O.S.A.P. for 2012/2013. Presented by King’s University College. Our Mission. To convince everyone that it is possible to obtain a post-secondary education no matter what your financial situation. The Whole Picture. Scholarships Bursaries Awards. Student’s Savings. Parent’s Contribution
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Presented by King’s University College
To convince everyone that it is possible to obtain a post-secondary education no matter what your financial situation.
Other Gov’t Programs
“Its purpose is to supplement, not to replace, the financial resources that you (and your family, if applicable) are expected to contribute.”
14 different programs are determined through one OSAP application
“The purpose of OSOG is to limit a student’s repayable Canada-Ontario Integrated Student Loan debt to $7,300.00 for a two-term academic year”
Online at http://osap.gov.on.ca
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Important to remember your OAN and Password
Ontario Tuition Grant (OTG)
Make sue that you are applying to the proper campus.
Be sure to select the right program
Note the tabs – if you needs to exit the application, it is easy to return where you left off
Note the dates for which you are estimating income
Amount represents what you will claim on Line 150 of your 2012 income tax.
This day is known as asset validation day. You must record all of your assets by this day.
Validation day is 16 weeks prior to the study period date.
The Ministry allows you to have $2000 in RRSP for every year out of high school.
Dependent Children: For OSAP purposes, dependent children are disabled children, pre-school children, children attending elementary school who are under 16 years of age. Children 16 years of age or older must be full-time (taking 60% or more of a full course load) high school or postsecondary student to be considered. Children who are not disabled and who have been out of high school for 4 or more years are not considered dependent.
Enter the annual income for each parent, as reported on his or her 2011 individual income tax return. Enter amounts in dollars only; do not indicate cents. If no income or if the amount is negative (i.e. a loss) enter zero (0).
Other Income/Non-Taxable Income:
Any other funds that your parents receive, but do not claim as taxable income on their taxes (i.e. overseas income or child support).
These figures are used to consider your eligibility for Canada Access Grants.
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