The Financial Aid and Student Awards Office provides financial support and advice to help students fund their college education through government and donor funding, and to recognize student excellence. We are here to assist with the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP), scholarships, grants, and bursaries as well as the Work Study program. Financial planning, including budget advising, is also available. The Financial Aid and Student Awards Office is located in Room E2020 at the London Campus (519) 452-4280.
Applications for Graduation Awards are being accepted by Student Awards until February 12, 2016.
Fanshawe's Entrance Bursary opens on February 3, 2016. Apply for the Entrance Bursary using your Fanshawe Username and Password. Don't remember your Username and Password, go to WebAdvisor. (Hint: this was emailed to you when you first applied to Fanshawe.)
Financial readiness sessions
Do you need help with your OSAP application?
Come to one of our helpful financial readiness sessions (details below) or contact the Financial Aid Office in room E2020, by phone (519) 452-4280, by email FAD@fanshawec.ca for assistance.
Students needing assistance applying for OSAP, completing bursary applications, planning and budgeting or students with general questions about Financial Aid and Student Awards can drop in to one of the weekly "Financial Readiness" sessions:
In order to work on your OSAP application you will need the information listed on the OSAP Applicant Information document. For example, your Social Insurance Number is required to start your application or proof of your SIN to reset your OSAP password. More information on ID requirements.
Complete all the steps required to receive your OSAP funding. Please refer to the How to Get Your OSAP Funding document for instructions once you submit your online OSAP application.
For all other Financial Aid matters contact the Financial Aid Office.
The Financial Aid Office administers a number of financial assistance programs.
Download a copy of our financial guide, Money Matters: Helping You Pay For Your College Education.
Part-time studies and continuing education bursary
Students studying part-time in Continuing Education or during the day, with low family income may be eligible for assistance with the cost of tuition and books. More information about bursaries at Fanshawe.