Scholarships & Financial Aid
Check out the list of local, provincial & national scholarships for eligible CDDHS students!
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Summer 2020 Scholarships – Click here to check out a list of scholarships you may be eligible for (Source: ScholarTree)
Other Scholarship Tips
- Check with private organizations, such as insurance companies, employment unions & banks to see if they offer scholarships/bursaries.
- Check if the schools you applied to offer entrance scholarships. Students are automatically considered (no application necessary) for entrance scholarships, based on their academic average.
- Contact the Financial Aid Office at your respective college & universities to gain a better understanding of what is offered at that institution, in first-year and beyond. Scroll down for more information.
- Check out the Scholarship Report in the Lion’s Den containing upcoming award deadlines – published every couple of months.
*Please make an appointment with a guidance counsellor to discuss scholarships/bursaries in more detail.
Did you know that Centre Dufferin receives a copy of “The Scholarship Report”?
The Scholarship Report is an online newsletter for high school guidance counsellors and students. It features current national and provincial scholarship listings as well as helpful tips in the search for all forms of postsecondary funding. Information on University/College Open Houses, application deadlines and fees, the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) and other material pertinent to the graduating high school student is also provided. Pick up a copy of The Scholarship Report in the Lion’s Den beside Guidance.
Did you know that colleges and universities have Financial Aid Offices?
All colleges and universities have their own scholarships, bursaries and grants – some program specific and some not. Visit the colleges’ and universities’ websites to see what each has to offer.
There are two kinds of support: 1) Entrance – which students apply for as a new student to the school before starting their studies 2) In-course – which students apply for once enrolled in and attending the school. There are many large in-course scholarships and bursaries so students should continue to seek information on these from the Students’ Financial Aid Office at their post-secondary school. Click here for a list of financial aid office contact information for colleges & universities.
Would you like to know more about OSAP?
Click here to visit the OSAP website.
Ontario Universities – University Entrance Scholarships & Bursaries
Ontario Colleges – Paying for College
Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) – www.osap.gov.on.ca
Scholarship Tips – seekingscholarships.com
Scholarships Canada – http://www.scholarshipscanada.com/
Scholar Tree – https://scholartree.ca/
School Finder – https://www.schoolfinder.com/
Universities Canada Programs & Scholarships – https://www.univcan.ca/programs-and-scholarships/
Youth Scope- http://www.youthscope.org/
Yconic – https://yconic.com/