multiple submissions not permitted
  • The winner can only win once per year
  • Winner will be notified by email

We’re proud to announce the winner of the $1,000 2020 Consolidated Credit Canada Scholarship Program!

Her name is Shelby Empey, and she a graduate of Queen’s University. She will be attending law school in September at the University of Ottawa Faculty of Law.

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We’d also like to announce the two winners of the $2,500 Consolidated Credit Financial Empowerment Award, administered and awarded to students at Seneca College. They are Misun Chun and Brock Csada. Congratulations!

Other Scholarship Opportunities

Consolidated Credit Canada and Seneca College have partnered together over the last three years to award students dedicated to personal financial empowerment with the funds they need to graduate with as little student debt as possible. Our Financial Empowerment Awards grant two awardees $2500 each for demonstrating how they plan to use that money to achieve their financial goals. To date, our winners have expressed the need for further financial literacy support at all levels of education. Student awardees also state that that the growing cost of education coupled with the high cost of student debt puts graduates at a disadvantage when it comes to achieving milestones like purchasing cars and homes. As Canada’s largest non-profit credit counselling organization, we take these statements to heart and are working hard to expand our financial empowerment awards to students and organizations across the country.

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