Best budgeting apps for university students

Four apps to help save money—and one to help spend it

How Canadian university students can save for a year of travel

A gap year needn’t create a gap in your line of credit

What students need to know about credit cards and loans

Or, why it’s best not to pay for spring break with a cash advance

Paying off student debt: eight ways to squash it quickly

You don’t even need to live with your parents (but it would certainly help)

Want free university? Changes to OSAP, Canada Student Grants could help.

An in-depth guide to new financial aid programs offered by provincial governments from British Columbia to New Brunswick

Want to save money on university? Move far away from home.

To save on your education costs, go away for school—the further the better

The best part-time jobs for students

Don’t make fun of that McJobber. His employer might be partially reimbursing his tuition.

The cost of a Canadian university education in six charts

Tuition is only part of the cost of going to university. There’s also the cost of books, food, travel and the occasional beer. Here’s how students finance their education.

Save money by living at home during university.

University Rankings 2018: The price tag for students living at home

To stay or to go? We crunched the numbers so you don’t have to

How parents can help students pay for university education tuition

How to start saving for a university education at (almost) any age

Whether your child is still in diapers or entering their teenage years, here’s a step-by-step guide to helping them afford that degree in nuclear physics

Residences and housing at Canadian Universities: what’s new and hot

Innovative, inclusive offerings have student residences struggling to meet demand