Applying to University?
Below is information you need to apply to university. If you have any questions please contact guidance.
- To view slides on the process of applying to university click here
- To read more about tips & tricks for applying click here
- University & College Information Summary
Are you an Ontario high school student applying to an Ontario university and have not received an offer of admission?
Starting June 6, 2019, you can use the AIS to find possible openings at other Ontario universities.
*You must have completed the OSSD (or equivalent),
including six 4U/M courses, by early September 2019.
*You must have an average of at least 60%, although higher averages are usually required.
To find out more, call 519-823-1063 or
To search for available programs, click here
University Fall Preview Days/Open Houses
We encourage students to visit prospective universities. Many universities hold open houses in the fall and spring.
Click here for summary of dates
You can explore various College & University programs on My Blueprint. Select the My Blueprint icon once you are signed into UGCLOUD. Click on “Post-Secondary” then “College & University.”
My Blueprint ‘Ask Us Anything’ Contest
Making the leap to college or university next year? Do you have questions that your guidance counsellor can’t answer?
Maybe you are curious about…
- what your first week on campus will be like?
- top tips for making friends with your TAs and Professors.
- why you should be friendly to your TA?
- how to get involved with the school community when you’re commuting to school?
- what will food on campus be like?
- how do you pick courses?
- how did you pay for tuition?
- anything else you need an answer to
Want to ask someone who has recently ‘been there, done that’ and already answered those questions for themselves?
Good news! The ‘Ask Us Anything’ contest is giving high school students across Canada a chance to have their post-secondary questions answered by current college and university students! Click here to visit the website.
The best part? For submitting a legitimate question to be answered, you will be entered to win one of five ($50) Amazon.ca gift cards before the school year wraps up. (Deadline to submit is April 30, 2019)
Universities offer undergraduate degrees, professional degrees and graduate degrees in a variety of areas.
There are 21 degree granting universities throughout Ontario. Applying to university this year? Check out the websites below.
- www.ouac.on.ca The Ontario University Application Centre is full of valuable information about applying to universities in Ontario. The central function of the OUAC is the processing of applications for admission to the provinces’ universities.
- www.electronicinfo.ca A listing of programs along with required courses and cut-off averages for all Ontario universities.
- www.cou.on.ca A central source of comprehensive and detailed information such as degrees awarded, first year tuition fees and ancillary fees for each of Ontario’s universities.
- UnivCan This website offers information about facilities, services and academic programs offered by universities in Canada.
- ON Transfer Ontario College University Transfer Guide: this guide provides information about collaborative post-secondary learning opportunities in Ontario. This includes agreements and collaborative programs that ensures continuous learning from college to university and university to college in Ontario.
- www.education411.com A source of information on Canada’s post-secondary network.