Tag: student financial profile

Posted by York & U on August 1, 2017

I know, I know: if you’re a York U student, you’re currently busy enjoying your last few weeks of summer and you don’t want your vacation to end. However, I have some important news ...
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Posted by Sunera on December 20, 2013

Here are some suggestions for what you could be doing to prepare for transition to University over your winter break. Apply through Ontario University Application Centre (OUAC)  Current Ontario Secon ...
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Posted by York & U on January 17, 2013

Hopefully by now you have at least browsed through York’s scholarships page and made note of the criteria for applying for financial awards. While browsing, you probably noticed the term Student Fin ...
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Posted by York & U on January 12, 2013

While your calendar is probably filled up with red inked deadlines, here are a few additional and important ones to make special note. February 1: The first of February marks the deadline for the Go ...
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Posted by York & U on January 8, 2013

Let’s face it; a university education isn’t exactly inexpensive. There are many expenses that come along with attending post-secondary including tuition, books and housing (just to name a few). Yo ...
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Posted by York & U on March 21, 2012

Remember the Student Financial Profile (SFP) I told you about a little ways back? It’s the online form that allows you to apply for a variety of York scholarships and also acts as part of the applic ...
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Posted by York & U on March 7, 2012

It’s March, and things are starting to get a little exciting. While some people have started to receive their offers, others are just submitting – or starting to think about submitting – their a ...
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Posted by York & U on January 18, 2012

 Now that you submitted your application, it’s time to start thinking about how you will pay for your education. Scholarships and awards provide funding for qualified students, but you need to make ...
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Posted by York & U on January 16, 2012

Aside from deciding what to study, one of the first things people usually wonder about when it comes to university is how they are going to pay for it. A university degree is certainly an investment, ...
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