Scholarship information session -

Scholarship information session -

SCHOLARSHI P INFORMATIO N SESSION SEPTEMBER 2019 Ms. Khatri FACTS The average undergraduate student in Canada graduates with $27,000 worth of debt.

According to Statistics Canadas Youth In Transition Survey, 36% of students who ceased their studies early cited financial reasons. Source: Statistics Canada COSTS OF EDUCATION- YORK U FEES & EXPENSES

DOMESTIC INTERNATIO NAL Full-time tuition for most programs (5 courses + all essential supplementary fees) $6,980.70 $29,495.70 Non-Essential supplementary fees (students may opt out)

$85.80 $85.80 Textbooks and supplies (estimated) $1,200 $1,500 varies by program $1,200 $1,500 varies by

program Residence (double room)** $5,922 $5,922 Meal plan (mandatory if living in some residences) $3,500 to 5,000

$3,500 to 5,000 Personal expenses living on campus (entertainment and other) $2,500 $2,500 Living off campus (apartment rental, utilities, meals) $11,000

$11,000 Personal expenses if living off campus (entertainment, transportation) $4,000 $4,000 $254.52 $891 (UHIP plus

YFS or Glendon Plan. For updates to UHIP visit YI.) Health and dental care Most students belong to the York Federation of Students (YFS) health plan. Exceptions: Osgoode and Glendon students WHERE DO I BEGIN?

Begin your research early Look closely at the colleges and universities that you are applying to for their own Entrance Scholarships For example, York University offers automatic scholarships and awards, and others that require an application. For more information go to: General Scholarships Community Scholarships

Maple Graduation Awards MAPLE HS GUIDANCE WEBPAGE Please check the MAPLE HS Guidance webpage regularly to see the scholarship opportunities posted. The scholarship name, along with the link to the application and the deadline, will be posted. Visit:

Guidance Financing Your Education Maple High School Scholarship/Bursary Page HOW DO I FIND SCHOLARSHIPS, BURSARIES AND AWARDS? get matched with money for school great financial planning tools here provides interactive

planning tools to help you make important decisions about saving for, selecting and financing your post secondary education College/University Financial Aid Office Websites SCHOLARSHIPS CANADA FACTS Of the 7, 363 individual scholarships listed in the 2014 Entrance Awards directory there are:

17 that require some kind of agricultural involvement; 262 that require athletic involvement; 631 that require some sort of extracurricular activity 615 that require school or community service 80 that require the student to have a general disability And there are many more qualifications beyond just grades


Real students DO win real money There are thousands of scholarships and awards that reward students for non-academic attributes: Being creative Being nice

Volunteering Playing hockey, soccer etc. Where you live

Your heritage or what languages you speak Entering a contest, responding to a survey Source: WHAT TYPE OF STUDENTS ARE SCHOLARSHIP PROVIDERS LOOKING TO REWARD? In addition to academic success and financial need, scholarship providers look for applications who can

demonstrate: Originality and Passion what makes you stand out from all the other applicants? Volunteering & Community Service do you give back to the community? Have you volunteered beyond the 40 hour requirement? Leadership & Initiative are you a founding member or have you taken an active role in a club or organization? Talent Do you have a vision? Scholarships reward fresh thinking and new ideas Special targeted areas specific heritage or cultural background, gender, special needs, geography and more Source:

STUDENT LOANS OSAP (Ontario Student Assistance Program) You can apply for OSAP once you accept a program (mid to late June) OSAP is only meant to supplement ones educational costs, not pay entirely Payments happen in two installments 60% in the Fall, 40% in the Winter York University OSAP Presentation

SCHOLARSHIP TIMELINES The Guidance Department will post and announce scholarships on a regular basis from September to June. All of this information can also be found at

Additional information related to Scholarships may be found on the bulletin board directly outside of guidance. Students applying for scholarships are reminded it is your responsibility to meet all deadlines. There are an abundance of scholarship opportunities available; we encourage you to go on these sites, see what is out there, and apply to as many as possible.

SCHOLARSHIP TIMELINES Make an appointment with your Guidance counsellor to ask questions about the process or get help with up-coming applications Organize your documents early (transcript requests, letters of references)

Dont wait until the last minute start your work well ahead of deadlines MAPLE HIGH SCHOOL AWARDS Check the Maple HS website to look for information about applying for the Graduation Awards. These applications will be due in May.

Lieutenant Governors Community Volunteer Award Enrico Cimino Memorial Award Directors Achievement Award Roy Foss Leadership Award The Student Trustee Award for Character City of Vaughan Proficiency Award Lions Club Award Maple Perseverance Award

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