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Financial Aid And OSAP

Summer OSAP

All Huron students requesting Full-Time OSAP for the Summer Session (May to August 2021) must complete a “Huron-Full Time Undergraduate Summer 2021 Supplemental OSAP Application.” Completed applications, and any required supporting documentation, are to be submitted via email to Jane Parker, Financial Aid Officer, Huron University College, at mjparker@huron.uwo.ca.

Please refer to the Eligibility Chart on the Application to determine whether you should be requesting Full-Time OSAP or Part-Time OSAP for the Summer Session. For example: students enrolling in one distance studies half course, one distance studies full course or one evening half course ONLY must complete the online OSAP application for Part Time Students. Students with a Permanent Disability enrolling in one full distance studies course have the option to apply to Part Time or Full Time OSAP.

Deadline 

The deadline to apply and submit all supporting documentation for both full-time and part-time OSAP for the Summer Session is 6 weeks (42 days) prior to the end of your study period. Please note: if you are only taking a 3 week intersession course; the deadline to apply and submit all supporting documentation would be 3 weeks prior to the course start date. Students wishing to automatically defer their tuition payment to OSAP need to have their application and all supporting documents submitted by April 1st, 2021.

How to Apply 

If you did not receive Full-Time OSAP funding during the Fall/Winter 2020-2021 academic year, you must be enrolled for a minimum of 12 weeks during the Summer Session. You must also complete a 2020-2021 online Full-Time OSAP Application in addition to completing the Summer Supplemental Paper Form. The online application is located at: https://www.ontario.ca/page/osap-ontario-student-assistance-program. If you have received Full-Time OSAP funding during the Fall/Winter 2020-2021 academic year, you only need to submit the Huron-Full Time Undergraduate Summer 2021 Supplemental OSAP Application.

How to Update your Application 

If there is a change in your courses, income, status or otherwise from your original application, please notify Jane Parker immediately using an “OSAP Change Form” located in the Money Matters section of our website or you can ask for a copy by emailing Jane Parker at mjparker@huron.uwo.ca.

Changing your courses after your application has been processed may cause a change in your OSAP assessment and an overpayment of funding. Any false or misleading information on your application may result in suspension of funding and prosecution. All applications are subject to audit.

If you have questions, please email mjparker@huron.uwo.ca or call 519-438-7224 ext. 215.

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Fall/Winter OSAP

The 2019-20 OSAP application is now available online, click here. Students who intend on using OSAP funds to pay their fees for this upcoming September must complete the online application by July 15th and have all supporting documentation submitted by July 30th. Students can still apply after this date, however processing times can range from 4-6 weeks.

Hints when applying under the full-time program:

  • You will be asked for your OAN (Ontario Access Number) and Password when logging in
  • If you have forgotten either of these, please click here for assistance.
  • If you are still unable to retrieve your OAN and/or password, please come into Financial Aid office at Huron (or any post-Secondary institution that administers OSAP) with your SIN card and valid government-issued photo ID.  We can retrieve your OAN and/or issue a temporary password.
  • Select Western University Canada as your institution and then select a Huron program from the existing list.

For OSAP/Financial Aid questions, please contact Jane Parker in person at room W40, by phone 519.438.7224 ext. 215 or email mjparker@huron.uwo.ca.

Non-refundable Grants

Bursaries are non-repayable grants offered by the university that are awarded on the basis of financial need.  Bursaries supplement a student’s primary source of funding such as OSAP, bank loan/line of credit and parental/spousal contributions.  Financial need is determined in a manner similar to the Canada and Ontario Student Loans assessment.  It involves assessing the costs of the program that students are registered in, as well as any available resources (RESP’s, part-time employment, etc.).

In order to be eligible for bursary assistance, students must be Canadian citizens or permanent residents, be registered at Huron in a full or part-time program and demonstrate genuine financial need.

Bursaries can be applied for at any time as the need arises until funds are exhausted.  There is no deadline.

More information on Bursaries, click here.

Please click here to access the Bursary Application form.

Sponsored Students and External Scholarships

For external or third party sponsorships, please ensure that your sponsor sends a letter to Huron stating that you are sponsored for the upcoming academic year and indicate what fees the sponsorship will cover. This should be forwarded to:

Huron University College
Attn: Student Billing
1349 Western Road
London, ON Canada
N6G 1H3

Email: studentbilling@huron.uwo.ca      Fax: 519.438.3800
Once received, Huron will forward a copy of your online Statement of Account directly to your sponsor. It is your responsibility to ensure that your account is paid in full by the deadline dates indicated. Note that any refunds will be returned directly to your sponsor within 90 days.