Applying for Financial Support

You may be eligible for tuition and other student financial support based on your community’s education and post-secondary program policy and eligibility requirements.

If you are a member of one of Kenjgewin Teg’s member First Nations located on Mnidoo Mnising (Manitoulin Island), be sure to contact the administration office where you are a member and ask for post-secondary education service assistance to see if you are eligible for tuition and/or other financial support:

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Outdoor presentation

Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP)

While a great source of financial assistance for students in Ontario, it is important for current and new students to fully understand their commitments and responsibilities when applying and accepting OSAP assistance. Financial literacy is important for students when considering OSAP financial support.

The Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) also has unique opportunities for Indigenous students and non-Indigenous post-secondary students who are residents of Ontario. Find out more information here:

If you would like to contact us as you plan your post-secondary studies, our team will do our best to assist you in meeting your goals (705-377-4342 / Kenjgewin Teg Student Services).

Ask about our programs!

For more information, to inquire about past/future program offerings, or if there is a program that you’re interested in that is not listed above, send an inquiry to us! We’d love to hear from you.