Students enrolled in approved CACC programs may be eligible, if qualified, for loans, grants or awards granted under the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP).

For general information about Ontario Student Assistance Program, visit Government web site


Second Career

Second Career is a cost-sharing grant provided on the basis of need; applicants may be required to financially contribute to their training or education.

Second Career may cover such costs as: tuition, textbooks, transportation and basic living allowance. Additional support may be available to accommodate the needs of individuals with disabilities, dependent care, costs of living away from home and Academic Upgrading or ESL.

For general information about Second Career, visit Government web site.


College incentives

Currently we offer:

20% OFF  tuition fee for Newcomers to Canada!

We will help to get you on board and get Canadian education and experience!

College is offering you 20% discount on tuition fee for Diploma and Certificate program (6 month and longer).

Conditions: You must be a newcomer to Canada within 3 years of your landing. Promotions and discounts cannot be combined. Self-paying students only.


Canadian All Care College is happy to offer a Referral Bonus!

$50 for short programs.

$200 for programs that are 6 months and longer.

Tell about us and you will get unlimited commission for every student referred.

Conditions: Student must pay tuition fees in full. The referred student must graduate and never have inquired with CACC before. Promotions and discounts cannot be combined


Financial aid and Awards

Financial assistance is extremely important factor for many students. At Canadian All Care College we have a variety of assistance programs available, which are awarded based on financial need.

College incentives

Second Career OSAP

Canadian All Care College is striving to help qualifying students who wish to get career education and offer various bursaries or incentives.


Second Career is an initiative offered by the Ontario government to fund eligible laid off workers with skills training to help them find jobs in high-demand occupations in Ontario.


The Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) provides eligible students with various types of assistance based on financial need.