Post Secondary School Options
On November 20th, 2019 from 2:00 - 4:00 – Guidance will be hosting our annual Post-Secondary Fair with more than 27 of Ontario’s universities and colleges in attendance. Universities from other regions of Canada will also be in attendance.
Grade 12’s will be allowed to visit the Fair between 2 pm - 3:15 pm
Parents and relatives are welcome to join between 3:15 pm - 4 pm.
Prior to this date, individual universities will be holding small information sessions for students during specific days. Interested students should visit Student Services to sign up in advance.
Applying to University
The Ontario University INFO is a guide to Ontario Universities for Ontario high school students. It provides information about university programs, admission requirements and more. the Ontario University INFO website should be used as a starting point for researching university options and admission requirements. So if University is your choice, visit Ontario Universities Application Centre (OUAC) to apply.
For more info on applying to university select the link and observes OUAC's step-by-step application guide
Applying to College
Visit Ontario Colleges (OCAS) to discover and research the wide range of College programs and options. If College is your post secondary plan, use the same site (OCAS) to apply.
For more info on applying to College select this link to view the OCAS user guide.
Another great resource is our the DMCI Post Secondary School presentation. Click on the link to view it.
Going to University or College is a great choice for many students. Its also an expensive one but their is financial help. Thousands of dollars in scholarships and bursaries are available to help offset the cost of Post Secondary Education.
Visit this link to great scholarship opportunities.
You many also consider visiting the following websites for other great scholarship and bursary information and opportunities.
Ontario University INFO
The Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) is a financial aid program made up of loans and grants that can help pay for college or university, along with books, student fees, living expenses and even child care. Depending on your family income, your tuition might even be entirely paid for. To be qualified for OSAP you must be to Ontario residents of any age who is a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or a protected persons. Visit OSAP to learn more.