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Grade 12 Important Info

Important Updates regarding Graduation

Please see the newsletter, Planning Guide and information about grad photos below:

Grade 12 Newsletter 2020-2021pdf.pdf

Revised Grade 12 Planning 2020-2021.pdf

Diplomas and composite grad photos will be available in the fall.

New.pngChange of Date - Attention Graduates

Grad photos will be happening the week of May 31st!  If you have already booked a date & time - relax.  Your current booking will remain on the same day of the week (Monday, Tuesday, etc.) at the exact same time -- it will just shift to the week of May 31st.  If you have booked already and entered a valid email address, you will receive an email with the updated date.  If you have not booked yet, book now at booking.edgeimaging.ca

Please wear a white blouse or dress shirt and tie to your appointment!  And please remember to check your school email account for any new or updated information.

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From the OUAC:

See the PDF below.  It is a new document containing links to promotional material about what's next in the application process and other important information, such as deadlines, online resources and how to respond to an offer of admission.


student_hyperdoc_winter_2021.pdf


In addition to the online resource above, please note the following:

- They have updated the University Student Transition Resources that are available for students who seek additional help with transitioning to university

  They have updated their How-to Video tutorials about the 101 application process for this year

  They have revamped the Tours and Events page of OUInfo to make the univresity events more visible and easier to search.  The updated page will include a calendar that prospective students can use to view all events hosted by Ontario universities.


Important Application Reminder

College- OCAS on Ontariocolleges.ca website:

-if you need your OEN and/or student/pupil number, both can be found on your report card, or email Mrs. Couvrette.

 

University- OUAC website

-you will need your PIN number that you were given by guidance; if you have lost it, Mrs. Hollinger can reissue the letter in guidance


Important:

-University applications are due January 15th

-College applications are due February 1st for equal consideration. Some college programs will still have space and you can apply after February 1st, but not all.

-If you are a student of OSS this year, your marks will be sent automatically, so there is no need to order transcripts

 

If you have any concerns or error messages, please make an appointment to see Mrs. Couvrette in guidance:

 

Keep an eye on the Grade 12 Information button on our website for other important information.  When we get decisions on things like grad photos we will post them there as well as send emails and do announcements at school. 



See the Post-Secondary Presentation below for important information about your grade 12 year!



Planning Guide

To help keep yourself on track, for important dates and deadlines, please see the Grade 12 Planning Guide below.






The Ontario Universities' Application Centre (OUAC) has created a page with information and videos explaining how to apply to university.  Here is a link to that page.


This page is being updated with 2020-21 information as we receive it!!


Virtual Visits

Information will be updated as it is received from the colleges and universities.  Be sure to open the PDF below of the Virtual Visit Calendar for links to Virtual Visits & other important dates:


Virtual Visits Calendar 2020 2021.pdf


Virtual Tours of Colleges and Universities.xlsx



Virtual Open Houses / Future Student Events:

Ontario Colleges & Universities:

Algoma University

We have a number of exciting virtual events and engagement opportunities coming up over the next few months and our goal is to bring Algoma University directly to you.

In addition to our virtual events, we are offering virtual school visits – ether live or prerecorded - in order to connect with your students. If you or anyone at your school is interested in arranging a visit, they can complete the Request for Information Form and either myself or one of our Enrolment Specialists will be in touch regarding scheduling. We are happy to accommodate a date or time that works best for you!

I will be sending out regular communication over the coming months regarding important updates, deadlines, and academic offerings for your students, but should you have any questions or concerns in the meantime, please feel free to send me an email or call/text me at 647-966-5295.

Register Here Today!

NEXT STEPS

Register for Upcoming Events
Book a Meeting
*Check for Important Dates and Deadlines*

COMING UP

  • Find Your Future at Algoma U Preview Event - October 1st, 5-6pm EST
  • Coming SOON: T-Bird Tuesdays 
    • Join us once a month as we cover important topics from Residence, Financial Aid, Student Life, Study Abroad and more. 
  • Virtual Open House Week - November 9th-15th 

 

Brescia University College

Brescia will be holding a virtual visit to O.S.S. on Tuesday, November 24 at 5:30 p.m.  See your school email or the PDF of the virtual visits above for a link.

Brescia New Digital Look Book


Brock University

We now have a page where students can sign up for evening (virtual visit) sessions to better accommodate their schedules. These will occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:00PM – 5:45PM.  The link to this page is https://discover.brocku.ca/experience/ .

To register for a session, students will click the link provided where they will find a calendar below, simply click a ‘Experience Brock Information Session’ for their preferred date, and be brought to a registration page where they can sign up. Once registered, students will receive a confirmation email which has the link to the Microsoft Teams Meeting where the virtual visit will occur.

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Our virtual doors will soon be open to you and your students!

Join us for Fall Preview, launching on Monday, Nov. 9 at 8:30 a.m.

Throughout Fall Preview, students will be able to:

  • Take a virtual tour of our beautiful campus and residences.
  • Attend live and interactive sessions, and experience the wide variety of opportunities available to Brock students.
  • Explore faculty and program information.
  • Learn more about our services, supports, and how to get involved both on and off campus.
  • Connect virtually with current students, Brock staff, Faculty, and Recruitment Officers.

We strongly encourage students to plan ahead so that they won't miss out on the live sessions we're offering. Please share the link below with your students and colleagues ahead of the event so that they can see which sessions they would like to attend: brocku.ca/discover/fallpreviewday

We hope to see you and your students online on Monday!

P.S. If students can't attend during the live portions of the event, don't worry. Sessions will be recorded, and Fall Preview will be available throughout the entire application process to browse and learn more about Brock.

 


Canadore College

We are excited to launch our new page for prospective students and hope you can pass this information along to them.

Canadorecollege.ca/joinus

Here you will find:

  • Virtual tours of our campuses.
  • Our pre-recorded presentation.
  • Our virtual program guide.
  • Personalized tour booking.

Students can also sign up for weekly prizes and two grand prizes of a $5000 TUITION CREDIT!

 

Carleton University

Virtual March Break Open House

We're excited to announce the lineup for our Virtual March Break Open House!  Students can join us virtually on March 13, 15 - 20, 2021 to learn more about Carleton programs, chat with professors and current students, take a virtual tour of campus and take the next steps to becoming a Carleton University Raven!  Please encourage your students to attend the open house date that aligns with their faculty of choice:

Faculty of Engineering and Design & Science Open House:  Saturday, March 13, 2021 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. (E.T.)

Sprott School of Business Open House:  Friday, March 19, 2021 (more details coming soon).

Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences & Public Affairs Open House:  Saturday, March 20, 2021 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. (E.T.)


Confederation College

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Fanshawe College

We are excited to announce Fanshawe’s Virtual Open House will take place on Saturday, March 27 from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Key features include:

  • Live sessions with staff, faculty and current students where students can drop-in and ask questions about their program, student services and more! 
  • Entry to our Win Free Tuition contest when students register for Virtual Open House
  • On-demand videos, virtual tours and helpful links to prepare students to start college
  • Assistance with college applications and help with questions about admissions, financial aid and more! 

Save the date and remind your students to register ahead of time at openhouse.fanshawec.ca! Thank you for your continued support.


SAVE THE DATE
Fanshawe Virtual Open House Nov. 9-27
We are excited to announce Fanshawe’s Virtual Open House will take place online November 9-27, with event activities throughout the month.   

Key features include:


Nov. 9-13, 3 to 8 p.m. | Program sessions with faculty and current students

 

Nov. 14, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. | Webinars and live chats in our Student Services Showcase 

 

Nov. 16-20 | One-on-one appointments with recruiters, explore virtual tours and helpful video resources to prepare them to start college 

 

Nov. 23-27, 3 to 8 p.m. | Live drop-in sessions to speak with college experts and more one-on-one appointments with recruiters

 
Save the date and remind your students to register ahead of time, at openhouse.fanshawec.ca!



Fleming College

Fleming College is holding a virtual visit to O.S.S. on Wednesday, December 9, 2020 at 4:00 p.m.  See your school email account for details on how to join in!


Fleming is excited to announce the launch of our new Reimagine your Future webpage! We hope you will take a peek!  

The site has been designed as a virtual viewbook, to assist students navigate our program opportunities and supports seamlessly.

We have a number of platforms set-up to connect with us virtually. Students can book a 1:1 appointment or choose any one of the following options to connect with Fleming:

You will notice a few changes to the Workplace Pathway options for Fall 2021. Some programs are now requiring a college level math. Note: Trades Fundamentals continues to be an essential credit pathway and a steppingstone, allowing students to pursue the desired Trades options.

Our Find your Future link has proven to be a great resource for students trying to determine their program of interest. All students need to do is answer a few questions to find the Fleming College programs best suited for them. It will only take a few minutes to complete, but the results may last a lifetime!

For any interested students, there is space available in some January 2021 program. For those preparing for September 2021, we have great resources available, from helping them find the right program to applying to college:

https://flemingcollege.ca/reimagine



Georgian College

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Spread the word! Any future student who RSVPs for Virtual Open House on Saturday, Nov. 14 will have a chance to win $5,000 toward tuition. Wouldn’t that be a nice way  for someone to start their journey at Georgian?

 

Plus, participants can:

·         connect with staff and faculty through live, interactive sessions

·         learn about financial aid

·         learn how to apply to Georgian for free

·         view virtual campus tours

·         discover the services available to students

 

If you know a student who isn't sure which program to take, you can encourage them to complete our Career Match quiz.

 

 

Questions? We're happy to help!
GeorgianCollege.ca/openhouse
recruitment@georgiancollege.ca

705.722.5152


There is an exciting opportunity for prospective Indigenous students. We are launching one-on-one virtual/phone information sessions with myself.  I can speak with individuals who aren’t sure about what they may want to take at the post-secondary level, talk about all Georgian programs including our Indigenous Studies offerings, share about our Indigenous Services available to students, bursaries, and more.  If folks book an information session with me I will send them a FREE sweater in the mail while supplies last. Additionally, those interested will be able to apply for free this year at our Virtual Open House on November 14th, with more details to come.  Miigwech.

Ashley Lacourciere, HBASc BEd
Community Liaison Officer, Indigenous Services

705.728.1968, ext. 1317


University of Guelph

The ways your students can connect with us this Fall:

  1. Attend one of our open liaison presentations on a date & time that works for them.  These will be offered at 12pm, 4pm and 7pm Mon-Thurs and 12pm on Fridays beginning at the end of September. 
  2. Book an individual, 30-minute meeting with one of our liaison officers.  
  3. Attend a webinar (various dates, times and topics will be offered).  
  4. Attend one of our virtual event days.  
    1. Discover Guelph- September 26th, 2020 
    2. Fall Preview Day- November 8th, 2020  

 

For more information, please visit:  https://admission.uoguelph.ca/events


All options listed above will be outlined on this webpage in the upcoming weeks. 


If your students have any questions, they can email our liaison officers at find.yourself@uoguelph.ca.

University of Guelph-Humber

We have introduced an engaging and informative webinar series, GH Talks: High School Applicants. Our series will run Monday – Thursday with sessions available at 3:00 pm and 7:00 pm EST. Our registration page is now live!

  

Despite being in a virtual environment, we are committed to providing the same level of support to you and your students. If any of your students have any questions about the University of Guelph-Humber please encourage them to book a One-on-One Advising Appointment where they will be able to chat with one of our university representatives. 



Lakehead University

We are hosting a March Virtual Open House starting Monday, March 15 - Wednesday, March 31.  Every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday we have 60 minute sessions that will run at 3:00 pm, 4:30 pm and 6:00 pm.  Students will be able to choose from all different types of sessions to attend!  They can choose from different Faculty and Program Showcases where they will learn more about a specific program offered at Lakehead.  There will also be Mock Lectures that they can attend!  A Student Panel where they will have the opportunity to chat and ask questions to current Lakehead University students.  Also other Student Support presentations from various departments, such as Residence & Housing, Student Accessibility Services and more!

 

Register at the link below: 

https://www.lakeheadu.ca/marchbreak

 

Join us March 15th to March 31st foMarch Virtual Open HouseEvery Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday our 60 min sessions run at 3:00 pm, 4:30 pm and 6:00 pm. Secure your seat at lakeheadu.ca/marchbreak

 

Cannot Attend March Virtual Open House?

Book a Zoom appointment with me by clicking here

Register for one of our Virtual Events & Webinars

Want to see Lakehead's campus? Check out our Virtual Tour


Join Lakehead University for their Parent & Family Night!  It is an evening information session geared primarily for parents and guardians of prospective first year incoming students.  Learn what to expect, how to prepare and chat with admissions, student awards and current students to learn more about the Lakehead University experience.

When:  Thursday, November 19th

Time:  6:30pm - 8:00pm

Where:  RSVP here to join virtually

 

In addition to live information sessions specific to your school and students we are offering, Lakehead is additionally providing a number of exceptional ways for students to connect and engage with us this year in a virtual environment. 

 

This includes a virtual Open House, virtual Campus Tours, one-on-one advising appointments, a weekly Discover Lakehead and Explore Our Programs webinar series.  Students can open their world to adventure, opportunity, community, independence and success but connecting with us here.


Lakehead / Georgian

As we've transitioned to a virtual setting this fall for recruitment I wanted to touch base with you and let you know of the ways you and your students can connect with us at Lakehead-Georgian this year.

Here are a few ways to explore LUGC:

OUAC Application fee coverage: We are covering the base application fee ($150) for those looking to apply to a Lakehead-Georgian program. To get this voucher, they would need to attend a Lakehead-Georgian webinar session, Georgian College Open House or book a phone appointment with me. Note: Lakehead events are NOT included in this offering.

Last week we sent out viewbooks to your school. You can also find the digital copy online here.



Laurentian University

We are offering evening sessions on Wednesdays (French) and Thursdays (English) for student to tune into from 4:00 to 5:00pm. They can register here:  https://laurentian.ca/explore#ISV

Below you will find a Youtube link that contains Laurentian University’s entire University Information Presentation.

 

Click here to view the video.

 

Included as well is a text transcript of the video.



McMaster University

Got questions? We have answers!

Head over to the new FAQ section for answers to questions from your students, such as our plans for the fall, applications and more. Still have questions? Chat with us via our site and follow us on social media.


I am pleased to announce that we have opened registration for our Mac Connections presentations. These presentations give your students a chance to connect with one of our recruiters in a small, virtual session.
If you have students interested in joining one of our sessions, pass them along this link. They can view profiles of our Liaison Officers and select whom they would like to have as a presenter. They will also have a chance to ask questions and chat with our team during the presentation.

Personalized Digital Viewbooks

I am also happy to announce that our digital viewbook has officially launched. By visiting this link, you and your students can create a viewbook filled with information that they want on Mac, programs, admission requirements and more.

You can find the tool here.

Each week in November, we will spotlight different faculties, letting you and your students explore our 25 undergraduate programs. Read on for all the details, including which faculties are spotlighted each week and what to expect for events.




Niagara College

Niagara College is holding a Virtual Open House on Saturday, March 27. For more details and to register, visit openhouse.niagaracollege.ca



Northern College

As the Northern College Liaison and Recruitment Officer for Southern Ontario , I will be hosting weekly Northern College After Hours – Student Info Sessions on Tuesdays from 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM via Zoom: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Ycd1t4gcRb2Jh-ZQesitgQ

Kara McComb

Liaison & Recruitment Officer – Southern Ontario

Northern College of Applied Arts & Technology



OCAD University

Virtual Events This Fall

We are working hard to transform our events and on-campus experiences to help support you and your students. Look forward to updates about booking 1:1 appointments with our admissions team, workshops and info sessions about applying and portfolio building opportunities, including getting access to virtual National Portfolio Day.   

Stay tuned!

 

COVID-19 Update

All face-to-face meetings as well as physical access to our campus (including studios, laboratories and libraries) continue to be suspended until January 1, 2021. Read more on OCAD U's response here: ocadu.ca/coronavirus

The following Admissions & Recruitment services will be not be available during this period:

  • All campus visits and tours
  • In-person appointments or drop-ins
  • All in-person workshops and events

The Admission & Recruitment office, while physically closed, is online and active. Our team is working remotely and we are here to support you and your students. we hope to see you through our many virtual and online sessions this fall.


University of Ottawa

Virtual Information Sessions – Next Steps: These sessions, which will run from February 10 to April 1, are custom-made for applicants in Canada. Sessions include a 45-minute Why Choose uOttawa? overview of everything you need to know as well as a range of 30-minute focused-topic sessions on admissions steps, scholarships, residence, how we support your well-being and the inside scoop on what you can expect in fall 2021.

 

Information evenings in Quebec: These virtual sessions on Wednesday, February 17 and Thursday, February 18 are custom-made for Quebec students. Participants will learn more about our programs, admissions procedures and much more from the comfort of their homes. They’ll also be able to chat directly with a liaison officer and faculty staff and ask questions.

 

Virtual Spring Open House: Heads up! Our popular virtual Spring Open House events will take place from Monday, March 15 to Saturday, March 20. These include customized activities based on the fields of study that students are interested in, steps in the admissions process, scholarships, financial aid, and experiential learning, all in an interactive online environment. Participants will be able to chat with current students, profs and uOttawa representatives, learn more about what to expect in fall 2021, take a guided virtual campus tour and browse virtual kiosks to download brochures and watch videos.

 

Take a virtual tour: At any time, students can see for themselves what makes uOttawa such a great choice.

 

Regional applicant receptions: Starting in late April 2021, we’ll be welcoming your students to our virtual regional applicant receptions.


Redeemer University

Redeemer University will be holding an O.S.S.-specific virtual visit on Monday, October 19th at 4 p.m.  The link to the virtual visit will be provided soon!


St Clair College

Virtual Open House - November 21, 2020

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University of Toronto

U of T Webinar for Prospective Students

Monday, January 11, 2021 at 6:00 PM until 7:00 PM EST

https://apply.adm.utoronto.ca/register/?id=4f8d78bd-2722-42c3-afd6-db5e5a593d8e

  • Hosted by the university’s central recruitment office
  • This is a prospective event and will cover all aspects of U of T and our three campuses

 

AND


Faculty of Arts & Science - Meet to Complete

Wednesday, January 13, 2021 at 7:00 AM until 8:30 AM EST

https://apply.adm.utoronto.ca/register/?id=d82da678-2791-4a08-aab8-6a7fa32f7966

  • Hosted by Arts & Science at St. George Campus for students who have applied to Arts & Science
  • This will cover next steps in the application process for those who have started their application (which by then, most students should have done)



Here a few ways for you and your students to connect with U of T: 

  1. We have scheduled a University of Toronto Information Session for interested students and families in the Northern Ontario and Ottawa regions. The direct registration link is below – please share with your grade 11 and 12 students.

    University of Toronto Information Session for Students in Northern Ontario & Ottawa Regions 
    Monday, December 14, 2020 from 5:00PM to 6:00PM (EST) 
    Click here to register! 

    If you or any of your colleagues would like to watch as well, please let me know as the link for school administrators is different than the one above. 

  2. We are also offering a series of videos and live events that replicate the dynamic presentations our recruiters typically give to audiences of prospective students. This collection of videos will be housed online, so that anyone interested may access them at their own convenience to learn more about the University of Toronto, Canada's #1 university:  https://discover.utoronto.ca  

     


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The Black Access to Educational Excellence Initiative provides prospective Black high school students with supports at UTM to assist them in their university decision-making process. Prospective Black students will be personally introduced to current UTM Black students, faculty, and a robust network of resources, dedicated to continually supporting them throughout their post-secondary studies.

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Black and First Generation students can be met with educational barriers in the pursuit of a post-secondary education, particularly university. As a parent or guardian, how can you best support your high school student along their academic journey when the process may be unfamiliar, or you are a few years removed? Join us at the University of Toronto Mississauga to learn more about the variety of post-secondary educational options, how to prepare for a university education, the application process, finances, and your role in your student's pursuit of higher education.

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Trent University

At Trent we have gone completely virtual for the fall and have lots of great opportunities for prospective students, including daily virtual presentations, a Virtual Fall Preview, Virtual Open House and tours! Can you please share the following link with your students and encourage those interested in Trent to explore our virtual page and join us in presentations!


Don't miss Trent University's upcoming Virtual Fall Preview

Saturday, October 3, 11 am – 2 pm

Hear from faculty and current students, explore program options, learn about admissions and scholarships and be entered into a draw to win free first year tuition.  

Register at trentu.ca/fallpreview

Virtual Presentations Start the Week of September 28:

Before or after Fall Preview, students can join our enrolment advisors for interactive virtual presentations – offered twice daily, four times a week. We will be talking about programs, scholarships, student life and residence, guaranteed career experience, and so much more. Learn more and sign up at trentu.ca/virtual


Tyndale University

Here are a couple of links that can be given to students so that they might be able to explore a bit more at their own pace.  They will guide your students to valuable information about Tyndale University: 

 Virtual Tour and Information Session 

https://www.tyndale.ca/visit 

Connecting with Your Admissions Counsellor 

https://www.tyndale.ca/admissions/counsellors/jaclyn-caldwell 

 Promotional Video of the University 

https://www.tyndale.ca/admissions/undergraduate 



University of Waterloo

Some resources from the University of Waterloo:

·         Waterloo Wednesday Webinarson-going events every Wednesday from 5-6 p.m. including general and themed sessions  

·         Waterloo Virtual Fair – October 3connect with students, professors, and staff without the hassle of travel 

·         Waterloo Virtual Open House – November 7connect with students, professors, and staff without the hassle of travel

 
On-demand liaison presentation: available anytime for your students 

·         Q & A directly with liaison officers (email us)a private virtual session specifically for your students or a specific family 

·         Virtual tourssee campus and learn about Waterloo from our ambassadors  

·         Brochure requestsorder or download any of our brochures


Western University

What's happening this spring:

This year, we are hosting a series of presentations to cover everything that would have been available at our in-person event, starting on March 16.  More details will come shortly, so please keep an eye on our website for updates:  welcome.uwo.ca/presentations

This presentation series includes:

 - Your Next Steps What happens after you receive an offer of admission and how to prepare before September

 - Faculty-Specific Presentations including mini lectures and student panels

 - Non-academic Sessions with Residence, Student Experience and Indigenous Services.  Learn more about what it's like to be a student at Western.

Admission Updates

A reminder that many of our 101 students who have received an offer of admission, will have a decision deadline of June 1st.  We encourage students to check their offer details in case their deadlines are different, and we recommend that students accept early.  For students who have applied to Ivey for AEO (Advanced Entry Opportunity) admission, Ivey will release their decisions separately from us traditionally between late March and Mid May.

Accepting another school's offer of admission through the OUAC (Ontario University Application Center) does not have an impact on their Western choice(s) as long as a decision hasn't been made on their application.  If we release an offer at a later date, students can cancel any earlier acceptances they've made and accept Western if they've changed their mind.  Also, accepting an offer from a university outside of Ontario will not have an impact on our ability to consider you for an offer of admission to Western.

With the exception of Nursing, if a program is still open on the OUAC, students can apply.  However, applications that come in after January 15th, will be reviewed pending space and availability in the program.

Lastly, for any student who has indicated that English is not their first language, we have decided to accept Duolingo tests for admission consideration to Summer and Fall/Winter 2021.  A minimum overall score of 115 is required; subscore results must be submitted with no section less than 100.  April 16th is the last date for us to receive English Proficiency test results from 101 applicants for consideration for the final round of offers in May.



 Virtual Fall Preview Day for Western University

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Thank you for your patience over the last several months as we pivoted to a mixed model of learning at Western. We know that this past year has been unique and challenging in many ways and we’ve all made shifts to our personal and professional lives. As we adapt, we want to continue to foster the connections we have with you in a meaningful way.

Sadly, we will not be travelling to schools or scheduling individual virtual presentations this year.

We want to make sure your students can still ask us their questions every:

  • Wednesday 2:00 - 4:00 pm EST
  • Thursday 1:00 - 3:00 pm EST

During these times, we will offer drop-in virtual Zoom Office Hours. No appointment necessary!

We are offering this in addition to hosting frequent virtual presentations, virtual tours and a virtual open house. If students want more information sent from Western, they can sign up here.


Brescia University College at Western University

Please see the PDF below for news about virtual visits and other helpful information

Brescia Guidance Letter 2020.pdf


King's University College at Western University

King's hosts our annual Spring Open House virtually this Saturday, March 20, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. EDT.  Open House offers prospective students a chance to learn more about each of King's programs and services.  Students may visit with King's faculty, students and staff to ask their questions about the opportunities King's offers!

Register for Open House

  • We will also be offering a series of open virtual evening sessions throughout the Fall that students can register for in advance. They can refer to our Future Students website for further information: https://www.kings.uwo.ca/future-students/



Wilfrid Laurier University

Virtual Open House Format

  • On-demand content is available now and can be accessed at any time.
  • Open House Live where you can interact with faculty, students and staff.
    • Thursday, Nov. 12, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. ET
    • Tuesday, Nov. 17, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. ET
    • Wednesday, Nov. 25, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. ET

We recommend that you explore the on-demand content first. Then, drop in to the sessions of interest during Open House Live to ask questions. Links to the live sessions will be available throughout the virtual open house site.


Registration


You do not need to register for Open House Live, except for the following sessions:

Business Administration Double Degrees session




Laurier's Virtual Recruitment Opportunities.

Laurier has created a one-stop-shop for all of our virtual initiatives to allow your students to make meaningful connections with the Laurier community this fall.

The new and improved Virtual Laurier Experience includes: 

  • Live university information sessions
  • Live, guided virtual campus tours
  • Appointments with student ambassadors

 

See the Virtual Laurier Experience

 

 


University of Windsor

Admissions Update

Applications for most programs are still open!  Please remind your students that the OUAC deadline is not necessarily absolute, and to contact a Student Recruitment Officer should they have any questions about applying to a specific program.

Spring Open House

Future UWindsor students and their entourage can attend live webinars, and find out about programs, awards, financial aid, student support, and academic advising.  Meet fellow students and student recruiters, virtually.  No travel needed; you can participate from wherever you are.

Date & Time:  Saturday March 6 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Link to registerhttps://future.uwindsor.ca/open-house



York University

Please check your school email for the details on how to join the York University Virtual Presentation on Thursday, November 26, 2020 at 4:30 p.m.



Four helpful points to find what you need:

 

  

Our Faculties are offering great, live sessions that students can sign up for. If you have students interested in York, please pass along the following links so they can see what is being offered throughout the fall:   

    

Health: https://www.yorku.ca/health/high-school-outreach/   

Lassonde: [discover.lassonde.yorku.ca]discover.lassonde.yorku.ca   

Glendon: https://www.glendon.yorku.ca/futurestudents/connect-and-visit/campus-visits-and-events/   

AMPD: https://ampd.yorku.ca/events/   

EUC: https://eucbacinfo20.eventbrite.com   

Science: https://www.yorku.ca/science/science-events/   

LAPS: https://discover.laps.yorku.ca/   

Schulich: https://schulich.yorku.ca/about/news-events/?type=events&cat=460#more   



Out of Province Colleges & Universities:

University of New Brunswick Virtual Visit- Orillia Secondary School

Students can join by clicking the link at the designated time- September 24th, 4:00 pm ET: Click Here to Join

Description:

The University of New Brunswick is (virtually) coming to your school! This is a perfect chance for you to ask any questions you have about UNB and studying in Atlantic Canada.

This will be open to a small group and the session is exclusive to your school. Whether you are interested in knowing about scholarships, academic programs, residence, or you don't even know what to ask; we are here to help.

By joining you can enter to Win Free First-Year Tuition.

University of New Brunswick- Future Student Events

September 22nd - November 23rd, 2020

Throughout the fall UNB is hosting two virtual series online. Frist, UNB 101 is a 20-minute overview of the university, leaving plenty of time for questions. Second, UNB Q&A is a topic-specific session jumping into topics like scholarships, our programs, and living on residence. Attendees who RSVP and attend receive a free UNB pop socket, laptop sticker, or sunglasses.

For more details and to RSVP visit: UNB Future Student Events

Cape Breton University

CBU Scholarship Poster 11x17.pdf

CBU101 Poster 2021.pdf

Cape Breton University (video)

Admission Requirements - Ontario High School Applicants

Apply Now

Future Students Month (Nov 1 -30) 

 

Dalhousie University


Virtual Open House is coming up on Saturday, November 7, 2020! We invite students to explore our undergraduate faculties, learn more about our campuses, connect with profs and students, and get a feel for student life.

They can spend the day exploring all of the opportunities a Dalhousie education has to offer through information sessions, panels, activities, fairs, chat and more! Full event details and registration are at dal.ca/openhouse.

FIND OUT MORE ABOUT OPEN HOUSE

 

 


St. Mary's University, Halifax

Below is the link for the Orillia Information Session on Tuesday, October 27ctober 27 at 2 pm

Students will be able to apply for free online through an Orilla specific discount code I will create the day of the event. There is also no need to pre-register, simply click the link at 2 pm on the 27th! 

Zoom link is: 

https://zoom.us/j/91305948959



Grad Photos - Retakes February 20, 2020

 

Edge Imaging will be at Orillia Secondary School, on Thursday, February 20, 2020, for Grad Photos retakes, or to take your Grad Photo if you missed the November session.

Students are able to book appointments online in three simple steps:

1)  Visit bookmygrad.ca

2)  Enter in the three-letter school code:  ORI

3)  Select sitting type, date and time

There are 4 options to choose from! Please choose the option that works best for you. Even if you are not planning on purchasing your grad photos please have your photo taken in order to be included on the composite and in the yearbook.  


Grad Photo Flyer.pdf

Grad Photo Flyer.jpg