There are many ways to pay for school
- York's Commitment and Student Access Guarantee
- York Scholarships, Bursaries & Awards
- Government Funding
- Jobs on Campus
- Other Sources
York Scholarships, Awards & Bursaries
For Canadian high-school students
For Canadian college & university transfer and mature students
For International students
For Aboriginal students
For Canadian students
- Ontario Student Assistance Program
- Other provinces' student assistance programs
- External scholarships and awards
For American students
American citizens and permanent residents studying in an undergraduate or graduate program at York can apply for loans through the U.S. Government. It is possible to transfer your FAFSA loans to assist you when studying at York. York's FAFSA code is G07679. More >>
Jobs on Campus
Work/Study, Research at York (RAY), College Life at York (CLAY) and York Engaged Students (YES) programs provide you with part-time, on-campus employment opportunities. Hourly rates vary between $10.25 to $15 depending on the nature of the job. Examples include department and faculty office assistants, research and lab assistants, lab and gallery monitors, and equipment setup crew positions. Apply for these positions in late August/early September by:
- Completing the Current Student Financial Profile, and
- Applying for jobs listed on the Career Centre's Web site.
- Need more information about RAY, CLAY and YES?
- Visit the York International Web pages to learn more about financial assistance available to international students.