Students of the College pay tuition to the College and
not to McGill. However, various student fees are payable to McGill.
Payment deadlines for the College are September 15 for fall tuition
and January 15 for winter tuition. The following fees are in effect
for the 2011-2012 session:
▪ Application fee for McGill B.Th. program: $100. (No application
fee is required by the College.)
▪ Presbyterian College tuition: $3500 ($350 per 3 credit course).
▪ Presbyterian College Students Society fee: $40,
plus $70 for the retreat.
Further information regarding McGill fees can be found on the Student
www.mcgill.ca/student-accounts and students should check their
McGill statements on Minerva.
For refunds in the case of course withdrawals the College
follows the McGill University policy.
Bursaries are awarded on the basis
of need. Students seeking bursary assistance must submit an application
to the Senate Bursary Committee, by early September, or in early
December for students who enter in the Winter Term. While the College
attempts to distribute its limited bursary resources as equitably
and generously as possible, applicants are reminded that financing
of their education is basically their responsibility. Persons contemplating
entering study for the ministry should plan their finances carefully,
and this might usefully be done in conjunction with their home congregation
and the certifying presbytery. Students who do not complete their
studies as candidates for the ministry are expected to reimburse
the College for the amounts of any bursaries awarded to them.
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A limited number of scholarships
is available each year. Entrance scholarships are awarded on the
basis of merit, as indicated by the cumulative grade point average.
The Alison Stewart-Patterson Entrance Scholarship is available to
women candidates for the ministry. Prospective students should indicate
at the time of application if they would like to be considered for
an entrance scholarship.
Over the years graduates and friends
of the College have donated money to fund prizes that recognize
excellence in theological studies. The Calvin Gold Medal, the highest
award of the College, is given for excellence in all subjects of
the entire theological course. Prizes are also given for excellence
in the various academic and practical disciplines of theological
The College has funded a scholarship
for the first year of graduate studies. Graduating students and
recent graduates of the College are eligible to apply for this scholarship.