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Eligible athletes can access tuition support during their athletic career.


Sport Canada Tuition Program

Sport Canada provides tuition support for post-secondary level education for eligible athletes up to a limit of $5,500 per carding cycle and a lifetime maximum of $26,500. Eligible athletes can access tuition support during their athletic career or may defer support until they retire, and can enroll in courses as a part-time or full-time student. Tuition support is only available for courses at publicly supported Canadian universities or colleges, and can include degree, diploma or certificate programs, including the National Coaching Certificate Program. If you have any questions, contact Sports Canada directly.

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Paper Tutoring

Paper is an online academic support hub where you can get instant help from trained professionals. The service is available 24/7 for nearly every academic subject, no appointment necessary. You can have an individual session with a tutor via instant messaging, access support via voice note or submit an essay for review and get it back within 24 hours with feedback. Paper also has a resume writing support centre, along with a suite of other career services you can leverage.

The service is available on all mobile devices, just download the application! It can take up to 24 hours for your account to be created after sign-up. If you have any questions, email: [email protected] and we’ll be happy to help.

To learn more about how to use the platform, check out the Paper YouTube channel HERE.

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Indigenous Canada Course - University of Alberta

The National Day for Truth and Reconciliation is a federal statutory holiday created in response to . The day is dedicated to honouring Survivors, their families, and communities while ensuring that public commemoration of the devastating effects of residential schools remains a vital component of the ongoing reconciliation process. Our team hopes that Canadians across the country hold themselves accountable to actively learning about, supporting and celebrating the culture and contributions of Indigenous peoples, while continuing to reflect and take local action to reconcile the lasting impacts of the generational trauma they experience.

To encourage this action, we are extending our resources to cover the expense of the Indigenous Canada course certificate offered through the University of Alberta, for 10 Game Plan eligible athletes. This course can be completed for free as well, without the accreditation.

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Competition Manipulation Resources

Competition manipulation is an important topic to be aware of in sport. The CCES and IOC have developed helpful resources to increase our understanding of competition manipulation and how to prevent it.

  • CCES has developed a 15-minute course to increase our understanding of competition manipulation and how to prevent it. You can learn more about that here.

  • The IOC also has multiple resources available to support athletes, these include:

    • Code of Conduct – The IOC has recently launched the updated version of the Code of Conduct in line with the Make the Right Decision-campaign which is now available in 21 languages. You are welcome to download it at this link

    • Communication Campaign: The “Make the Right Decision”-campaign has been launched across Athlete365 social channels and recources can be accessed here: Make the Right Decision campaign toolkit – Athlete365 (

    • E-Learning Module: The online learning module on Preventing Competition Manipulation is available on the Athlete365 website. We invite you to share the link with your teams and athletes and encourage them to complete the 15 min module.

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Game Plan Education Network

Game Plan Education Network is a group of post-secondary education institutions that provide academic planning for athletes and their training, competing, and travelling schedules.

These planning steps may include:

  • Dedicated academic advisors providing individualized educational planning and counseling for high performance athletes

  • Priority registration and clear course requirements, expectations, timelines, and content made available in a course syllabus prior to normal course enrolment period

  • Courses with flexible assignment and exam dates, and alternate delivery options (i.e., online, correspondence, and distance studies)

  • Resources tailored to athletes’ unique needs and skill sets including career, mental health, and tutoring services

  • Planning for reduced course loads, the ability to postpone and resume studies, and prolonged completion times for degrees