Post-Secondary Education Support Program

The M’Chigeeng First Nation Post Secondary Educational Support Program is designed to provide eligible registered M’Chigeeng First Nation members the financial support to allow them to pursue a college or university education.

Post Secondary Education means a program of studies, offered by a post secondary institution (college or university) for which the completion of secondary school (OSSD) studies or its equivalent is a prerequisite. Students with basic level/workplace stream education (OSSD) or (OSSC) may be considered for admission on an individual basis through a special needs program at the institution of their choice.

If you do not have an Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or an equivalent, you may apply as a mature student. All mature student applications are considered individually, pre-testing may be required by the institution to determine readiness for post secondary studies.

The M’Chigeeng First Nation Post Secondary Educational Support Program is administered by the M’Chigeeng First Nation Education Department.
Individuals who gain Indian status by virtue of the 1985 revision of the Indian Act (Bill C-31) are provided financial support on the same basis as other post secondary students.

​The program provides financial support and counseling to individuals who have been accepted into an accredited Post Secondary Institution; however, due to limited funding within the post secondary educational support program, all decisions will be made based on the policy, priority listing and availability of funds.


Outcomes Student Portal

Outcomes Student Portal

M’Chigeeng Post Secondary Education is implementing a new way to apply for funding. This application program is called Outcomes Student Portal. We have provided the links below for new student applications and the student portal. Please contact the Post Secondary Navigator at if you have any questions!

Outcomes Student Portal


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Useful Resources for Post-Secondary Students

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