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I don’t qualify for financial aid and I don’t want to be burdened by student loans. Are there any options for those who lie in-between financial aid and student loans? 

There is no time like the present to start saving for your post-secondary education. The first thing you should do is set a budget for yourself.
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ScotiaLine® Personal Line of Credit for Students Application Checklist

Here is a handy checklist of things you need to consider when applying for a ScotiaLine Personal Line of Credit for Students. 

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Debt scares me. Why is it notoriously difficult for students to pay off student debt, and how can I prevent this from happening to me?  

Student debt can be very intimidating. The first thing you can do to overcome this fear is to be prepared.  Tools like the Scotiabank Student Budget Calculator can help you determine how much money you will need to pay for your education and how you can finance any shortfalls. 
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ScotiaLine® Personal Line of Credit for Students FAQs

You've got questions about the ScotiaLine Personal Line of Credit for Students. We've got answers.

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How long will it take to pay off my student loan? 

The first step is to set up a meeting with your Scotiabank Financial Advisor to review your banking needs and create a personalized plan to help you reach your goals. This meeting will help you determine when you would like to have your student debt paid off.
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Student Dictionary of Financial Terms

We know that navigating student life can be challenging so we wanted to make navigating your financial life as simple as possible. We asked high school students across Canada to define financial terms in their own words to help us a build a financial dictionary for students in student terms. 
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Top Money Saving Tips from Students for Students

Managing your money throughout your post-secondary journey isn’t exactly easy. From tuition, to groceries, to textbooks, paying for school can be a challenge. Luckily, your fellow students are here to help.
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How do I start saving for my future?

The first step to saving for your future is to understand your income and expenses. Tools like the Scotiabank Student Budget Calculator can help you identify savings opportunities which can be invested to help you reach your financial goals.
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Is there an account that won’t break my bank with fees? 

At Scotiabank, we have a variety of accounts that offer great value to our customers, and the Student Banking Advantage® Plan is no exception.

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How do credit cards really work?

A credit card is a financial product that allows you to make a purchase, take a cash advance, and transfer balances based on a promise to pay those funds back.
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ScotiaLine® Personal Line of Credit for Students, a financial solution for you.

Tuition is expensive. Once you add the cost of textbooks, on-campus living, transportation and food, your savings or part-time wages simply may not be enough. Luckily you have options. Scotiabank offers helpful and flexible financial solutions for students just like you. 
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Applying for a Line of Credit – It’s easier than you think.

Paying for a post-secondary education can be expensive. That’s why you need to explore all the funding options available to you. 
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Government Student Loans and Student Lines of Credit: What’s the difference?

So you’re going to the school of your dreams but how will you pay for it? Understanding funding options for school can be a daunting task. That’s why Scotiabank and yconic have teamed up to help you understand the difference between a student line of credit and a government student loan.
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Can I receive a line of credit as an undergraduate student? 

Financing your education expenses while focusing on your studies can sometimes be difficult. The ScotiaLine® Personal Line of Credit for Students is a line of credit specifically designed to assist students such as yourself in covering tuition fees, housing costs, and the many day to day expenses that arise during post-secondary studies. 

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What is the best way to develop an ideal credit score? 

Developing a strong credit score will help you in the future when it comes time to purchase your first home, car, or any additional financing needs you may have. Obtaining your first credit product will begin the process of establishing credit.
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Making Sense of Your Credit Report

Your credit rating is like a financial report card, which creditors use when assessing your credit-worthiness. Many Canadians don't realize they can and should regularly review their own credit report; to correct outdated or inaccurate information, to understand why they may have been declined credit, or to protect their information from identity theft.
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How do I afford to travel while still paying for University? 

Your Scotiabank Financial Advisor can assist you in turning your travel dreams into reality whether it’s during your study years, or post-graduation when you are earning a full-time income.
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