Student Life Expo 2017
Oct. 28 – 29, 2017
10 am – 5 pm Daily
Metro Toronto Convention Centre
North Building – Constitution Hall
Graduating from high school is both exciting and somewhat intimidating as you embark on the next big chapter in your life. Choosing what you want to do and where you want to go is not only extremely difficult, but a decision which could literally impact the rest of your life. The most important advice you could receive is to be sure to explore all of your options and keep an open mind to discovering the best opportunities that are right for you.
Student Life Expo helps you do just that as we present a wide variety of education and lifestyle exhibitors, some of which may open your mind to incredible opportunities you had not previously considered.
There’s a world of opportunity out there, so check out what your future may hold by registering now for our fun, informative and FREE* event. AND, as if that isn’t already awesome enough, check out the incredible prizes that you could WIN in our contest!!! See you there!
(*Free when with you register, or pay $10 at the door.)
For more information visit: Studentlifeexpo.com
Ontario Universities’ Fair
September 22 – 24, 2017
10 am – 5 pm Daily
Metro Toronto Convention Centre
If you’re thinking about attending an Ontario university, don’t miss the Ontario Universities’ Fair – the only event where you can visit all 21 Ontario universities in one place!
The OUF is one of the most important ways to learn about the multitude of degrees and academic programs offered by Ontario’s 21 universities. The university faculty, staff, alumni and current students at the OUF have a wealth of knowledge and are eager to answer your questions and provide you with the information you need to explore your options.
The OUF Passport is the easiest way to share your contact information so you can receive additional information and stay connected to universities after the OUF. If you have not registered for your OUF Passport, we encourage you to register online at ouf.ca/passport or visit a registration kiosk on level 600/800.
Admission is free!
Visit www.ouf.ca for more information
Ontario College Information Fair 2017
Enercare Centre – Hall B – Exhibition Place
ONTARIOCOLLEGES.CA – The Hub for applying to Ontario’s Public Colleges
ontariocolleges.ca is the information hub for anyone interested in applying to Ontario’s public colleges. You’ll find answers to questions about transcripts, deadline dates and so much more, and you can also:
- Find a Program – Use our search engine to browse thousands of Ontario college programs by keyword, start date, credential and more.
- Choose a College – Learn more about each of Ontario’s public colleges, view campus locations and find contact information, all in one easy place.
- Apply – When you’re ready, apply online to Ontario’s colleges using our secure application.
- Confirm an Offer – Once offers are out and you’ve made your final decision, log back in to your application to confirm your choice.
OUAC Ontario Universities’ Application Centre
The Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC) is a not‑for‑profit, centralized application service for applicants to Ontario universities. The OUAC is operated by the Council of Ontario Universities (COU) to facilitate the process of applying to first‑year undergraduate programs (bachelor’s degrees) and to advanced standing in these programs.
Each university reaches its own admission decisions, and the OUAC provides the application processing service.
The 101 online application may be used for entry points in 2017 and is valid only for the programs that appear in the list of university programs and codes.
Changing your entry point (e.g., winter to fall) only requires you to amend your original application.
Notice About this Application Guide
The OUAC and the universities reserve the right to change the information presented as necessary at any time. While it is expected that all programs listed in this publication will be offered, the universities reserve the right to withdraw or change academic program offerings at any time.
Your OUAC Reference Number
You receive your individualized OUAC Reference Number when you submit your online application. You must refer to your OUAC Reference Number whenever you contact the OUAC or Ontario universities.
Current Ontario High School Students (101)
January 17, 2018 (11:59 pm ET)
Deadline to submit your completed applications to the OUAC.
Fall Preview Day
Sunday, November 12, 2017
March Break Open House
Saturday, March 10, 2018
Spend the day with us Western. Register at welcome.uwo.ca or by calling 519-661-2100
University of Guelph-Humber
For more information visit: guelphhumber.ca/futurestudents
Fall Information Day
November 12, 2017
Program, Preview days
March 4 & 25, 2018
March Break Tours
March 12-17th, 2018
Carleton University – Fall Open House
October 21 Engineering and Design Science
October 28 Arts and Social Sciences, Public Affairs and Sprott School of Business
Find out more about our activities and workshops, as well as how to register for the day, by visiting carleton.ca/openhouse
University of Ottawa
Open House: October 28, 2017 and March 17, 2018
Queen’s University Chancellor Scholarship
Students interested in applying for the Queen’s Chancellor Scholarship and plan on attending Queen’s University are asked to please submit the completed application to Student Services by Thursday, Nov. 2nd, 2017.
This scholarship does require a school nomination. For more information about the scholarship please visit:
Humber College Liberal Arts & Sciences
Humber’s General Arts and Science Pathways Programs are great choices for students who have not yet decided on their field of future study or who want to upgrade their skills before moving on to another college or university program. If students desire maximum flexibility and maximum transfer credits to other institutions, then the right fit is important. Humber has four programs, each designed to match students’ interests and educational needs.
- University and College Transfer Certificate
- University Transfer Diploma
- Health and Science Certificate
- Technology Certificate
For more information, contact Humber College at 416.675.6622
Huron Western University Scholarships
Canadian Automatic Entrance Scholarships
Staring at 80%
Specialist High Skills Major
International Certificate Program
Visit : Huronuc.ca/scholarships
University of Windsor
Interested in teaching Communication Technologies? University of Windsor is offering a new and exciting five-year Concurrent BA/BEd program focused on students interested in Communication, Media and Film/Education. This program will introduce students to the most dynamic changes in an increasingly growing media complex. Students will receive two degrees; Concurrent General Bachelor of Arts (Communication, Media and Film) and Bachelor of Education and fulfil the requirements for certification by the Ontario College of Teachers.
Enrolment is limited to 20 students
Dates and Deadlines
Atlantic Universities Fair –Oct. 3 (8:45-9:45 am) Atrium
Corpus Christi University Information Program –Oct. 11 (10-1pm) Atrium
Ontario University Applications (OUAC) -deadline Jan. 17, 2018
College Application (OCAS) –deadline Feb. 1, 2018