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These benefits will not be used as a resource:
If you have already applied and included any of these benefits as a resource, you can login to your Alberta Student Aid account and submit a Request for Review on their application.
For more information, call the Alberta Student Aid Service Centre:
Phone: 1-855-606-2096, option 1 (Toll-free anywhere in North America)
If you are a Canadian student with a documented, permanent disability and in a course or program that is Student Aid eligible, you may be eligible for grants designed to assist you with education and living costs and exceptional education-related costs such as assistive services or equipment.
RDC Student Connect Centre
Your one-stop-shop for information regarding financial support and resources, program information, general academic advising and student records.
The Student Connect Centre is located in room 1102.
t: 403.342.3254 | f: 403.342.3262 | e: firstname.lastname@example.org
Reduced Course Load
Students with permanent disabilities taking between 40% and 59% of a full-time course load may choose to apply for either full-time or part-time student aid.
Full-Time (reduced course load 40%-59%)
Part-Time (20-59% of a full course load)
Find out more about RDC’s full-time course load requirements.
Alberta Works Reduced Course Load
Students funded through Alberta Works who are unable to attend an educational institution on a full-time basis due to their disability may be able to apply for full-time learner benefits while taking a minimum of a 40% course load. Contact Alberta Works for more information.
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