Ontario Scholarships To Apply For Before School Starts

If you're one of the many post-secondary students returning to in-person learning this fall, it might be time to check out some Ontario scholarships.

Don't worry, you don't have to be a genius to score educational funding, in fact, some of the smaller scholarships can be acquired by filling out a survey.

So if you're looking for some extra cash this fall, you might want to apply to these scholarships ASAP.

CRi Student Personalities and Attitudes Survey

Tuition: $500

School: Any

Why You Should Apply: If you're a high school student thinking about entering college or university this fall, this survey could be a chance to share your thoughts and get paid for it.

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Weber Martin International Award

Tuition: $1,000

School: King's University College

Why You Should Apply: The scholarship is granted to a second-, third- or fourth-year full-time international student with a minimum 70% average, making an attainable goal for all those who are qualified.

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Food for Thought Scholarship

Tuition: $2,000

School: Any Canadian high school, university or college (excluding Quebec)

Why You Should Apply: You could win $1,000 for school and $1,000 for groceries.

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HowToSaveMoney Scholarship

HowToSaveMoney

Tuition: $2,000

School: Any Canadian university or college

Why You Should Apply: You could put extra an $2,000 towards your personal financial journey. This scholarship is looking for students with a 3.5 GPA or above who are in at least their second year of post-secondary studies.

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KOHO’s $2,500 Giveaway

Tuition: $2,500

School: Open to all legal residents of Canada (excluding Quebec) who are 18 years old or older

Why You Should Apply: Open a new no-fee KOHO account for your chance to score $2,500 for your education.

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The BeMo Diversity Advocacy Scholarship

Tuition: $5,000

School: Any Canadian University

Why You Should Apply: The scholarship focuses specifically on helping full-time pre-medical or medical students who are in good academic standing.

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