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The 30% off Ontario Tuition program grants eligible full-time undergraduate students in Ontario a credit equivalent to 30% of the average college or university tuition costs. The grant will pay up to $1,780 per fall/winter session at Brock ($890 per term up to two terms per academic year).
You're eligible if:
a) You are a full-time student at Brock in an undergraduate program. Teacher education students, graduate students, and post-graduate certificate students, are not eligible.
b) you’ve been out of high school for less than 4 years (or 6 years if you have a permanent disability or you’re in a 5-year co-op program and have been out of high school for more than 4 years but less than 5 years)
c) You are a Canadian citizen, a permanent resident or a protected person, and are an Ontario resident.
d) Your parents' gross income as reported on their 2012 tax return was $160,000 or less.
If you have applied for OSAP this year, you don't need to apply for the program. Your eligibility will be calculated automatically, and your grant will be deposited in your bank account via direct deposit, using the banking information you submitted when you processed your OSAP funding.
If you did not apply for OSAP this year, you can fill out a simple, short application form available on the Ontario.ca website.
To apply, you’ll need three things:
• your Social Insurance Number
• your parent(s)’ Social Insurance Number(s)
• information from Line 150 in your parent(s)’ 2013 Canadian Income Tax Return(s).
To complete the application:
• Go to ontario.ca/30off 
• Register for an OSAP Access Number
• Submit the online application form
• Print the two signature pages — one for you and one for your parents.
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