Welcome Grads! And so it begins Post-Secondary Information
Welcome Grads! And so it begins Post-Secondary Information Session Agenda Big Picture
Application Process for University: websites, timelines, key terms, requirements Application Process for College: websites, timelines, key terms, requirements Students with IEPS: What happens after high school? Financial Aid: Scholarships/Bursuries/OSAP Other Post-Secondary Options: Apprenticeship, Gap Year, Work Next Steps: What Happens Now? UNIVERSITY
What happens at EHSS in preparation for the University application process? September-October Grad Assembly: September 24 Ontario University Fair @Metro Convention Centre Sept. 27-29
Grade 12 Classroom Visits: early October GTA Post-Secondary Options Fair: Oct. 16th 9-11am in Caf. November-December Parent Council University/College Info Night Nov. 12 @7pm PIN numbers distributed to potential grads (early November-EH has no control over this)
University school visits (listen to announcements) Guidance Appointments (ongoing) Research (E-info, websites, viewbooks) Continue to read Guidance News, listen to announcements, check EHGuidance FB, Instagram, Twitter and join REMIND Key Terms OUAC: Ontario University Application Centre Clearing house for all Ontario university
applications Transmission electronic transfer of information (demographics, marks etc.) from TDSB data base to OUAC PIN Password created by OUAC; cannot apply without a PIN number IMPORTANT
DATES Important Dates October 2019: Guidance sets up PIN numbers to be assigned through OUAC for potential grads. November 5, 2019: Transmission #1: demographics, mark history, current and projected courses,
interim marks for any sem. and nonsem. courses Important Dates JANUARY 15, 2020: DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS February 4, 2020: Recommended last date for students to submit university and program changes and additional active choices
Important Dates February 11, 2020: Transmission #2: demographics, mark history, current and projected courses, sem.1 final marks, interim marks for non-sem. Courses April 21, 2020: Transmission #3: demographics, marks history, interim marks for sem. 2 and
non-sem. courses Important Dates May 27, 2020: The latest date all high school applicants can expect a response from an Ontario university. This includes an offer of admission; a refusal; or a deferral, once additional information is received.
June 1, 2020: The earliest date an Ontario high school student may be required to respond to an Ontario university offer of admission and give a financial commitment (e.g., registration deposit, residence deposit, etc. Important Dates July 2, 2020: Transmission #4: mark history, final marks for all
courses, proof of graduation August 1, 2020: Transmission #5: mark history, final marks for all courses including summer school, proof of graduation August 27, 2020: Transmission #5a: demographics, mark history, final marks for e-learning summer school How Do I Apply?
www.ouac.on.ca Apply through OUAC101 for all undergrad programs in Ontario For Full-time Ontario students **Do NOT apply through OUAC105** How Much Does It Cost? $150 for 3 Ontario University Program Choices Each addition program choice is $50
No limit to number of program choices except $$$ Ontario University Admission Requirements OSSD 6 Grade 12 U/M courses Pre-requisite Courses Additional Criteria
Ontario University Admission Requirements OSSD (Ontario Secondary School Diploma) 18 compulsory courses 12 elective courses Successful completion of OSSLT (Grade 10 Literacy Test) 40 Hours of Community Involvement (Notfor-profit organization)
Ontario University Admission Requirements Grade 12 U/M courses ENG4U always required 5 other Grade 12 U/M courses, depending on the pre-requisites of the program/university Different universities may require different prerequisites for the same program
Students must check websites/e-info/viewbooks to check requirements Language Requirements Must write English proficiency test if in a non-English-instructional high-school for less than 4 full years (but should check each university website) Every institution has its own due dates and scores
Write early so you can re-write if necessary TOEFL/IELTS are most commonly accepted tests E-INFO www.electronicinfo.ca Degree Locator
Liaison numbers, websites, e-mail addresses Ontario University Admission Requirements Additional Criteria Supplementary forms Audition Portfolio Note:
Different universities will have different requirements and due dates for the same programs; students must check websites/e-info/viewbook for details and deadlines. OFFERS OF
ADMISSIO N Conditional Offers ALL offers of admission are CONDITIONAL until FINAL grades/diploma requirements submitted
Student must maintain a certain average as specified in the offer and/or certain grade in prerequisite courses July transmission if student
has not met all the requirements (conditions, diploma) offer will be rescinded. Other Admission Considerations Grade 11 marks Universities do see them University/mixed/college/open courses (in grades 11 and 12) do not interfere with admission as long as not included in
top 6 Early acceptance Happens automatically; students do not have to apply separately Courses taken outside of Day School Some universities/programs will not accept/penalize Out-of Province Applications Canadian
Applications online: deadlines are students responsibility English language Quebec universities (McGill, Concordia, Bishops), Dalhousie, University of Kings College, U.B.C., Victoria: students must apply after submitting applications to
OUAC b/c OUAC reference number required Out-of Province Applications American Over 4000 universities - research/deadlines are students responsibility Ideally, begin research in Gr.11
All items, including school report, midterm report, resume or information form, etc. are required 4 weeks prior to deadline Give guidance counsellors enough notice to put together application package The Common Application, and College COLLEGE
What happens at EHSS in preparation for the College application process? October Grade 12 Classroom Visits: early October Ontario College Fair: Oct. 23rd at Enercare Centre 5-9pm
GTA Post-Secondary Options Fair: Oct. 16th 9-11am in Caf. November-December Parent Council University/College Info Night Nov. 12 @7pm Guidance Appointments (ongoing) Research (E-info, websites, viewbooks) Continue to read Guidance News, listen to announcements, check
EHGuidance FB, Instagram, Twitter and join REMIND Important Dates October 2nd, 2019: Transmission #1a: demographics, mark history, current and projected courses November 20, 2019: Transmission #1: demographics, mark history, current and projected courses,
interim marks for any sem. and nonsem. courses Important Dates February 1, 2020: Equal Consideration Due Date for Applications: after this date, colleges consider applicants on a first-come, first-served basis until programs are full. February 5, 2020: Transmission #2: demographics, mark
history, current and projected courses, sem.1 final marks, interim marks for non-sem. courses Important Dates April 22, 2020: Transmission #3: demographics, marks history, interim marks for sem. 2 and non-sem. courses July 2, 2020:
Transmission #4: demographics, mark history, final marks for all courses, proof of graduation Important Dates August 1, 2020: Transmission #5: demographics, mark history, final marks for all courses including summer school, proof of graduation
August 11, 2020: Transmission #5a: demographics, mark history, final marks for e-learning summer school How Do I Apply? www.ontariocolleges.ca research different college programs in Ontario Apply for Ontario college programs
www.ocas.ca Ontario College Application Service the centralized application service for Ontarios public colleges How Much Does It Cost? $95 for 5 Program Choices Max. of 3 programs per college
Other Post-Secondary Options Apprenticeship OYAP: Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program Earn money while learning on the job Many opportunities in the trades World of Work Gap Year Volunteer, travel, upgrade courses
FINANCIAL AID Scholarships Scholarship and OSAP Information Session on Wednesday Oct. 2nd 8:45-10am Cringan Hall See your counsellor Guidance News, REMIND, FB, Guidance
www.electronicinfo.ca Major scholarships Combination of leadership experience; extra-curricular and community involvement; strong academic profile Scholarships Other Corporations children of employees
Heritage Subject-specific/national E.g. TD Canada Trust Scholarships for Community Leadership; Toyota Earth Day Scholarships; Canadian Hospitality Foundation Scholarships; Loran Award Financial Aid Ontario Student Assistance
Program (OSAP) www.osap.gov.on.ca Financial Aid offered by Universities and Colleges Bank Loans and Lines of Credit Part-time work Summer Employment The Bank of Mom and Dad
Students with IEPs Must self-identify at college/university during registration process (they wont know you have an IEP unless you tell them) Current Psycho-education assessment will be required in order to be considered for accommodations (within last 3 years) IEPs are only for EH Each university/college will have its own learning centre/own policies
What Now?? Pre-Application Process Pick up your PIN when it arrives (well let you know) Research: E-info, websites, liaison officers, viewbooks open houses/school visits guidance appointments Credit counselling summary
Pre-Application Process How Do I Make a Decision? Program vs. School Be Realistic Have a Plan B and Plan C Last Minute Details Graduation requirements Specific Program requirements
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