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Attached to the main building, the residences offer complete, convenient and secure lodging 7 days a week. Each room is equipped with a bathroom and can accommodate two or three pupils.
The School offers breakfast and lunchtime meals at a modest cost. Evening meals are made available to those staying in the residences.
The School provides an onsite clinic that offers physical therapy, as well as expedited referrals to other health professionals.
With opportunities to encounter artists, take part in cultural excursions and international exchanges, and attend events and shows at a reduced rate, the student has access to a host of cultural activities.
A special resource centre, the Library is open to all students, professionals and researchers. It places at their disposal one of the world’s major collections devoted to the circus arts, the Jacob William Collection Fund, which includes periodicals, books, audio-visual materials and archival documents.
Government Student Aid
College-level students who are Canadian citizens or who have permanent resident status in Canada are eligible for loan and bursary programs offered by the ministry of education of the province in which they officially reside.
The National Circus School Foundation offers assistance to students who lack sufficient financial resources to pursue professional training at the School no matter what their citizenship of origin, program enrolled in, or level achieved.