Financial Aid Acupuncture
OSAP/Student Government Loans:
Students enrolled in the Acupuncture Therapy Diploma Program may be eligible, if qualified, for loans, grants, or awards granted under the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP).
Please note that students receiving OSAP funding are required to:
- maintain a full course load for the duration of their program
- complete their program in the designated time for full-time studies.
To find out if you qualify please visit www.ontario.ca/osap. Here is the link to the OSAP website where you can create an account, log in and check you status: https://osap.gov.on.ca/OSAPPortal/index.htm
Apply early for prompt processing! Once you’ve registered and started your application you’ll be asked some very specific questions pertaining to our institution. To make it easy here are the answers!
What school do you plan to attend?
We are not in the drop down menu so you’ll have to do a search (the section just below). The name of our school is Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine Academy
TCMP Program: Type in Acupuncture in the search bar. Please choose ‘TCMP for Acupuncture’.
- Acupuncture Diploma Program: Type in Acupuncture in the search bar. You will then be taken to a section where you can choose from different program years. Please choose ‘ACUPUNCTURE THERAPY JANUARY YR 1’, the 3 year option.
Additional Program Information
- TCMP Program - September 2022 start:
Start Date: September 6, 2022
End Date: July 28, 2023
Acupuncture Diploma Program - January 2023 start: (one must apply for OSAP every year so this end date reflects the end of year one)
Start Date: January 8, 2023
End Date: December 20, 2023
100% (if you have exemptions please contact Howard at firstname.lastname@example.org to calculate your course load percentage).
Program Tuition Payment Plans:
1-year program starting September 2022
2.5-year program starting in January 2023
2-year program starting September 2023
The resourceful student seeking financial assistance has a number of avenues to explore. Here are some possible sources of student assistance however we encourage you to call the Financial Aid Department to discuss all your options.
Repaying Your Government Loan:
Remember, your student loan needs to be repaid & repayment Information can be found here: https://www.ontario.ca/page/pay-back-osap
The NSLSC has created the following webinars to assist you with learning about, and repaying your loan:
Since many of AIM Academy's students and graduates benefit from government loans, grants, and bursaries, AIM Academy strongly reminds everyone that they have a responsibility to repay their loans and meet their commitments. The viability of loan programs in many provinces, states, and countries rests upon the appreciation that everyone gains when financial commitments are honoured.
Out of province students:
If you are not a resident of Ontario, inquire about the student assistance program in your home province.
Contact our Financial Aid department
Office Manager, Student Supports & FAO (Financial Assistance Officer)
416-323-1818 ext. 201
Contact the Admissions Department
We can assist individuals wishing to learn more about the program, schedules options, tuition and payment options, student visa processes, housing and more.
416 323 1818 ext. 202