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Spring Term Funding

Students who have already received full-time Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) funding for the current fall and/or winter sessions are eligible to extend their full-time OSAP application during the 12-week spring term, six-week intersession or six-week summer session — if enrolled in the minimum full-time course load.

Application Process

To extend an existing fall and/or winter full-time OSAP application through the spring term, complete an OSAP Spring Extension Form. If a previous full-time application was submitted for the fall and/or winter term(s) of the current academic year, do not complete a new OSAP application. If you have not previously applied for full-time OSAP during the current academic year, submit a new OSAP application (minimum 12 week study period required in full-time course load for new spring application).

If you are enrolled as a co-op student during the spring term, review the information regarding OSAP for co-op students.

Note: You are required to log in to access the OSAP Spring Extension Form.

Login instructions: Enter your MyLaurier username and Laurier password.  If you are unsure of your password, please contact the ICT Service Desk at   If the form is slow to load after logging in, a refresh of the webpage may be required. 

To extend an existing 2021-22 full-time fall and/or winter OSAP application through the spring term, complete an OSAP Spring Extension Form.    

Please note, you must login with your MyLaurier username and password to complete this form.  

Minimum Full-time Course Load Requirements

Undergraduate Students

  • 1.50 credits in a combination of spring/intersession/summer session courses = 60% course load.
  • 1.5 credits in 12-week spring courses (May to August) = 60% course load.
  • 1.0 credits in six-week intersession courses only (May to June) = 80% course load.
  • 1.0 credits in six-week summer courses only (July to August) = 80% course load.
  • For OSAP student registrants with a permanent disability, the minimum required course load is 40%.

If you are registered in a part-time course load please review the part-time Spring Term Funding information.

Graduate Students

Graduate students must be enrolled with full-time registration status in order to be eligible for OSAP during the 12-week spring term.


Spring Term Income Reporting (including CRB, CRSB, WEPP, CERB and CESB payments)

The Canada Recovery Benefit (CRB), Canada Recovery Sickness Benefit (CRSB), Canada Recovery Caregiver Benefit (CRCB), Wage Earner Protection Program (WEPP), Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB), Canada Emergency Student Benefit Income (CESB) are Government of Canada income replacement programs.  You must report income received from any of these programs during your study period to OSAP if it results in you receiving more than $5,600 per term in income. 

If you estimate earning/receiving more than $5,600 per term including CRB, CRSB, WEPP, CERB and CESB funding and did not previously indicate the estimated amount on your submitted OSAP application please complete the OSAP Income Update form to ensure the amount of income declared on your application is correct.  Note: you are required to log in with your MyLaurier username and password to access this form.



We recommend submitting your OSAP Spring Extension form before March 31, 2022 to allow sufficient processing time.
Forms submitted after March 31, 2022 will still be processed in date order received but your funding assessment is unlikely to be completed before spring term classes begin in May.

This form must be submitted no later than 40 days before the end of the full-time study period to be considered for a spring term OSAP extension. 

Spring 2022 extension forms submitted after the following dates cannot be processed:

  • Intersession (six-week courses) only Registration: May 11, 2022
  • Spring (12-week courses) or any combination of spring/intersession/summer course registration: July 3, 2022
  • Summer Session (six-week courses) only Registration: July 11, 2022