financial aid

Ten Schulich leaders join the Class of 2024

Up to 100 entrepreneurial, STEM-focused high school students across Canada are awarded the Schulich Leader Scholarship every year. This fall, 10 of the winners decided to attend Queen’s.Continue...

Work Study program to restart remotely in the fall

Following sudden cancellations in the recent winter term, the University is reviewing details for the fall term Work Study program.Continue...

Queen’s Rector and Undergraduate Trustee advocate for lower tuition in fall term

Undergraduate Trustee Shoshannah Bennett-Dwara and Rector Sam Hiemstra released a joint statement on May 25 calling for the University to lower tuition in the fall term.Continue...

Rector gears bursary toward COVID-19 relief

As COVID-19 continues to disrupt summer opportunities for students across the University, the Rector is providing additional financial aid through a bursary.Continue...

Queen’s has provided more than $2.7 million in emergency funding to students during COVID-19 crisis

Queen’s has provided more than $2.7 million in emergency bursary funding for students who have experienced unexpected financial struggles due to COVID-19.Continue...

Statistics Canada releases survey about impact of COVID-19 on post-secondary students

A recent Statistics Canada survey has confirmed students are worried about their studies, financial situations, and jobs because of the COVID-19 pandemic.Continue...

International students stranded in Kingston

As countries close their borders to prevent the spread of COVID-19, many international students are facing the possibility of an unplanned summer in Canada.Continue...

Federal government announces $9 billion in COVID-19 student financial aid

Designed with students in mind, the new Canada Emergency Student Benefit (CESB) is addressing student financial concerns caused by COVID-19.Continue...

AMS partners with OUSA on financial aid survey

As the academic year comes to a close amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, the AMS is pledging focus on student advocacy.Continue...

What you need to know from February’s Senate meeting

During the Feb. 26 Senate meeting, the University expressed plans to support student enrollment next year through direct communication and financial support programs.Continue...

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