Going to School

Developing a Savings Program

Post-secondary education is expensive, and it's expected to become even more so in the future. The sooner you start to save, the more you can do with the money you have. There are many different types of investments that can help you save for your, or your child's, post-secondary education. Williams Lake and District Credit Union can get you started.

Selecting Investments

There are many different types of investments available to someone saving for future education. Whether it's for yourself or your children, Williams Lake and District Credit Union will help find an investment that's right for you.

Educational Borrowing

You're starting school, but you need a little extra money to get you through. There are several options available to you, depending on your situation. Let Williams Lake and District Credit Union help you build a strong credit rating while you are still in school.

Purchasing Rental Property During College

Buying a house may be the cheapest way to live while you attend a post-secondary institution. With Williams Lake and District Credit Union's help, roommates could be paying your mortgage while you accumulate the equity. Now that's smart.

Student Accounts

At Williams Lake and District Credit Union, we're here to help you find the financial solutions you need while attending school. The right account can ease the stress of financial worries and let you concentrate on your next exam.

Credit Union Foundation of BC

The Credit Union Foundation of BC is a province-wide philanthropic organization of the credit union system founded and funded by British Columbia credit union members. The foundation’s primary purpose is to provide education awards to post secondary students who are residents of BC that are in need of financial assistance for academic, technological or vocational training at accredited schools within the province. The main criteria for bursary applicants is to demonstrate a financial need. You can find the full list of criteria, along with the online application form at CUBC’s site: www.cufoundation.org.

 

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