HCC Financial Options

HCC Financial Options

Heritage Community College’s Student Financial Services department makes a positive impact on student’s educational goals. We provide leadership and technical assistance to students and complete an educational budget that is right for you. Our Financial planner prepares a worksheet, which specifies the cost of your program and some possible resources to cover these costs, such as part-time employment, scholarships, family support, student loans and customized payment plans.
This will be the most important investment in your future. Upon your graduation, these new skills will give you a competitive edge to pursue a rewarding career. There are plenty of options and financial resources available for you to complete your educational goals. Grants and scholarships are the next options when searching for financial aid. However, it is important for you to look at different options and choose the one that fits you best. In some countries like Canada, student loans are the most common tool people use to pay for their education. Loans allow you to establish valuable bank credit.

BC Student Loan

Eligible students can apply for government loans & grants. For more information. click Here

In-House Heritage Community College Financing

Heritage Community College offers an easy monthly payment plan. Learn about various tuition payment alternatives by making an appointment with our Student Financial Services Representative who will explain the simple process and options available.

Student Lines of Credit

very affordable student loans available at most banks, including:

  • RBC Royal Bank: Royal Credit Line for Students.
  • CIBC Bank: CIBC Education Line of Credit.
  • BMO Bank of Montreal: Student Line of Credit.
  • TD Canada Trust Bank: Student Line of Credit.
    Contact us to find out more about your financial assistance options. We’ll help you find the perfect option for your financing needs.

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    Countries around the world, including Canada, are working to contain the current outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19).

    This website contains useful FAQs and resources for HCC faculty, staff, and students. It is updated regularly, following advice from provincial and federal health agencies.

    In recent months, HCC has transitioned to online learning and remote working for many of its faculty and staff. We are now in the midst of a COVID-19 safety planning process to allow for a gradual resumption of programs and activities on our campuses, within the BC Restart Plan.

    We are also excited to welcome our new and returning students this fall. During fall 2020, HCC will primarily offer larger classes online with selected smaller classes conducted in-person, adhering to physical distancing and other public health requirements. We will maintain a clear focus on ensuring high-quality face-to-face instruction, where possible, and high-quality remote instruction. Our priority remains the wellbeing of our students, faculty, and staff.

    British Columbia’s coordinated response

    Within British Columbia, Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry, the BC Centre for Disease Control, Ministry of Health, and Vancouver Coastal Health are leading the coordinated response to COVID-19. HCC continues to take direction from the BC Provincial Government as we plan and consider the next steps.

    We encourage you to visit the BC Centre for Disease Control website for the latest information. The Government of Canada also has an information line at 1 833 784 4397.

    COVID-19 Resources:

    Workplace Active Health Screening

    Active health screening for all the staff entering the workplace on a daily basis will be done as per the orders of the Provincial Health officer.



    Download Our HCC COVID-19 Policy & Guidelines Here