Important OSAP dates for the Fall/Winter 2016-2017 Session

Step 1.
Check Your Eligibility

You can begin checking your eligibility any time
Step 2.
Apply Online and Submit Documents
FALL 2016 TERM ONLY APPLICATION


June 30
 - Recommended date to submit your Fall only application and all required documents to receive your funds at the beginning of the fall term

October 16 - Deadline to apply for Fall only and to submit all supporting documentation

October 31 - Deadline to submit supporting documents for appeals

FALL/WINTER 2016-2017 APPLICATION


June 30
 - Recommended date to submit your Fall/Winter application, and all required documents to receive your funds at the beginning of the fall term

February 19 - Deadline to apply for Fall/Winter application and to submit all supporting documentation

February 28 - Deadline to submit supporting documents for appeals

WINTER 2017 TERM ONLY APPLICATION


October 31
 - Recommended date to submit your Winter only application, and all required documents to receive your funds at the beginning of the Winter term

February 19 - Deadline to apply for Winter only application and to submit all supporting documentation

February 28 - Deadline to submit supporting documents for appeals

Step 3.
Check the Financial Document Tracker

July and August
Step 4.
Submit Your MFSAA
(for first-time applicants only)

July and August
Step 5.
Check Your Status

August 31 - York begins to confirm your registration status

December 14 - York begins to confirm registration status for the OSAP second instalment

Step 6.
Receive Your Funds

September 10 - Once your registration is confirmed the National Student Loans Service Centre begins to electronically release OSAP first instalments

January 4 - Once your registration is confirmed the National Student Loans Service Centre begins to electronically release OSAP second instalments

Step 7.
Report Changes
Mid November - The Income Update screen is released on the government OSAP website
Step 8.
Repay or Maintain Interest-Free Status
(if leaving school)

When you have completed your summer session courses