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Becoming a Golden Hawk means more than just cheering on our (really good) varsity teams – it means being a student who cares about your community, who works hard in the classroom, and who takes advantage of all the learning opportunities that can happen outside the classroom, too.


There are a lot of things to consider when calculating costs to continue your education, including tuition, fees and living expenses. At Laurier, we offer financial support for students through a variety of different programs and options.

Entrance Scholarships

Laurier offers 15 entrance scholarships valued at $500 each to top-ranking students in each division. No application is required.

Indigenous Scholarships

Indigenous scholarships are available to qualified applicants who self-identify as having an Indigenous background, heritage or ancestry upon confirming an offer of admission to the BEd program at Laurier. These scholarships are not competitive and do not require a separate application.

More Options

We have a number of online resources to help you plan to pay for your education. Learn how to apply for government assistance, competitive awards and scholarships as well as part-time employment on campus to help offset your education costs.

2019 Expenses

Note: For one year (or two terms) studying full time. Fees are based on 2018/19 and are subject to increase for 2019/20.

Breakdown of Expenses

Fee Type

Domestic Students

International Students

Tuition

$8,946

$22,802

Incidental Fees

$1,120

$1,120

Technology Fee

$75

$75

Textbooks

$900

$900

On-Campus Parking

$350

$350

UHIP

N/A

$624

Total

$11,391

$25,871

“You truly learn about your true self and what kind of person you will become.”

– Nico Gallagher, BEd ’17

“The Bachelor of Education program at Laurier prepared me well for a future career in teaching. Spending hundreds of days in local schools allowed me to gain confidence, build rapport with staff and students and transfer my knowledge to the real world.”

– Leah Toews, BEd ’17

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