FINANCING POST-SECONDARY PLANS
Post-secondary education is an expensive enterprise. While financing your post-secondary education can be a difficult and daunting task, giving yourself time to research and knowing where to look for help will get you started on the right foot.
WEBSITES FOR CANADIAN SCHOLARSHIPS
In addition, you may find scholarship and bursary opportunities from:
- the financial aid section of university and college websites
- your employer
- your parent/guardian’s employer or union
- organizations or clubs in which you and/or your family members belong
W-O NOMINATED SCHOLARSHIPS
There are some major Canadian scholarships that require a nomination by W-O’s Awards Committee. To be eligible, watch for application information on the Guidance Google Classrooms. Students who returned for a 5th year can join the classroom below for updates.
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W-O students can be nominated for the following scholarships by following the processes laid out in the Google Classroom:
ONTARIO STUDENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (OSAP)
OSAP is Ontario’s student support program; offering a mix of grants and loans to thousands of students each year. The Ontario Assistance Program outlines eligibility for grants and loans and includes an estimator for how much aid you may be eligible to receive. Visit ontario.ca/osap for more information.
W-O COMMENCEMENT AWARDS
Every year, some graduates are presented with financial awards at commencement. To be eligible, complete an application for these awards in the spring. Listen for more information on the announcements or check out the Grad bulletin board near the cafeteria.