Students who are taking less than a 60% course load are considered to be part-time students for the Federal and Ontario government programs. To determine your enrolment status for financial assistance, please contact the Student Awards Office. The type of financial assistance available could vary depending on your enrolment status.
Canadian citizens or permanent residents of Canada who have a low income and are enrolled in a part-time program may be eligible for the Part-time Canada Student Loan/Canada Student Grant program. To be eligible a student must:
Applications forms are available from the Student Awards Office or from your provincial/territorial Ministry.
For more information about the Canada Student Loan and Canada Student Grant Program please visit the CanLearn website.
Student with a low income who are studying part-time due to family responsibilities or other personal circumstances may be eligible to apply for the Ontario Special Bursary. To be eligible for this program a student must:
Further information on the Ontario Special Bursary is avaiable on the OSAP webstie..
Applications are available at the Student Awards office or from the OSAP website.
All registerd Queen's students (including part-time students) may qualify for both merit and need based funding. Please visit the following sections of the Student Awards website for further information:
The Queen's Work Study program is designed to assist those students who demonstrate financial need find a part-time job on campus. Part-time students may be eligible for Work Study, however you must be registered in a minimum 60% course load (or 40% course load for students with a permanent disability) in order to be considered for the program. Please visit the Work Study Program section of the website for more information including the Work Study application.