Fees and Financial Aid
As an Academic Bridging student, you will have access to financial aid that can help cover some of your expenses. Several financial aid options are explained below. We encourage you to speak with an advisor at Woodsworth College about any financial challenges you are facing while registered in our program.
The approximate cost of the Academic Bridging Program for the 2022-2023 academic session is as follows:
- $1,800 for the part-time option
- $5,500 for the full-time options
- a non-refundable $95 application fee
Please contact us if you have questions about fees and financial aid.
Bursaries and grants
Noah Meltz Grant
Students admitted to the part-time Arts option are encouraged to apply to the Noah Meltz grant, which may cover up to the full cost of tuition and provide some additional funds for books and transportation. Instructions to apply for this are provided with your Offer of Admission. You should apply even if you don’t think you are eligible. If you received student assistance in the past, this can sometimes affect your eligibility. Please contact us if you have questions about fees and financial aid.
- Registered students can also apply for a Woodsworth College Grant – learn more on our Financial Aid page.
- Woodsworth College also has scholarships for Academic Bridging graduates – students are automatically considered for these upon successful completion of the program.
Students admitted to the Academic Bridging Program on a full-time basis may apply for the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP). This provincial financial aid program may cover educational costs and some living costs for students registered full-time. If you received student assistance in the past, this can sometimes affect your eligibility. Please contact us if you have questions about fees and financial aid.
Financial Planning Calculator
The U of T online Financial Planning Calculator can help you estimate approximately how much money you will need to cover tuition and fees, housing costs, food and other expenses for the upcoming academic year.
Registered students have access to an Awards Officer at Woodsworth College, who provides financial aid guidance. This may include help with budgeting, assistance with financial aid applications and understanding the cost of degree studies. If you are a registered student in need of financial aid advising, be sure to request an appointment at firstname.lastname@example.org.