OSAP Forms (Fall/Winter & Summer)The following is a listing of all the forms offered on-site for the OSAP process. If the form you are looking for is not here, or if you're looking for the off-site forms, please visit the form section on the OSAP website. To view and print these forms you will need a PDF viewer such as Adobe Acrobat Reader.
Registering for courses for the Summer 2019 term and applying for OSAP? Please review the following information on how to apply:
Full-time Graduate Students: New for Summer 2019 - All Graduate students must apply directly through the OSAP website for the summer term as there is no paper supplemental option available. Please note, if you have already received an OSAP assessment that includes the summer term (till end of Aug 2019), this option is not applicable.
UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS: To be eligible for Full-time OSAP for the summer term, students must be enrolled in a minimum 60% course load, or in a minimum 40% course load for students who self identify as having a permanent disability. If you have a current Fall/Winter 2018-2019 OSAP Application, the summer term is an extension of this application and only requires the completion of a Summer Supplemental Form, noted below. Please note, April 1st, 2019 is the deadline to submit the Summer Supplemental Form if wishing an automatic tuition deferral. If you do not have a current Fall/Winter 2018-2019 OSAP application, and you are registered in a minimum 12 week study period for the summer term, an online 2018-2019 OSAP application is necessary in addition to the Summer Supplemental form.
Please review all details on the back of this form as it outlines the courses eligible for Full-time OSAP as opposed to Part-time OSAP. This form may not be applicable depending on your summer enrollment. If it is determined that your courses are Part-time OSAP eligible, please apply directly online through the Part-time OSAP application.
This summer form is required when making any changes to your Summer term. For example: adding/dropping summer courses, changes to summer income, etc.
Please complete this form when making any changes to your Fall/Winter 2018-19 OSAP application. Depending on the changes requested, your application will be subject to a reassessment.
This form is used to provide exchange study period start and end dates for your government funding application; and/or have your Official Western Letter or Third Party Form request processed to include the dates you are on exchange.
The Academic Edit Letter is used during the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) process if an explanation is required regarding your Academic Progress.
The Academic Progress Letter is used during the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) process if an explanation is required regarding your Academic Progress.
This form is used to obtain disability-related information from your physician or other regulated health care practitioner. This is required for your Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) application if you're applying as a student with a permanent disability.
This form is used to indicate if you're taking courses at another institution of study that will be credited to your University of Western Ontario degree, to help in your Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) assessment.
This form is used to authorize Student Financial Services to mail my Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) for Part-Time students funding.
The OSAP Consent to Release Information Form is used to allow the release of your Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) information to persons other than yourself.