30% Off Ontario Tuition
Frequently asked questions: 30% off Ontario tuition.
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If you can’t get the information needed for your application because your family connection has broken down, contact your financial aid office. They can help you determine if you can request a review on the basis of family breakdown. Find a financial aid
No. This is a grant, not a loan. Apply online
The grant is based on the average undergraduate arts and science university and college tuition in Ontario. Because it is based on average tuition, the grant does not equal 30% of tuition for some students. Student loans, grants, scholarships and bursarie
No. If you enrolled in a bridge training program, you are not eligible for this grant. Bridge training programs are not programs you can apply to or enter directly from high school. In some cases, you could be eligible for OSAP or financial assistance thr
I haven’t been able to attend full-time post-secondary studies within 4 years of leaving high school. Am I still eligible for the 30% off tuition grant?FAQ
If you were unable to attend 4 years of full-time postsecondary studies since completing high school (or 6 years of full-time studies if you have a permanent disability), because: of a medical condition or disability-related leave (e.g., hospitalization,
If I am receiving a full tuition waiver from my school can I still qualify for the 30% Off tuition grant?FAQ
No. Students who receive a full tuition waiver from their school are not eligible for the 30% off tuition grant.
To be eligible, your parent(s) income is verified with the Canada Revenue Agency. The only way income can be verified (and you can qualify for the grant) is if your parent(s) file an income tax return. The income verified is based on your academic year. I
Students in second-entry programs, like law, medicine and graduate studies, are not eligible for the grant. You could, however, still qualify for OSAP – which includes many non-repayable grants. Universities also offer a wide range of school-specific fina
Yes. The tuition grant is available to full-time Ontario students attending one of Ontario's publicly-funded colleges or universities or a private postsecondary school in Ontario approved for OSAP purposes. How to Apply
No, Second Career recipients are not eligible for this grant. Second Career is a program that helps unemployed, laid-off workers retrain in order to transition to a new career. It provides support for tuition, books, transportation and a basic living allo