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A photo of JohnQ JohnQ
Dont know how am i gonna pay for university. Need some scholarships. Going into my first year at ryerson for business management. Can someone tell me some scholarships so i can pay for my 4 years at ryerson.
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A photo of threepointonefour threepointonefour
The body of this website is devoted to that purpose. If you haven't created a profile yet, do so and look at your applicable awards. Your next step is to search through Ryerson's scholarships. It's not an easy process, and therefore no one on this forum will provide you with a list (since there is no easy way to make one anyhow.)
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The list is personal to your details. We don't know you, your ECs, or your grades. So even if I felt like listing scholarships for you, I couldn't
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i have a 80% average and i need a way to pay for school
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A photo of ktel ktel
Well 80% isn't going to get you any academic scholarships. If you have strong extracurricular activities you might find something
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- 80% ave is not enough for entrance scholarships
- most competitive scholarships based on EC's / athletics / essays are already complete for fall 2011 University start. Need to start working these last fall.
- local high school graduation bursaries / scholarships - again too late.

Money ideas:
- OSAP
- student loan / line of credit
- internal family loan (mom/dad/rich Uncle)
- part time job(s) while at school
- work/study program (check if Ryerson has this)
- bursaries - call / apply NOW at Ryerson
- get high marks in 1st year Uni to earn academic scholarships in upper years.
- transfer to a co-op based program to help pay school as you go
- full time job and defer Uni til 2012
- sell your car / PlayStation / Saxophone , etc

Cheers
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^ Great suggestions.
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