Financial

Advising

If you have funding barriers (immediate or long-term) and would like more information, please book an appointment with Jessie Letendre, engagement coordinator at First Peoples' House, at jmletend@ualberta.ca.

If you have questions about Government Student Loans, Bursaries, Emergency Funding, or Money Management Education Sessions, please book an appointment with Lindsay Moores, Financial Aid Coordinator, at moores1@ualberta.ca.

Lindsay Moores
Financial Aid Coordinator
moores1@ualberta.ca

  • About Lindsay

    My name is Lindsay Moores and I have worked in post-secondary for seven years, including four years here at the University of Alberta. I was born and raised in Edmonton and cannot imagine spending Fall in any place other than on campus.

    I have a passion for helping students and I want to support everyone in their academic journey. I am the Financial Aid Coordinator in the Student Financial Support office and am passionate about helping students so they can be successful throughout their academic journey. My work time has been based out of the First Peoples House once a week since 2015. I can assist students with all things financial, including government student loans, scholarships, awards, bursaries, budgeting and financial literacy. I love to talk about all of the aspects of student finances so that students can understand their own financial story and prepare for their school year and beyond! No matter what your financial situation, come visit me!

Awards and Scholarships

First Peoples' House and Métis Education Foundation (MEF) Awards

Applications for FPH and MEF open August 15, 2019. The application deadline is October 15, 2019. Please visit BearTracks to apply.

These awards are opened annually to First Nations, Métis, and Inuit students and are provided by many generous donors in the community.

Contact Jessie Letendre at jmletend@ualberta.ca for further award application inquiries.

AltaLink Indigenous Relations Scholarship

This scholarship program is designed to recognize leaders in the Indigenous community by offering scholarships to Indigenous students attending post-secondary institutions.

Two eligible students from each of Treaty 6, 7, 8 and the Métis community in Alberta will be awarded a $1,000 scholarship.

Indigenous Careers Awards

According to the Government of Alberta, applications for the Indigenous Careers Award will be available in late fall instead of early August for the 2019-20 academic year.

For details about the Indigenous Careers Awards, visit Alberta Student Aid.

 
U of A Scholarships and Awards

You may be eligible to apply for other U of A Scholarships and Awards depending on your faculty, year, and academic standing.

Budgeting

Saving Money on Food

WECAN Food Basket Society is a non-profit volunteer-run organization. For a small fee ($5/year or $2.50 for half year) you can join the Food Basket Society and have access to saving 25-50% on groceries.

Emergency Food Source

The Campus Food Bank is a confidential service that provides short term food relief to those on campus experiencing food insecurity.