Post Secondary Options

Post Secondary School Options


On TBA the guidance department will be hosting an in-person informational presentation on Post-Secondary pathways for students, parents/guardians. 


University Information

College Information

US & International applicaitons

Volunteering information - COVID-19 related.


Ontario University Fair (OUF)

The OUF gathers Ontario's universities in one place and it's free to visit in person!  This is your one stop to discover everything related to post secondary school.  This is the perfect opportunity to talk to representatives and alumni from Ontario universities about programs, campus life and anything else that may help you make a decision about which Ontario university to choose. Each university has its own booth, staffed with representatives who can answer your questions and provide additional materials about programs, admission requirements, student life, and more.
To attend you must register in advance for an OUF pass at the link below.

Date: October 5-6, 2024
Time: 9:30am – 5:00pm
Locations: Metro Toronto Convention Centre

For more detailed information visit:

DMCI University and College info:

Individual university and college in-person information sessions will be scheduled for DMCI students in October and November 2024.   Individual College and university visit date and times can be found posted in the Student Services google classroom.

Families are also always encouraged to participate in open houses offered by each university/College. We’re hoping that our DMCI students do research and ask the reps relevant questions that will ease their stress levels and help them make informed and confident post-secondary decisions. 


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 observe OUAC's "how-to" videos on applying


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.



Going to University or College is a great choice for many students.  It's also an expensive one but there 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 may 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.