They are important dates inside your application. Book them carefully and them in your mind while you apply.
The eINFO site goes live. Go to the eINFO web site to start your quest.
September 25-27, 2015
All 21 Ontario colleges are in one location in the Ontario Universities’ Fair (OUF). Only for you! Faculty, academics and knowledgeable reps will be ready to answer the questions you have.
Gather details about Ontario’s 21 colleges in the College Information Program (UIP). The UIP travels across Ontario following the OUF, offering fair- or presentation-style occasions in many Ontario regions.
You will get the application Access Code Letter out of your guidance counsellor together with your school number, student number and temporary PIN. Bare this letter for the records. You'll need these details to use.
Note: The OUAC still processes programs received following this date and distributes these to the colleges. However, specific college due dates will apply.
The first application includes all final grades from completed Grade 11 and 12 courses and a listing of current-year courses happening.
Target date for Ontario colleges to get all application data and grades in the OUAC for those programs posted by The month of january 13, 2016.
Suggested last date that you should submit information towards the OUAC that need considering for early admission. These details includes college and program changes and extra active options.
Note: This isn't a deadline. The OUAC accepts and procedures changes anytime.
Target date for Ontario colleges to get all final first-semester and current full-year grades for 4U/M courses in the OUAC.
Target date for Ontario colleges to get second-semester midterm and interim grades for full-year courses in the OUAC. Grades the OUAC receives earlier will be delivered to Ontario colleges when received.
- a deal of admission
- a refusal or
- a deferral, pending the receipt of specific information.
The first date you might be needed to reply to an Ontario college offer of admission and provide an economic commitment (e.g., registration deposit, residence deposit, etc.).
Other admissions‑related elements, including scholarship grants, other kinds of student assistance or financial incentives, while offering of residence are thought area of the offer of admission. Therefore, you might accept other offers just before June 1, 2016, but Ontario colleges won't compel students by any means to come to a decision earlier.
The Admission Information Service (AIS) enables you to find out which Ontario colleges have spots obtainable in first-year undergraduate programs.