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The work study program is designed to provide work opportunities to full-time post-secondary or post-diploma students with a demonstrated financial need. More info on Work Study
Fanshawe Student Union Student Bursary
- Available for Fanshawe Student Union employees who are currently enrolled in a full time post secondary program with a minimum GPA of 2.0
- Student must demonstrate financial need
- Student must have completed at least 50 hours of work for the FSU during the Fall semester of study
- Student must meet Ontario Residency criteria
- Student must meet Canadian Citizenship criteria
- Applications will be made available, upon request, to eligible students by contacting the Student Awards Office
Student Assistance Bursaries
Fanshawe College Student Assistance Bursaries have been established by the College, in accordance with Ministry
guidelines related to tuition fees. These bursaries are available to students who have a demonstrated financial
need while in school. Both educational and personal expenses related to program study will be considered. Students
attending on a full-time basis within a post-secondary or post-diploma program at Fanshawe College are eligible to
For more Bursary Information, visit:
The Student Awards office administers all of the Fanshawe Colleges donor-funded awards, bursaries and scholarships. More info on Student Awards
Student Life Educational Fund
The purpose of the Student Life Educational Fund is to help defray the cost of educational and extra activities that are relevant to the students education. To qualify for the Student Life Educational Fund, the activity must not be an academic requirement for a College course and participants must be full-time post-secondary students.
Visit our Student Life Educational Fund page to learn more.
Tuition Set Aside Fund
What is it?
In 1997 a decision was made that required colleges to
retain 30 percent of additional revenue from tuition increases for student financial aid.
Over 45 percent of college students in Ontario depend on
financial assistance from the government through OSAP (Ontario Student Assistance Program). Many others also
rely on financial assistance through other sources such as bank loans, academic scholarships, and parental
How can a student access these funds?
Fill out a bursary form or apply for a work-study position
Learn more about OSAP (Ontario Student Assistance Program) and what grants, scholarships, bursaries, and loans are available to help pay for your education. More info on OSAP
Would you like to make an appeal regarding a financial decision? If you would like to make an appeal you can drop by E2020 to pick up an appeal information pamphlet and an application or contact FSU Advocacy and Communications Coordinator Chelsea Bancroft in SC1000 or email email@example.com, or call 519.452.4109 ext. 6341
If you have any questions about financial aid, email FSU Finance Coordinator Julia Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org
, or call 519.452.4109 ext. 6303