Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons living in Ontario at time of study; taking between 20% and 59% of full course load; enrolled in certificate, degree, or diploma program of between four and 52 weeks in length; financial need
Part-time OSAP is a government financial aid program that helps part-time students pay for their education-related costs such as tuition, books, transportation costs, and child care. Students receiving Part-time OSAP usually receive a mix of grants and loans.
Recipients must: be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons living in Ontario at the time of studies; be taking between 20% and 59% of a full course load in a particular term; be enrolled in a program of student leading to a certificate, degree, or diploma; be enrolled in a study period that is between four and 52 weeks in length; have financial need according to the Part-time OSAP need assessment.
APPLY ONLINE at the OSAP website
When you receive your notice of funding eligibility, you must go in to your College or Faculty Registrar's office to pick up a part-time funding certificate. Funding cannot be issued before the start of classes. Grant funding is generally paid in two installments, one at the start of your part-time study period, and one halfway through your part-time study period. Loan funding is paid in one installment.