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Budgeting is important. A Victoria College financial advisor can assist you in the planning and managing of your finances. Resources for Financial Literacy are also available. Review your expenses for the academic year and find sources of financial support. To book an appointment, contact the Victoria College Office of the Registrar and Academic Advising at (416) 585-4508. 

In addition to admission and in-course scholarships, Victoria College has a generous bursary program. Additional support is provided to many students participating in international experiences, research, on campus initiatives and conferences.  

As a continuing or graduating student you may also be recognized with an award for your contributions to campus life. 

For additional information and contacts, please log into our Quercus page for Fees, Financial Aid and Scholarships.


Every student at the University of Toronto has a student account through ACORN where you will find:

  • tuition & ancillary fees
  • residence fees, if applicable
  • related charges
  • payments and other credits
  • invoices
  • tax forms

Information and help screens are available online.

After you enrol in courses, your fees are calculated based on a variety of factors including course load and program. To complete your registration in a given session, you have to pay at least the minimum first installment of your fees (or officially defer them) by the payment deadlines

Students may be eligible to defer fees based OSAP/government aid in ACORN. Scholarship recipients may be eligible to defer fees based on a Victoria College/University of Toronto Scholarship.

Financial accounts are managed by Student Accounts. Student Accounts manages tuition and ancillary fees, posts fee and refund schedules, processes payments and waivers, issues refunds and applies service charges.

Social Insurance Numbers (SIN) are included in Tax Form T2202. Add your SIN on ACORN under "Profile and Settings". Tax Forms are available in ACORN.

Faculty Fees & Refunds
Scholarships, Bursaries & Awards

Victoria College offers extensive financial assistance and scholarship opportunities for new students, continuing students and graduating students. These are in the form of:

For a complete list of all awards at Victoria College, please refer to Student Awards and Benefactors.  Please also keep an eye out for upcoming award deadlines in the Vic Student Bulletin!

For further information, please contact

Scholarship Video


Financial and Government Aid

University of Toronto's University Registrar's Office (URO), formerly Enrolment Services, is the primary contact for information on federal, provincial and territorial financial aid.

For many full-time, undergraduate students, government aid (usually OSAP) is the main source of funding. Signature pages and supporting documents can be uploaded using OSAP's online system or returned to the University Registrar's Office (formerly Enrolment Services). First-time applicants complete the Master Student Financial Assistance Agreement (MSFAA) online. After a student completes an OSAP application, they will receive instructions from the National Student Loan Service Centre regarding online identity verification, direct deposit and loan terms.

URO OSAP Information


NEW for 2023-2024!  All domestic students who are receiving government financial aid (OSAP/out-of-province financial aid) or Indigenous banding funding are now required to Apply for UTAPS. This is no longer an automatic assessment for OSAP recipients. Deadline: September 20, 2023.  Apply early! 


If you have been financing your education with Canada or Ontario student loans (OSAP) you should review repayment and loan maintenance information.

If you have special financial circumstances, you may be eligible to appeal the amount of OSAP or other province funding you received. For more information, contact the URO (contact information at the bottom of the OSAP FAQ page).

Government of Canada Financial Tools and Calculators

Other Financial Resources

Be sure to consider all resources including Registered Educational Savings Plans (RESP) and income from part-time and seasonal work. The University of Toronto Career Centre posts employment opportunities. See also Work-Study opportunities.

Other scholarship opportunities:

Students with disabilities can visit the website for Students for Barrier-Free Access.

Build your skills in personal finance through financial literacy resources curated by the E. J. Pratt Library.