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Looking to apply? Financial Assistance

Don’t let a lack of financial assistance stop you from pursuing your dream career. CMU college administrators and staff are happy to answer any of your financial assistance related questions. Our payment schedules are designed to help students organize their finances in order to have all payments taken care of by their start date.

Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP)

Students enrolled in the, Complete Makeup Artist Program, Comprehensive Makeup Artist Program, Global Makeup Artist Program, Digital Makeup Effects Artist Program, Total Fashion Makeup Artist Program, & Fashion Photographic Makeup Artist Certificate Program may be eligible, if qualified, for loans, grants, or awards granted under the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP).

For more information, visit the OSAP’s website or contact Admissions at [email protected]. You can also call us at 416-968-6739 ext. 24, toll free within North America at 800-341-9712 or book an online meeting with Admissions.

Other Types of Financial Aid

There may be several options for financial aid available to you as a CMU student, including a federal loan, a student line of credit, scholarships, grants, or OSAP. Canadian students from outside of Ontario also may qualify for support from funding programs in their home province.

Applying for financial aid in college is easier than you may think. Students are often discouraged in the application process, unsure of how they are going to cover the full expenses associated with certain programs. If that sounds like you, contact CMU Admissions to learn how simple it can be to access financial assistance for college.

CMU will do everything it can to provide information on any financial assistance programs that may be available in order to make your education journey with us possible. We can assess your unique situation, providing recommendations on what next steps to take.

Student Line of Credit

Many banks offer a student line of credit that provides financial aid for private college at a lower interest rate than most credit cards. A student line of credit is a personal loan designed to assist students with funding their post-secondary education.

Unlike grants, a student line of credit is a form of financial assistance that needs to be returned. It is, however, more advantageous than other forms of borrowing money, as the interest rate and terms tend to be more favourable to you. Common expenses that are paid with a student line of credit include tuition, textbooks, and transportation. It also covers other necessities of day-to-day college living, such as food.

Helpful links

Admissions at 416-968-6739 x41 or 
[email protected]

International Students

Have some questions?

Contact our admissions team!
416-968-6739 x41
[email protected]