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Hey, I'm a grade 12 student and I have a bunch of questions about OSAP like:
When do I apply, is it this year or do I do it after my first year in Uni?
I currently attend a highschool in Toronto and would like to attend post secondary school next year. My parents live in the united states, so im going to have to live off campus and i also come from a low income family ( Below$ 30 000) and im not expecting any assistance from them. I am hoping to study engineering which is very pricey compared to other programs (about $14000), and Im not totally sure if I will get a part time job. I was just wondering how much would osap cover me? And should i still take a pricey program such as engineering?
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i am attending Laurier BBA next year and with residence, meal plans and tuition it totals to 25,000. OSAP Only covers me up to 10,000 please help i do not know what to do for the 15,000 remaining?
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