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Toronto Catholic District School Board

Guidance: University and College Information

 

ADMISSION TO AN ONTARIO UNIVERSITY

In order to be eligible to apply to university a student must successfully complete the requirements of the Ontario Secondary School Diploma, O.S.S.D., including the Literacy Requirement and 40 hours of Community Involvement. Among the credits earned, a student must successfully complete a minimum of 6 courses coded as Grade 12 University Preparation (***4U) or University/College Preparation (***4M) including ENG4U. It is a student's responsibility to check requirements for pre-requisites and marks as published by the universities.

All students will apply through the Ontario Universities Application Centre (OUAC) in Guelph, Ontario. This organization compiles the biographical information, academic information, and students' program and university choices and transmits all information to the specific Ontario Universities. There is a flat for 3 choices. Additional choices may be made for an additional charge.
 

ADMISSION TO AN ONTARIO COLLEGE

In order to be eligible to apply to college a student must successfully complete the requirements of the Ontario Secondary School Diploma, O.S.S.D., including the Literacy Requirement and 40 hours of Community Involvement. Students are advised to ensure that the majority of their senior academic credits be of the College Preparation, University/College Preparation, or University Preparation type. All college programs require a student to have completed Grade 12 College Preparation English, ENG4C, and many programs require additional specific pre-requisites. It is a student's responsibility to check requirements for programs as published by the colleges. Many programs are oversubscribed and admission is competitive based on marks.

All students will apply through the Ontario College Application Service (OCAS) in Guelph, Ontario. This organization compiles the biographical information, academic information, and students' program and college choices and transmits all information to the specific Ontario Colleges.   There is a flat fee for 5 choices.
 
Date Event Description Where
September 22-24, 2016 Ontario Universities Fair  Metro Toronto Convention Centre
October 12 2016 -  7pm University/College Information Night -  St John Paul II  - Gym
October 17-18 2016 Ontario Colleges Fair Energy Centre CNE Grounds
November 2016 Pin Numbers for OUAC distributed Homeroom
January 11, 2017 Deadline to submit applications to OUAC for Universities in Ontario  OUAC Website
February 1 2017  Deadline to submit application to OCAS for College in Ontario to receive equal consideration OCAS website
February 3, 2017 Recommended last date to submit all information to OUAC  OUAC Website
June 1, 2017​ Earliest Date you may be required to respond to an offer of admission  OUAC Website
  
 

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