Financial Assistance Services (FAS) provides all essential information on the different financial assistance programs to which John Abbott students may apply. FAS provides advice on the options available to students and assistance with the various application procedures for financial aid.
The following financial assistance programs can be accessed through FAS:
Government Student Loans and Bursaries Program
You may apply to the Québec loans and bursary program for assistance during your full-time studies.
This program helps students with the cost of their basic needs. Some students may have to cut down on non-essential life expenses to make ends meet and/or obtain part-time employment. The amount awarded to students is based on their annual income as well as on their parents or spouse’s annual income, as applicable.
Note: If you are a Canadian citizen or permanent resident from another province visit www.canlearn.ca for information about government financial aid.
John Abbott College Bursary and Scholarship Funds
Each year, the College awards bursaries and scholarships to its students. Generous donors and the John Abbott College Foundation make it possible for Financial Assistance Services to distribute over $40,000 in financial aid annually. Click here to see complete list.
Canadian Second Language Bursary Program please visit http://www.jexplore.ca/
Off-Campus Scholarship and Bursary Programs
For a complete list of available bursaries and scholarships please contact FAS:
By e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
By phone: 514-457-6610 x 5540
FAS also offers services to registered students who are experiencing major financial difficulties that are putting their studies in jeopardy. Students who are in this situation should meet with the Financial Assistance Officer and visit the Financial Assistance Services community on My JAC Portal
Other Services Available
- Commissioner of Oaths
- Budgeting and Debt Management
- Information on Community and Government Resources