For all Canadian universities, tuition and compulsory fees is the maximum amount that you can receive for athletic related awards in an academic year. Students are eligible for an award or bursary at the beginning of their first year, if they have a minimum entering average of 80% or equivalent on the courses used to determine university admission.
US universities & colleges competing at the NCAA Division I level are allowed to offer hockey scholarships to 18 student athletes per year. The scholarship amount is negotiated in consultation between the institution and the student athlete. Scholarships are granted on an annual basis, and not guaranteed for all 4 years. US post-secondary schools competing in Division III and most Ivy League schools offer financial assistance of varying amounts that are dependant on the annual family income of their student athletes. Athletic scholarships are not offered.
The Ontario Hockey League scholarship is fully guaranteed. For every season an OHL player participates, he is entitled to a full year of tuition, textbooks and compulsory fees to a Canadian or US post secondary institution of his choice. More in formation of the OHL Scholarship Program is available on the OHL Website.