Cambrian Offers Cash Back for Grads

Posted on Wednesday February 20, 2013
Cambrian’s Graduate Tuition Rebate program is unique among Ontario colleges.

College graduation is a reward in itself, but Cambrian College is making it sweeter, offering eligible students who confirm their acceptance to Cambrian by May 1, 2013, the opportunity to earn a 15 percent tuition rebate upon graduation.

“For the second year in a row, we’re offering eligible students 15 percent cash back on their tuition once they graduate,” explained France Quirion, Associate Vice President, Student Services. “We introduced the Graduation Tuition Rebate in March of last year as a financial incentive to reward students who complete their studies on time and on budget. Through this program, eligible students can earn a rebate worth anywhere from $1,200 to $3,500, depending on the total cost of their program tuition. This rebate is only available at Cambrian, and it makes postsecondary education even more affordable when it’s combined with scholarships, bursaries, and other financial supports like the 30 percent tuition grant offered by the province of Ontario.”

Students must apply to one of Cambrian’s diploma or degree programs and confirm their acceptance by May 1, 2013, in order to qualify for the Graduation Tuition Rebate program. Further details and eligibility requirements are available by visiting a Cambrian campus in Sudbury, Little Current or Espanola; or by calling 705-566-8101, or toll-free in Ontario 1-800-461-7145, extension 6406.

Students enrolling at Cambrian College are also encouraged to apply for over 400 bursaries, totaling approximately $375,000, which are distributed annually. Future students of all ages can apply
to earn up to $5,000 towards their tuition through Cambrian’s innovative Learning Account.


Lynn Bulloch
Communications Officer
College Advancement
705-566-8101, ext 6375



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