Please explore the links on this page which provide information regarding fees, scholarships, the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) and other means of financial aid.
Full time graduate students with Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) loans may apply for a continuation of interest-free status through your OSAP or NSLSC portal accounts.
This form does not apply for students who are taking out OSAP loans for the current year or those who study part time. You must wait until the current school year to begin before this form's submission.
Students are advised to contact Peter Bennett, RMC's OSAP Coordinator for more information, and for the completion of section 3 of this form: Peter Bennett, x 3848.
Although those enrolled in the thesis or comprehensive courses may be paying "part time fees" you may still be considered a full time student for tax/osap purposes.
A list of scholarships available to RMC graduate students is located in "Scholarships, Bursaries, Prizes and Awards | Graduate Studies."
Individual Departments may offer additional scholarships. Please contact representatives for more information.
Maximum limits on NSERC stipend pay
Note that there is no longer a college policy limiting the maximum value of NSERC stipends which a student can receive.
Students paid by NSERC funds are eligible for four months of parental leave.
Details are located in the section "Paid Maternity and Parental Leave for Students and Postdoctoral Fellows" of Administrative Matters - Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada.
Teaching Assistant Positions: The potential exists for graduate students to be hired in Teaching Assistant (TA) positions for various undergraduate courses at the college. Such positions typically involve the marking of assignments and exams, and direct student assistance in lab sesssions in some courses.
Additional Information is provided by the Registrar's Office for student financial assistance programs.