Financial Aid

  • Money matters and the cost of attending college can be a little daunting. But that’s where the Office of the Registrar & Financial Aid Services can help. We can assist you in applying for OSAP loans, bursaries and scholarships, finding on-campus employment and can even meet with you to develop a solid budget.

  • OSAP Loans

    OSAP

    The Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) is a financial aid program that can make it easier for students to fund their college dreams. The program offers funding for school through two kinds of money:

    • Grants: money you don’t have to pay back
    • Student Loans: money you need to repay

    Free Tuition

    OSAP has changed. Thousands of students across the province are now eligible for free tuition and more generous grants. The Ontario government has introduced an online calculator to quickly determine how much financial assistance you’re eligible for.

    See how much you’ll receive with the online calculator.

    Funding is available for both full and part-time post-secondary students, and is based on a number of factors, including your family income.


    Scholarships & Bursaries

  • Money matters. That's why at Lambton College we provide many options for scholarships and bursaries to help students invest in their potential. Scholarships and bursaries are awarded through our various donors for academic excellence, extra-curricular activities, community involvement, and financial need. Each award is unique in its criteria, application process and amount awarded.

    For the 2019-2020 academic year, we gave away over $1 million to over 1,000 students at Lambton College.

    What’s the Difference?

    Bursary
    An award given to a student who demonstrates financial need. Additional criteria may also be considered, for example, grade point average or extra-curricular activities.
    Scholarship
    An award based on merit or academic excellence. Scholarships may be awarded based on faculty, donor or committee selections. Additional criteria may also be considered, for example, volunteer, leadership or community involvement.

    Have a Look

    Any student who has applied to Lambton College can access our internal Scholarships and Bursaries page via myLambton.ca. By using your C# and password (you would have received when you applied) you can login and start reviewing a wide variety of scholarships and bursaries that you may be eligible for.


    On-Campus Employment

    work on campus

    Juggling a part-time job before, after and in-between classes can sometimes be a challenge. Students at Lambton College can apply for on-campus employment through either the Work Study or Employment Between Academic Terms programs. These positions financially assist students and help develop valuable career skills and experiences while making it easier to work on campus when your school schedule permits.

    Work Study Program
    Part-time employment for qualifying students during the school year (September - April)
    Employment Between Academic Terms (EBAT)
    Full-time employment for qualifying students during the summer while on break (May - August)

  • Contact

  • Office of the Registrar & Financial Aid Services

    Room: B1-151
    1457 London Road Sarnia, ON N7S 6K4

    registrar@​lambtoncollege.ca

  • Hours of Operation

  • September to April

    Monday - Friday
    8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

    May to August

    Monday - Friday
    8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

  • Program-Specific Questions

    Select your program from the drop-down and contact your program-specific Enrolment Services Professional (ESP):


  • For questions regarding the following, contact:


  • Transcript Production

    Verification of Enrolment (Domestic Students)

    International Verification of Education

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