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Paying tuition is everyone's least favourite part of the university experience, and for good reason.

However, these Ontario scholarships will help you save some cash for the upcoming year. The best part is that you don't have to be smart to claim them. 

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Canada’s Luckiest Student

Value: $50,000

Company: Student Life Network

Why You Should Apply: Forget about grades. You could win a big chunk of tuition money just by clicking a few buttons on your computer.

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Free Tuition

Value: $7,000

School: York University

Why You Should Apply: Score yourself a full-year of tuition at one of Ontario's top-ranked schools. All you need to do is fill out a bit of information about yourself.

Apply Here

KOHO Financial 

Value: $1,000

Company: Koho

Why You Should Apply: It's as easy as opening up a free account.

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Parent Power

Value: $1,000

Company: yconic

Who Should Apply: If you have over-excited parents, all you need to do is get them to fill out a form with information about you for a chance to win.

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Continuing Education Grant

Value: $3,000

Company: Post Continuing Education

Who Should Apply: If you're a woman who had to leave school, but is now thinking about going back, this is the grant for you.

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Win A 2020 Macbook Air

Value: $1,500

Company: Bridge Textbooks

Why You Should Apply: You can score a fancy new laptop for free. All you need to do is be a Toronto student with a textbook to sell.

Apply Here

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