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2022-23 Search Results
Listed below are all the forms for the 2022-23 academic year. Use these forms if your program starts anytime between August 1, 2022 to July 31, 2023.
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Use this form if you are on academic probation or are returning to school after a period of academic probation and you have submitted a 2021-22 OSAP Application for Full-Time Students.
Apply for funding to help pay for disability-related equipment and/or services required for your education.
Provides the owner or joint owner of an eligible new business located in Ontario with a six month grace period extension before having to start making monthly payments on their full-time OSAP loans.
If you are working in a paid or volunteer postition with an eligible not-for-profit organization in Ontario, you may be eligible for a 6-month extension to your existing grace period.
Form to maintain interest-free status on previous loans if not receiving OSAP for current study period.
Use this form if your 2022-23 OSAP Application for Full-Time Students was denied funding because of a failed credit check and you wish to have this decision reviewed.
* Students at Ontario Private Institutions or Institutions outside of Ontario *
Use this form to obtain disability-related information from your health care provider (doctor or other regulated health care professional). This is required if you're applying as a student with a permanent disability.
* Students at Ontario Public Postsecondary Institutions * Use this form to obtain disability-related information from your health care provider (doctor or other regulated health care professional). This is required if you're applying as a student with a permanent disability.
Use this form if you are required to document your Canadian residency history.
Use this form if you are required to document your Canadian residency history, as well as that of your parent(s).