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Student Awards & Financial Aid

 


IMPORTANT INFORMATION

IN THE EVENT OF A MAIL DISRUPTION BY CANADA POST

Please do NOT submit your Master Student Financial Assistance Agreement to a designated Canada Post outlet.  If you are holding documents that would normally be submitted to Canada Post to be authorized and sent to the National Student Loan Service Centre, please make a copy of your two pieces of identification (Social Insurance Card and government issued photo identification) and courier the document and copies of your identification to the National Student Loan Service Centre. The address for the courier is provided below:

                  NSLSC
                  2 Robert Speck Parkway, Suite 1400
                  Mississauga, Ontario
                  L4Z 1H8

 

LOAN PAYMENTS MADE BY MAIL

Regular scheduled student loan payments will still be required for those students in repayment.  If you have not yet arranged for pre-authorized payment withdrawals, please visit your lending institution now.


 
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A little bit about us: 

The staff in the Student Awards & Financial Aid Office are dedicated to assisting students with meeting their financial obligations with respect to their post-secondary educational costs.  If you have questions regarding your financial aid eligibility, please contact our office.  You may request an appointment to meet with one of our Financial Aid Specialists or our Financial Aid Administrator if you have special circumstances.

The University of Windsor offers many scholarships, bursaries and awards which are based on both academic merit and financial need.

The Student Awards & Financial Aid Office has a three fold function:

  1. Recognition of academic achievement.
  2. Accommodation of financial need.
  3. Dissemination of information on the various awards available for undergraduate study at the University of Windsor.

A student award may take the form of a citation, medal, gift, prize or grant of money presented to a student. In some instances students must submit an application form for consideration, although some are assigned based strictly on grades. Some awards give consideration to a combination of factors, for example, academic merit, financial need, volunteerism and/or leadership potential.