Apply to OSAP (Ontario Student Assistance Program):
Students are required to make application to OSAP in order to be eligible for financial consideration under the Bursary Program.
In order for a student to be eligible to apply for financial assistance through OSAP, the institution to which he or she plans to attend must be designated by the Province of Ontario for OSAP purposes.
If ineligible under OSAP, a letter for OSAP, confirming ineligibility must be attached to the application.
A copy of the OSAP Notice of Assessment must be attached to the application form, otherwise, the application shall be considered to be null and void. The bank letter respecting the award is not acceptable.
Out of Province Applications:
Applications submitted by students whose permanent residence is outside Ontario, but who are attending schools in Ontario will be accepted for consideration by the District Committee in which the school is located. Students who attend school outside of Ontario but whose permanent residence is in Ontario, may apply, and must submit proof that they have applied for student aid in the province where they are attending school.
An application received from a mature student will be judged on its merit.
In order to qualify for OSAP, for the purchase of tools, the student must be officially enrolled in a post secondary institution and the program of study recognized by the Ministry of Education and Training.
Part Time Students:
Part-time students must carry at least 20% of a course load program in order to be eligible for consideration of an award.
No consideration shall be given to a bursary award for students undertaking correspondence courses.
Applicants in receipt of funding through agencies (Manpower Training or other similar government sources) are ineligible.
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