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Heritage Scholarships & Bursaries
The following College scholarships are awarded each year. The monetary amounts listed are the expected scholarship values for the upcoming school year. However, Heritage reserves the right to adjust these amounts as necessary.
Heritage College Scholarships
William Marshall College Leadership Entrance Scholarship
Academic Entrance Scholarships
Matching Entrance Scholarships
Returning Student Scholarships
Heritage Dean’s Entrance Scholarships
Heritage awards bursaries as funds are donated for student assistance. Applications are available at the Registrar’s Office. Bursaries are normally awarded in the second year of a degree program.
Seniors are eligible for a 50% discount on the comprehensive fee. “Senior” is defined as age 55 or over. This applies only to courses taken for credit, and does not apply to distance learning courses. Other associated fees are as stated in the fee schedule. This is only applicable to courses taken in Cambridge.
The spouse of a full-time student will receive a 50% discount on the comprehensive fee. “Full-time” refers to a student taking at least 3 courses (minimum 9 credit hours). The spouse eligible for the discount is considered to be the one taking the fewer credit hours.
Bursary offered to new students from a distance to facilitate full-time attendance at Heritage College & Seminary. Please review the application form for eligibility requirements. Students qualifying may receive the following:
Bursaries may be available as funds are donated for general student assistance. In attempt to be responsible in the distribution of these funds, all applicants are required to complete the following application.
Scholarship Committee Members
David Kiff - Committee Chair; Finance Manager
Tuition & Fees
Other Sources for Scholarships and Awards
www.StudentAwards.com - offers scholarships and awards to Canadian students wishing to pursue post-secondary studies.
Canada Loans & Student Grants
The Canada Student Loans Program and the Canada Student Grants Program help by providing student financial assistance in the form of loans and grants to Canadians attending post-secondary education in most provinces and territories.
Loans – money that you pay back
Grants – money that you do not pay back
The federal government’s student loans and grants make it easier for Canadian students and families to obtain a post-secondary education. Post-secondary education opens doors by providing better job opportunities. More Canadians are investing in their future by pursuing post-secondary education.
What is OSAP?
The Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) provides eligible students with various types of assistance based on financial need. This assistance is intended to supplement, not to replace, the resources of you and your family. Detailed information is available on the OSAP website.
Types of Assistance
Loans - Canada-Ontario Integrated Student Loan (interest-free while a student is attending post-secondary school full time)
• Canada Student Grant for Persons with Permanent Disabilities
• Canada Student Grant for Persons from Low-Income Families
• Canada Student Grant for Persons from Middle Income Families
• Canada Student Grant for Persons with Dependants
• Ontario Access Grant
• Ontario Access Grant for Crown Wards
Out of Province Assistance
Each year, students may complete an application for financial assistance in their home province. All applications require a minimum of four to six weeks to process, so be sure to apply early. All provinces have access for students to apply online.
Heritage students have been approved by the U.S. Veteran’s Assistance for the payment of benefits. Students should apply early as the student’s program must be evaluated by the Veteran’s Administration.
Workplace Safety & Insurance Board
Heritage has qualified in certain cases as a retraining program under WSIB. An individual considering obtaining funding assistance through WSIB should speak with his or her WSIB Counsellor.
Heritage, being a degree-granting institution, is recognized by the First Nations as an institution of post-secondary education. Qualifying students may be eligible for funding assistance from their band council.