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Applying to College or University

Applying to Ontario Universities

If you need help with your on-line application, make a Guidance appointment and a counsellor will help you work through your application. The on-line application is the only way to apply to an Ontario University. We would strongly recommend that you apply prior to Christmas holidays.


The application fee is $150.00 for the first three choices.  $50.00 for each additional choice.  Payment can be by credit card, cheque/money order, internet banking, and telephone banking.  An application is not processed unless payment is received.

 

Applying to Ontario Colleges

When you are ready to apply to an Ontario college, you are encouraged to meet with your Guidance Counsellor to begin your application.

The application fee is $95.00 for five programs or colleges. No more than three choices can be at any one college.  Payment can be by credit card or cheque/money order.  An application is not processed unless payment is received.

 

Applying to an Out-of-Province College or University

Most colleges or universities outside of Ontario have online application forms found on the school's webpage.  You must inform the Guidance Office if you have applied to a college or university that is outside of Ontario.  Guidance will then forward your transcript to the school that you have applied to and keep them up-to-date with midterm and final marks.

Note!  The University of Manitoba is an out-of-province university!

 

Scholarships and Bursaries


a.    The local scholarships and bursaries become available the first week in May.  Listen for announcements.
b.    Other scholarships are not announced by the Guidance Department.  We do post in the Guidance Office any that are mailed to us.  It is your responsibility to stop by Guidance periodically to check these out.  You may also want to check these websites:
i.   www.studentawards.com
ii.  www.scholarshipscanada.com
iii.  https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/services/student-financial-aid.html
c.    Check with your parents/guardians/family to see if any are available through their employment, service clubs, religious or cultural affiliation, etc.  Also, if you are employed, ask if any are available through your employer.    
d.    Canadian University Scholarship Handbook available from the Guidance Department.  

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