Part-time OSAP students

Apply for part-time OSAP

Arrange your fees with part-time OSAP funding

Keep your loans in good standing

Undergraduate students are considered part-time by OSAP if they are:

  • enrolled in less than 1.5 units for at least 4 weeks, or
  • registered with AccessAbility Services; have self-identified as a student with a permanent disability on their OSAP application; and are enrolled in less than 1.0 units for at least 4 weeks.

Graduate students are considered part-time by OSAP if they are registered as a part-time student.

Anticipated Aid for your Promissory Note

OSAP assessments, awards and scholarships, and International Tuition Grants for the spring term will be posted as Anticipated Aid on Quest within a few days of being available. Amounts will be updated, as required, throughout the Promissory Note period.

OSAP Processing

Spring term documents, including extension forms, are currently being processed. We process items in the order of date received. Please allow 3-4 weeks for processing.

Right now we are processing those received on April 14th.

What's your Net Tuition?

If you have an OSAP application, click "What's my Net Tuition?" at the bottom of your fee bill to find out!

How to apply for OSAP

Watch this video to learn about applying for OSAP.

Finance presentation