This information can be found on the Ontario Student Assistance Program website by clicking here.
The Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP)
Your first point of contact for help with applying for OSAP is the Financial Aid Office of the school you are applying to.
Out-of-province students can get help by calling 1-877-OSAP411 (1-877-672-7411) during business hours.
The maximum grant/loan amounts for a typical two-term academic year are:
for full-time single students with no dependents
for a full-time student who is married, in a common–law relationship or a sole–support parent
Plus, for that two-term academic year, your annual debt is capped at $7,300, even if you get more in loans. Loans are interest free while you’re studying, and for six months after you graduate.
Find out more about how OSAP can help you pay for your education.
Apply for OSAP and be considered for up to 10 grants and loans, including 30% Off Ontario Tuition.
30% Off Ontario Tuition Rebate
The 30% Off Ontario Tuition for 2012–2013 provides:
for university and college degree students
for college diploma and certificate students
You could be eligible for 30% off your student tuition if:
- You’re a full-time student at a public college or university in Ontario
- It’s been less than four years since you left high school
- You’re in a program that you can apply to directly from high school
- You’re a resident of Ontario
- Your parents’ gross income is $160,000 or less