The application for 2017-18 OSAP for Part-Time Students is now available at ontario.ca/osap. To access the application, you will need to log in to your OSAP account (or register for one). The Part-time application is located just to the right of the the Full-time application.

Part-Time OSAP Eligibility

For information on OSAP eligibility, including part-time course load requirements, visit our OSAP eligibility page.

How and when will I receive my funding?

Before your part-time funding can be released, you will need to visit the Awards Office to sign and receive your Financial Assistance Agreement for Part-time Students. When you sign this document, we will confirm your enrolment and provide you with a Student Loan and Grant Certificate. You must then take your funding certificate and financial assistance agreement to a designated Canada Post Outlet where it will be sent to the Ministry. Your funding will then be released to you.

Notes: 

  • When you visit both the Awards Office and Canada Post, you will need to provide appropriate identification.
  • You cannot receive your funding certificate until on or after your study period start date.

What’s the deadline to apply?

These are the following application deadlines for Part-Time OSAP for 2017-18:

November 10 – Part-Time OSAP application deadline for students registering in the Fall term only. Note: All supporting documentation must also be submitted by this date.

February 25 – Part-Time OSAP application deadline for students registering in full Fall/Winter session.

March 15 – Part-Time OSAP application deadline for students registering in the Winter term only. Note: All supporting documentation must also be submitted by this date.

March 17 – Part-Time OSAP supporting document submission deadline for students registering for the full Fall/Winter session

For all OSAP deadlines, please visit our dates and deadlines page.

2 thoughts on “You Can Now Apply for Part-Time OSAP for 2017-18”

  1. Khandaker Aminul Islam says:

    Dear Sir/Madam,

    I’m so interested in online Diploma in Program Evaluation and Policy considering my work experience and academic background. However, being a newcomer to Canada, it is not clear to me whether I can apply OSAP for the online course. Your guidance is highly appreciated.

    1. shaunanderson says:

      Hello Khandaker,

      The Graduate Diploma in Public Policy and Program Evaluation is not approved for OSAP funding. If you are interested in any other programs, please give us a call at 613-520-3600 and we can let you know if they meet the requirements for OSAP.

      Thanks,

      Shaun

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