Scholarship, Bursaries & Awards Information

BURSARIES

Bursaries are awarded based on financial need. Occasionally, there may be other requirements for qualification such as membership in a certain organization or enrollment in a specific program. Students must be in good academic standing to receive a bursary. Before applying for a bursary, you should investigate all other forms of financial assistance including:

  • OSAP
  • Part-time employment
  • Scholarships
  • Student line of credit

DURHAM COLLEGE GENERAL BURSARY

Who is eligible to apply?

  • Full-time students attending Durham College
  • Students who are Ontario residents
  • Students who demonstrate financial need

If you have paid or deferred your tuition fees, you must complete the online Student Financial Profile available on the MyCampus website.

FINANCIAL EMERGENCIES

If you are experiencing an emergency financial situation, set up a time to meet with a financial aid officer in the Financial Aid and Awards office in Room SSB205. We will help you understand your options. Registered students can schedule appointments online via MyCampus under the DC Financial Aid tab.

DURHAM COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

IN-COURSE SCHOLARSHIP

Scholarships are awarded to top students enrolled in full-time post-secondary programs. There are no applications for these awards and students are notified of their eligibility through their DCMail e-mail. A scholarship event is held every March.

DONOR AWARDS

Donor awards are available through the generosity of individuals, organizations and corporations in the community. The donor participates in determining the criteria and name of the award.

EXTERNAL AWARDS

External awards are offered to students from outside sources. Information is updated on MyCampus on a monthly basis and includes application and eligibility requirements, and submission deadlines. For additional scholarship and bursary opportunities, visit the following links:

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