OSAP Academic Probation Form
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OSAP Academic Progress Form
Use this form if you have been placed on an OSAP Academic Probation. OSAP’s rules are different from
U of T’s academic probation rules. When you receive OSAP funding you agree to remain enrolled in and
pass a 60% course load for each term (40% for a student with a permanent disability).
You can be placed on OSAP probation if you drop below the required course load, or if you do not pass a
sufficient number of credits. Multiple program switches, course drops, withdrawals, multiple repeats of
a program and/or taking multiple programs may also be considered as unsatisfactory academic
You can receive funding while on probation but you must write an explanation of your academic
progress, and ensure that you meet OSAP’s minimum academic standards during your probation. Failure
to meet the standards for two years in a row can lead to a loss of OSAP eligibility for a minimum of one
Make sure you complete all three sections of the form. Please attach additional paper to this form if you
need more space.
Submit this form and all supporting documentation to: Enrolment Services, 172 St. George St.
Personal Information:
Student Number:
First Name:
Last Name:
Phone Number:
Explain the circumstances that contributed to being placed on academic probation. (Attach supporting
documentation if this was caused by medical or other circumstances beyond your control.)
OSAP Academic Probation Form
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Explain what steps you have taken to deal with these circumstances
Explain your academic and career goals
Student Signature:
Signature: ______________________________ Date: _____________________________
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Act, 1971. It is collected for the purpose of administering admission, registration, academic programs, university-related student activities,
activities of student societies, financial assistance and awards, graduation and university advancement, and for the purpose of statistical
reporting to government agencies. t all times it will be protected in accordance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.
If you have questions, please refer to www.utoronto.ca/privacy or contact the University’s Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy
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