Tag: osap

Posted by York & U on September 28, 2017

If you are a newly admitted student who will be enrolling at York U in January 2018,  you should start thinking about your OSAP application. Although OSAP is administered by the Ontario government, t ...
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Posted by York & U on September 26, 2017

Whether you’re entering your first year of university or your last, most students are thinking about how they’ll finance their education. The #YUBlog team wants to help you navigate a comm ...
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Posted by Sam on November 26, 2015

This past Tuesday, York University’s Student Financial Services team commandeered the Vari Hall Rotunda for the first ever Financial Literacy Fair on our campus. The event, which also featured ...
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Posted by Megan on June 24, 2015

One of the biggest matters of concern for incoming students — and even upper-year students — is applying to the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP). With the recommended deadline to apply ...
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Posted by Megan on May 21, 2015

Paying for university is one of the more stressful parts of postsecondary student life. To help minimize any anxiety related to money matters, I have created a new mini-series, Financing University 1 ...
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Posted by Sunera on June 9, 2014

Hi everyone! It is a good idea to start working on your OSAP applications now, actually a very good idea, to ensure you get funding on the start of classes.  I wanted to compose this blog post especi ...
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Posted by Megan on June 3, 2014

One of the biggest confusions with incoming students is OSAP. I’m hoping that with this guide you will have a better idea of what OSAP is, what’s required in applying, when you will get yo ...
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Posted by Megan on March 12, 2014

Hi Readers! As some of you might know the Pan Am Games, a summer competition similar to the Olympics but only for athletes from the Americas, are happening in 2015 – and Toronto is hosting! More ...
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Posted by Sunera on March 3, 2014

University is a new environment. It is like starting a new job or moving to a new country. For students starting York University in May or September, I have taken into consideration my own transition ...
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