Ontario Government Cuts OSAP Red Tape for Students

The McGuinty government published a press release today regarding their efforts to reduce red tape for students applying for and receiving OSAP. The streamlined approach, OSAP Express, requires students to sign a loan agreement only once throughout their studies, and speeds up the enrolment verification process and direct deposit options.

For more information, the press release can be viewed here or by copying the following link into your browser: http://news.ontario.ca/opo/en/2012/09/cutting-osap-red-tape-for-students.html?utm_source=newsroom_ontario.ca_news&utm_medium=rss_click&utm_campaign=rss_feed



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