Applicants must meet all CIBC lending criteria. Certain conditions and restrictions apply. Credit limit determined by CIBC, in its sole discretion. Qualified guarantor may be required. Products and their features may change at any time. This is a general description only. For more information and product terms and conditions, consult product brochures or call 1-866-525-8622.
◊◊ NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Open January 1, 2018 to December 31, 2018 to legal residents of Canada who are sixteen (16) years of age or older and are current students of an accredited Canadian university, college or secondary school. Grand prize of $35,000 CAD. Odds of winning depend on number of eligible entries received. Math skill test required. Refer to Student Life Network for contest detailsOpens a new window in your browser. Read full contest rules (PDF, 340 KB) .
† To be eligible for a free SPC membership, you must hold an eligible CIBC product at the time you register for the membership, which you must do through CIBC online or mobile banking. Eligible CIBC products include a CIBC Youth or Student bank account, Student credit card or Student line of credit. A complete list of eligible CIBC products can be found at SPC and CIBC. Joint account holders of eligible CIBC products are not eligible for membership. You must also be a legal resident of Canada who is fourteen (14) years of age or over, but under the age of thirty (30) years if the eligible CIBC product you use to qualify for the membership is a student line of credit. The membership will automatically renew and remain in effect for as long as you hold an eligible CIBC product.
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1 CIBC Prime is the variable rate of interest per year declared from time to time to be the prime rate for Canadian dollar loans made by CIBC in Canada. The interest rate on your CIBC Variable-Rate line of credit will change whenever CIBC Prime varies.
2 Underwritten by The Canada Life Assurance Company. A detailed summary of the terms, conditions, limitations, exclusions and other provisions are contained in your Certificate of Insurance, which you receive upon enrolment.