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Huron University College understands that financing post-secondary education can be challenging. We are dedicated to working with students in financial need by offering assistance with OSAP, bursaries and work study. The Faculty of Theology also offers assistance to its master's students.

OSAP and Government Loans

To ensure consistency of this information and centralization of revisions, the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities has requested that we direct students with policy questions to their website.  Please visit the OSAP website for the most up-to-date information on OSAP, and tools such as the OSAP Aid Estimator and Repayment Calculator.

Bursary/Work Study Application
Bursaries are non-repayable grants offered by the university that are awarded on the basis of financial need.  Bursaries supplement a student's primary source of funding such as OSAP, bank loan/line of credit and parental/spousal contributions.  Financial need is determined in a manner similar to the Canada and Ontario Student Loans assessment.  It involves assessing the costs of the program that students are registered in, as well as any available resources (RESP's, part-time employment, etc.).

In order to be eligible for bursary assistance, students must be Canadian citizens or permanent residents, be registered at Huron in a full or part-time program and demonstrate genuine financial need.

Bursaries can be applied for at any time as the need arises until funds are exhausted.  There is no deadline.

For financial aid related to summer courses, please contact finaid@uwo.ca.


If you are the first in your family to attend post-secondary education, you may qualify for the Ontario First Generation Bursary.

If you have any concerns regarding your experience with the Financial Aid Office, please contact Deborah Lucas, Vice Principal of Finance and Administration, at dlucas4@uwo.ca

  • Bursaries for MTS/M.Div. Students

  • The Faculty of Theology offers financial aid/bursaries to M.Div. and MTS students on the basis of need, with attention to the guidelines of the Association of Theological Schools. Full-time M.Div. or MTS students in any year of the programs should submit an application by May 31 for assistance in the coming year. In considering applications, first priority will be given to students sponsored by a diocese of the Anglican Communion; others will receive assistance only if sufficient funds are available.

    Deadline:  May 31 each year

    Form:  download here (pdf)

  • Bursaries for Graduate MA Students

  • Students receiving these bursaries must apply for departmental work.  See the Faculty. This bursary support is available both to Canadian and to international students.

    Bursary support continues through the normal length of the degree (2 years for full-time and 3 years for part-time students).

    Full-time MA Students

    Currently, the program offers a $2,000 bursary per academic Term to full-time students, for the six terms of the program. This support can be supplemented by earnings from graduate-level employment, typically at the rate of $15 per hour to a maximum of 10 hours per week, for instance as a Research or Marking Assistant.

    Part-time MA Students

    A $500 bursary is currently given to qualifying part-time students.