For those who have taken OSAP loans, this is a great opportunity for you to learn more about what happens once you graduate and need to repay all these loans😦.
Trent University Financial Aid Office will be hosting two presentations by the National Student Loan Service Centre on:
Friday, March 25th
1st Presentation at 2:00 p.m.
2nd Presentation at 3:00 p.m.
Champlain College – Room 307
The National Student Loan Centre expert will provide valuable money saving tips for all students.
It’s a great chance to ask lots of questions so better attend one of these seminars!!
Trent University gives its students multiple opportunities to finance their university education.
Awards and Bursaries available at Trent:
- International study abroad awards
- Canadian and International students who are accepted into study abroad programs are eligible to apply for these specific International Study Awards (Students are also eligible to apply for any bursaries listed in the academic calendar.)
- International student bursaries
- To qualify for bursaries, students must demonstrate financial need, be in good academic standing in 5 Trents’ credits. To be eligible to apply for our international in-course scholarships students must have a minimum average of 80% in at least 4 Trent credits. It is important that you make arrangements to fund your complete degree program and be certain that you will have funds available not only for the first year of studies but for the whole degree program as we will be unable to provide significant financial assistance. Read more…
For prospective and current Trent University students, the estimate fees for the September-April semester in (CDN$), will be posted in early June.
For those living on their own for the first time, managing finances can be an overwhelming task, especially if you don’t know what to expect when you arrive at University. Read more…