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Just sent OSAP, am i screwed??

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i went to the post office to send in the supporting documentation, since you guys know there was that strike. But on the sheet it says "june 1" cause that was when i applied to OSAP online and i filled out the sheet on "june 7" , but fml i send it today. so im freaking out, will they reject me?
their website said this : " If you are planning to take a two- or three-term program (21 to 52 weeks in duration), your documents must be received by your financial aid office no later than 90 days before the end of your 2009-2010 study period."
am i late? : ( :( help
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You know you can courier things...

If you are applying for OSAP for next year and are taking a 2-term program, you have until January to send in your documents. You won't get your money for September though
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Reported for not reading this thread: http://www.studentawards.com/Forum.aspx?g=posts&t=179


@StrawberrySplashx0x3 wrote
i went to the post office to send in the supporting documentation, since you guys know there was that strike. But on the sheet it says "june 1" cause that was when i applied to OSAP online and i filled out the sheet on "june 7" , but fml i send it today. so im freaking out, will they reject me?
their website said this : " If you are planning to take a two- or three-term program (21 to 52 weeks in duration), your documents must be received by your financial aid office no later than 90 days before the end of your 2009-2010 study period."
am i late? : ( :( help



Can you read? What would "90 days before the end of your study period" be? January 2012. Relax.
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