Financial Aid & Scholarships
Resources. Assistance. Advice. All Within Your Reach.
We know that financing a university education is no small undertaking. It may involve a mix of financial resources — from student awards to government grants to part-time employment.
It will also involve, most importantly, you.
In addition to financial aid programs, prospective students and their families may wish to consider resources beyond those offered by the government and institution. These may include RESPs; external awards and scholarships offered by community organizations or companies; financial assistance and loans offered through banks and credit unions; part-time employment income; and contributions from family members.
At U of T, our goal is to help students bring their dream of a university education within reach.
At the University of Toronto, we are committed to ensuring that no student admitted to one of our programs should ever be unable to enter or complete it due to a lack of financial means. Explore some of our key resources today — and set yourself up for a successful educational journey.
University of Toronto Financial Aid (UTAPS)
Will your OSAP or government financial aid not quite cover all your costs? UTAPS is for full-time students who receive the maximum government financial aid available but whose funding still doesn’t cover all their university costs. UTAPS helps fill the financial gap. Ontario residents must be receiving OSAP to be considered. If you’re receiving financial aid from another Canadian province, territory or a First Nations band, you may be eligible for UTAPS too.
Use the Financial Aid/ UTAPS Online Estimator to get an estimate of how much Financial Aid/ UTAPS funding you could receive. This can help with planning your finances for your University studies.