Investing in your future may require some help along the way.
Toronto Metropolitan University offers financial aid to eligible students, as well as many scholarships and bursaries specifically for Indigenous students.
Scholarships and Bursaries
Financial aid is available to you through scholarships, bursaries, government loans and
Here are examples of 2 awards for Indigenous students available at Toronto Met.
- The Frank. H. Hori Award for Aboriginal Students recognizes 2 Indigenous students who demonstrate financial need at Toronto Metropolitan University for their academic achievements and their connection to the Indigenous community.
- The Aboriginal Student Award is given annually by the Toronto Metropolitan University Faculty Association. The award acknowledges the efforts of 2 Indigenous students who maintain academic proficiency, and who can demonstrate a commitment to social justice or labour relations both on and off campus.
Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP)
A student loan through OSAP is one of the ways that you can finance your postsecondary education.
Work-study Program and Part-time Work
The Career Boost program at Toronto Met can help eligible students find part-time work at the University. Some of the jobs available to you might include helping professors with research or working at campus organizations such as the Aboriginal Student Centre.