General Requirements for University
Students presenting the Ontario Grade 12 Secondary School curriculum must complete an Ontario Secondary School Diploma including:
Six Grade 12 U and/or M level courses (excluding co-op courses)
Grade 12 U level English - ENG4U
Early June – August Use the Admission Information Service (AIS) to find possible openings at Ontario Universities. www.ouac.on.ca/ais/
1. Electronic Info – www.electronicinfo.ca - eINFO is a guide to Ontario universities for secondary school students.
2. Ontario University Application Centre – www.ouac.on.ca – This is the site you will go to apply for any Ontario Universities.
3. OSAP - http://osap.gov.on.ca/
The objective of the Ontario Student Assistance Program is intended to promote equality of opportunity for post-secondary studies by providing direct financial assistance for educational costs (such as tuition fees, books, and supplies) and basic living expenses. Other OSAP programs offer assistance to students with specific needs; for example, Assistance for Students with Disabilities.
4. Loran Award – www.loranscholar.ca - This is where you can apply for the Loran Award.
5. www.yconic.com - This is a free scholarship matching service, devoted to helping Canadian high school, college and university students by providing information about scholarships, bursaries, grants, fellowships and other forms of financial assistance.
6. www.schoolfinder.com - If you're a high school student looking for information on college or university this is your section.
7. www.scholarshipscanada.com - ScholarshipsCanada.com is an educational site for students to find scholarships, student awards, bursaries and grants.
8. Career Cruising – www.careercruising.com (Username: regiop Password: notredame)
9. myBlueprint – www.myblueprint.ca (Activation Code – regiopolis)