At first glance, the thought of financing a university education might be overwhelming. It need not be. The New College Registrar’s Office is here to offer help and assistance. Our priority is to provide you with the best possible financial service and counselling in support of your educational goals.
New College has a wide range of financial aid programs to assist with funding your education. Our scholarships, need-based scholarships and bursaries provide numerous awards to qualified students. The University of Toronto also provides assistance through work study programs.
Merit-Based Awards and Scholarships
These scholarships and awards are usually awarded based on academic performance.
Scholarships are awarded primarily for academic achievement, but some may also consider need or require achievement in other areas such as leadership, artistic endeavors or athletics. Some are awarded on admission to the University, based on secondary school performance, others are awarded in-course, on the basis of university performance.
Learn more about some of the scholarships available to New College students here
Several graduation book prizes, for excellence in specific subject areas, are awarded upon graduation. Recipients are notified in June prior to the New College Convocation Ceremony.
Honour awards, for contribution to student life are made annually to students who have been active in college/university life.
More information on scholarships and awards can be found here.
Needs-Based Financial Assistance
The Registrar’s Office provides confidential advising appointments, emergency assistance, help with financial planning, and information concerning need-based scholarships, bursaries and student loans. To make an appointment, please contact the New College Registrar’s Office:
More information on needs-based financial assistance can be found here.
Visit the U of T Finances page to learn more about the Ontario Student Assistance Program.