Financial Aid

Financial Aid

Paying for College

As you embark on your post-secondary journey, you may begin to worry about how you will be able to manage the costs associated with going to college.

Lambton College has a helpful and knowledgeable team to help you along the way. We’re here to support you with:

  • Applying for OSAP
  • Scholarships and Bursaries
  • On-campus employment
  • Budgeting
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Funding Options

OSAP Loans

The Ontario Student Assistance Program is a financial aid program that makes it easier for student to fund their college dreams. The program offers funding for post-secondary education through two kinds of money:

  • Grants – money you don’t have to pay back
  • Loans – money you do have to pay back
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Scholarships & Bursaries

There are several scholarships and bursaries at Lambton College that many students aren’t aware of. After you’ve chosen Lambton College, it is recommended that you start looking at all the scholarship and bursary options.

Scholarships and bursaries are awarded through various donors for:

  • Academic Excellence
  • Extra-curricular Activities
  • Community Involvement
  • Financial Need

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On-Campus Employment

Juggling a part-time job before, after, and in-between classes can 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, develop valuable career skills, and make it easier to work around your class schedule.


Financial Aid Services

Fax: 888-981-6760

Room B1-151

Office Hours

8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Service-Specific Questions

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Program-Specific Questions

Contact your program-specific Enrolment Services Professional (ESP) for questions about paying tuition, applying for financial assistance, bursaries, and scholarships.