Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP)

Any student who has a registered RESP with a bank in Canada may withdraw from their RESP while attending the University of Alberta full time.
Arrangements to transfer funds from your RESP to the University should be completed at least 14 days prior to the University payment deadline to allow for sufficient time for processing.

The Canadian Bank requirements are listed below:

CIBC
Form 10256 — Verification of Enrollment. The form is available from any CIBC and must be picked up by the student, and given to the Registrar's Office (Student Connect) for stamp and signature, then returned to CIBC for release of funds./dd>
ATB
The student must provide a University of Alberta Confirmation of Enrolment and a Timetable outlining the tuition costs.
Servus Credit Union
The student must provide a University of Alberta Confirmation of Enrolment to the Credit Union.
BMO
The student must provide a University of Alberta Confirmation of Enrolment.
Canadian Western
The student must provide a University of Alberta Confirmation of Enrolment and a Timetable outlining the tuition costs.
Royal Bank
The student must provide a University of Alberta Confirmation of Enrolment and a Timetable outlining the tuition costs.
TD Canada Trust
The student must provide a University of Alberta Confirmation of Enrolment and a Timetable outlining the tuition costs.
Scotia Bank
Will release on a semester by semester basis. The student must provide a University of Alberta Confirmation of Enrolment and a Timetable outlining the tuition costs.

The Confirmation of Enrolment and the official Timetable are available at the Registrars Office, Student Connect, Main Floor Administration Building.

Please remember to make an appointment to the RESP funds released, and to arrive for that appointment with the Confirmation of Enrolment and/or timetable.