Forms


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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 required to document your Canadian residency history, as well as that of your spouse.

The Ontario Indigenous Travel Grant can assist you with the cost of travelling between your remote First Nations community to the postsecondary school you are attending.

Non-repayable assistance is available for deaf, deafened or hard-of-hearing postsecondary students studying outside of Canada.

For postsecondary students taking 60% or more of a full course load (40% or more of a full course load for students with a permanent disability, or a persistent or prolonged disability) who wish to apply on paper instead of using the online (web) application.

For postsecondary students enrolled in approved micro-credential programs in Ontario who wish to apply on paper instead of using the online (web) application.

For postsecondary students taking between 20% to 59% of a full course load who wish to apply on paper instead of using the online (web) application.

Use this form if you have been advised by your financial aid office that information from your parents is required for your submitted OSAP Application for Full-Time Students to be considered.

If your parent's estimated 2022 income is a better reflection of their current financial situation than their actual 2021 income, use this form to request an update to your application.

If your spouse's estimated 2022 income is a better reflection of their current financial situation than their actual 2021 income, use this form to request an update to your application.

Use this form to request that your estimated 2022 income be used instead of your 2021 income.