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 Students First Line of Credit

 

Whether it's getting your assignments in on time or staying within your budget, we understand the pressures you face in trying to complete your studies.

Let us take one worry off your mind by helping you finance your education with a Students First Line of Credit. Now you can focus on your studies, not your finances.

Features:

  • Pay a low interest rate of prime plus 1%1
  • Borrow up to $10,000 per academic year2
  • Pay interest only on the amount of credit you use.
  • Enjoy a 12-month grace period following graduation before you need to establish a repayment schedule.
  • Once you graduate, take up to 20 years to repay the funds you borrowed on your line of credit.

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NOTE: To open a new Students First Plan account or maintain established accounts, you must provide a completed proof of enrolment form (PDF, 35KB) before September 30 of each new school year. 1 On approved credit. Variable rate based on ATB’s prime rate, which can fluctuate without notice. Rates are provided for information purposes only and are subject to change at any time. 2 To a maximum of $40,000. MasterCard® is a registered trademark of MasterCard Internal Inc. Alberta Treasury Branches is a licensed user of the registered trademark and design owned by MasterCard International Inc.
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    Confirmation of Enrolment

    Keep your student perks by confirming your enrolment each year!

    Simply provide the proof of enrolment form and a copy of your tuition receipt, or a letter of acceptance from your post-secondary institution, to ATB in any of the following ways: