Noah Meltz Program of Financial Assistance

Eligibility (Basic Eligibility): 

Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person; registered in certificate, degree or diploma program; taking less than 60% of full course load; annual gross income equal to or less than the eligible income levels for family size; satisfactory academic progress

Award type: 
Level of Study: 
Description of Award: 

The Noah Meltz Program of Financial Assistance helps undergraduate students in certificate, degree, diploma programs, including the Academic Bridging Program, pursue their University of Toronto studies on a part-time basis. Eligible students receive a non-repayable grant for the tuition cost of two credits during the fall/winter and one credit during the summer as well as a set amount for books, transportation to and from classes and child care. In addition to applying for the Noah Meltz Program, students studying on a part-time basis should also apply for OSAP for Part-Time Students funding. The Meltz application will be considered after OSAP results are available. Enrolment Services will review the two assessments to determine which program would provide the best source of funding (e.g., which program provides more total funding or which program provides more non-repayable grant). Students may also be eligible for a top-up Meltz grant in addition to Part-Time OSAP funding.

Academic Year: 
2017-2018
Value/Amount: 
Based on calculated financial need
Full Eligibility Requirements: 

• Canadian Citizen, Permanent Resident or Protected Person; • Registered in a certificate, degree or diploma program; • Taking less than 60% of a full course load in a particular term of study; • Annual gross income equal to or less than the eligible income levels for family size; • Making satisfactory academic progress; • Must not have received funding from a full-time student financial aid program for the same term; • Must not be restricted from receiving government student aid (e.g., OSAP).

How to Apply: 

Complete the application for your session and submit it to: Enrolment Services 172 St. George Street University of Toronto Toronto, Ontario M5R 0A3

Deadline to Apply: 
Submit your application to Enrolment Services, no later than the last day of the month in which your classes begin. The final deadline for the 2017-18 Fall/Winter session is January 31, 2018. Applications received after this deadline are usually still considered provided they are received within the session.
How/When is it paid?: 

The Meltz grant will be paid into your fees account against outstanding tuition fees to a maximum of two credits. You must be registered, classes must have started and your ROSI mailing address must be current for payment to take place. Your portion of the grant for books, travel, and child care (if applicable) will be issued directly to you, via direct deposit. Please ensure that you have set up direct deposit on your ACORN account.

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