Canada Student Grant for Full-Time Students
The Canada Student Grant for Full-Time Students from is available to low and middle-income students enrolled in a full-time undergraduate program at a designated post-secondary institution.
This Grant is not available to students from the Northwest Territories, Nunavut and Quebec because they their own student financial assistance programs.
You are eligible if you:
- apply and qualify for student financial assistance (have at least $1 of assessed financial need);
- are from a low or middle-income family as defined by the Canada Student Loans Program; and
- are enrolled full-time in an undergraduate degree, diploma, or certificate program that is at least two years (60 weeks) in duration at a designated post-secondary institution.
|Family size (Number of people)||Previous year’s gross annual family income|
|For maximum grant (If gross family income is below these amounts for family size, the student qualifies for the maximum grant)||For grant cut-off (If gross family income is at or above these amounts for family size, the student does not qualify for the grant)|
|7 or more||$79,373||$138,897|
How much you could receive
You could receive up to $375 per month of study, assuming you are enrolled in an eight-month school year. You can receive this grant for each year of your undergraduate studies as long as you still qualify.
If you need $5,000 and you qualify for the Canada Student Grant for Full‑Time Students, you will receive a grant ranging from $100 to $3,000 (assuming you study for eight months). Depending on your family size and income, you might then qualify for a Canada Student Loan ranging from $2,000 (if you received the maximum grant of $3,000) to $4,900 minimum grant of $100).
Your eligibility for the Canada Student Grant is for Full-Time Students is automatically considered when you apply and qualify for student financial assistance through your province or territory of residence.
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