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T4A and Income Taxes

T4A and Income Taxes

Scholarships, bursaries and awards received are considered income by the Canada Revenue Agency.

Please note: Under normal circumstances the full amount of scholarships, bursaries or awards are not subject to federal tax and are no longer reported as income on your federal tax return if they were earned by you as a student enrolled in a program that entitles you to claim the education amount.

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Queen's Major Admission Award Decisions

2017-2018 Major Admission Awards Decisions

Thank you to all students who submitted a Major Admission Award Application.

The 2017-2018 Major Admission Award recipients have been selected. All Major Admission Award Applicants may view the status of their application on their SOLUS Student Centre accessed via the MyQueensU Portal (scroll down to Financial Aid section and click on the link ‘View Award Application Status’, click on the ‘2017’ academic year). 

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Admission Bursary Application

2017-2018 Admission Bursary Application

The 2017-2018 Admission Bursary Application is now available on your SOLUS Student Centre. Bursaries are granted to students based on financial need. It’s an amount of money you receive to help finance your education and you don’t have to pay it back.

The deadline to apply is February 15, 2017 – however, we recommend that you apply at the same time you apply for admission. Please note that the bursary application is optional and it has no impact on your eligibility for admission to Queen’s.

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