Financial Aid Services

Financial Aid Services

Financial Aid Officer: Jennifer Diego (

Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP)

The Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) offers Ontario residents access to two types of educational funding; OSAP offers grants, which do not need to be repaid and loans that do need to be repayed. Both the Ontario government and federal government provide money for this program, and there is no application fee to apply for OSAP.

Canada Christian College is recognized and students have access to the full OSAP funding. For more information, see: Students should apply in the early summer, since the government applications may take up to 12 weeks for processing.

Eligibility For OSAP

To be eligible for OSAP you must meet the following requirements:

  • Be and Ontario resident that is also a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person.
  • Be enrolled in a degree program (Bachelors, Masters, or Doctorate) in either part-time or full-time studies at Canada Christian College.

How Much Can I Get?

The amount of OSAP funding varies in accordance with the need of each student that applies to the program, and is determined by multiple factors. Click the link below that will bring you to the OSAP funding calculator to find how much you are eligible to receive!

*Note: when selection the type of institution, please choose ‘Private Career College’ for the most accurate estimate*

Scholarships and Bursaries

The college, through the generosity of friends, has a limited amount of money available for bursaries. Amounts range from $100 to $1000 per academic year. Bursaries are given to full-time students as a gift based on the student’s financial need. A bursary becomes a loan if the student fails to complete the year for which the bursary was granted. Applicants desiring financial assistance from the college must submit their completed admission application and the financial assistance application to the college no later than July 31 to be considered as the college resources allow.

Credit System & Tuition Fees

Each course has a semester hour credit value (Semester Credit). Most courses offered are three semester hours. In order to graduate from a program, a student must accumulate the specified number of credits as well as meet the requirements outlined by the program.


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