You are deemed a full-time student even if you are studying part-time, as long as you are enrolled in at least 20 course hours a month and one of the following situations applies to you:
- You are at least 20 weeks pregnant.
- You are a single parent and live with your child who is under age 12 as of September 30 of the award year.
- You live with a child (yours or your spouse’s) who is under age 6 as of September 30 of the award year.
- You live with a child (yours or your spouse’s) with a major functional disability or serious mental disorder.
- You have a major functional disability that is recognized by Aide financière aux études.
- You are unable to pursue full-time studies for more than one month due to a serious episodic disorder that results from permanent major mental or physical health problems as confirmed by a medical certificate.
- You are a participant in the Réussir program of the Ministère du Travail, de l’Emploi et de la Solidarité sociale.
If you and your spouse are students, only one of you can be deemed to be a full-time student during the same award year.
- Student Financial Assistance
- Attestation of Pregnancy
- Family Status Declaration
- Medical Certificate – Student - Major Functional Disabilities and Other Recognized Disabilities
- Medicat Certificate - Student's dependent child - Major functionnal Disabilities and Mental Disorder
- Aide financière aux études Website
Last update: May 21, 2020