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University launches Promise fund for low-income students

Next fall, five low-income students will start their academic careers at Queen’s debt-free.Continue...

Bursary applications surge after OSAP cuts

By the end of February this year, Queen’s had received more bursary applications from incoming students than it had in the entire admissions cycle the year before. A month earlier, the province announced it would cut $670 million from the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP).Continue...

Students grapple with cuts to OSAP

Victoria Preston-Walker, Arts ’20, was prepared to graduate in the spring of 2020 with a degree in philosophy and psychology. In the wake of cuts to the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP), she won’t.Continue...

Chancellor launches new bursary for Indigenous students

In an effort to offer financial and educational support to Indigenous students, Chancellor Jim Leech has set up a $15,000 need-based bursary for Indigenous students.Continue...