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Osap probation

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Newbie
Aug 1, 2017
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Osap probation

I did very poorly in my second year, and unfortunately, I am under academic probation & osap probation currently due to low gpa, and thinking to transfer to different university.
Osap is saying that if i want to get a financial aid, i need to submit transcript from the old university that i went, and the another transcript from university that i will be going to.
Does it mean that i need to take some courses from new school and submit the transcripts from new school? If I dont take any courses from new university, transcript will be just blank i guess?
Do they want a transcript from new university just to make sure i am enrolled?

It's also saying that i need to write a letter explaining circumstances(how i can improve my academics, and why i did poorly) and submit to my financial aid office.
I am confused with this as well, if i write a letter and submit to the financial aid office from new university, the financial aid office from new school will read this letter which is my explanation of all bad experiences from my previous university?
Do they just get this letter and forward it to the osap?

Your answer will be greatly appreciated.
Thanks.
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Newbie
Feb 26, 2016
6 posts
Your best option would be to contact your university Administration, Registration or Advising office. They deal with this stuff all the time and can give you better guidance.

The letter explaining your circumstances is just that. Give a brief explanation of why you believe you did poorly, what you have done/ will do to change your circumstances and your plans for succeeding moving forwards. Submit that to your universities registration or financial office. (Whoever it is supposed to go to.)
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Which university? I believe the OP is a student of two universities.
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Da5Aut0 wrote: Your best option would be to contact your university Administration, Registration or Advising office. They deal with this stuff all the time and can give you better guidance.

The letter explaining your circumstances is just that. Give a brief explanation of why you believe you did poorly, what you have done/ will do to change your circumstances and your plans for succeeding moving forwards. Submit that to your universities registration or financial office. (Whoever it is supposed to go to.)
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