About This Tool

Finances are an important part of planning for university. The Financial Resource Workbook is a tool to help identify some of the funding sources that are available to full-time students. Scholarships, bursaries, student loans and student grants all contribute towards making a Western education accessible.

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Funding Sources

A Few Things to Remember

For students considering attending Western University, it is important to create a financial plan. This Financial Resource Workbook is intended to estimate the costs and the funding available to single students entering First Year full-time studies at Western's Main Campus.

This is not an application for financial aid.

** Western Bursaries are awarded based on financial need and individual circumstances.

Visit our website for more information on costs and resources.

Financial Summary


Tuition $0
Student Fees $0
Books $0
Cost of Living $0
Total Expenses $0


OSAP Entitlement (total) $0
Ontario Tuition Grant (OTG) $0
Admission Scholarship from Western $0
Western Bursary Estimate** $0
Other Scholarship / Awards / Sponsorships $0
All Other Resources $0
Total Resources $0
Funding Gap $0

Western can help close the gap. View our website for more information. Student Finances

Net Tuition

Programs such as student loans, grants, scholarships and bursaries help reduce the actual cost of tuition. See below for your net tuition cost.

Tuition $0
less  Estimated Total Grants $0
less  OSAP Loans (excluding living allowances) $0
less  Western Admission Scholarship $0
less  Western Bursary Estimate $0
less  Estimated Federal Tuition Tax Credit $0
Your Net Tuition Cost $0