Student Awards & Financial AidStudent Awards & Financial Aid is hosting presentations to help students navigate the various steps in their financial aid journey.

Register now for presentations by Student Awards & Financial Aid

The Student Awards & Financial Aid office will host various presentations throughout the Fall 2022 semester to assist students with navigating the various steps in their financial aid journey.

Register for Session #3 – Septt. 27 – 11 a.m. to noon – OSAP Impact When Dropping Courses - After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

As we near the end of the first month of classes and the financial drop date of Oct. 5, students in receipt of government student financial aid, i.e. OSAP, need to ensure that they understand the impact of dropping courses. This session is designed to help students who may be contemplating dropping a course to understand the minimum course load requirements to maintain government student aid eligibility, in order to make an informed decision.

Are you concerned about your student finances? The 2022-23 Award Profile/Application portal was launched on Aug. 1. It enables allows undergraduate students to apply for merit and need-based scholarships and bursaries. Graduate students are also able to use this portal to apply for certain merit and need-based graduate specific bursaries as well as awards that are open to both undergraduate and graduate students.

Graduate students should also refer to the Graduate Studies website for additional information on graduate scholarship opportunities.

Undergraduate application deadlines vary, so don’t delay applying to maximize award opportunities. Additional key deadlines are as follows:

  • Sept. 30 – Law awards
  • Oct. 15 – General need-based awards
  • Oct. 30 – Application need-based awards

Future topics, session dates, and registration information can be found here.