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Attending College

Students wanting to attend an Ontario College need to, at minimum, meet program entry requirements. Students are strongly encouraged to begin searching programs and schools of interest during their grade 10 year. It is highly recommended that students and parents/guardians familiarize themselves with the application process, important dates, campus visits, and scholarships and financial aid.


Students should visit college websites (http://www.myblueprint.ca/peel, www.ontariocolleges.ca) to learn about college programs and admission requirements.


This year's Ontario College Information Fair will take place Tuesday, October 23, 2018 (5:00pm-9:00pm) and Wednesday, October 24, 2015 (9:00am-2:00pm) at 100 Princes' Blvd | Hall B - Exhibition Place | Toronto. This is a free where event where you will be able to interact with Ontario College representatives.


Destination College

College Application Instructions 

FAQs - College Applications




Students appyling to an Ontario College apply through www.ontariocolleges.ca.


The following presentation will help assist you as you apply to post secondary programs offered at Ontario Colleges: Applying to Ontario Colleges 


A list of collaborative (joint) programs offered by Ontario universities in collaboration with Ontario colleges can be accessed here.



If you plan on pplying to an Ontario college and have been in Canada for less than 5 years, you may be required to write an English Language Proficiency Test (i.e. TOEFL)


  Post secondary application will not be considered until test results have been received

  Research now (test dates, locations, times)

  Complete the online practice test


VISIT:  http://www.ets.org/   for more information about test dates and locations



Suggested Resources

Ontario Colleges
Provides students with program information and is used to apply to college programs.

My Blueprint Planner

My Blueprint is a customizable, interactive education planning tool that provides students the ability to make the most informed decisions about their education. Students are provided with the opportunity to research college programs throughout Canada.


Learn the most direct routes to your goals through Ontario's colleges and universities. A simple tutorial shows how to find your best pathways and save them for future reference. You'll also find clearly explained facts about these institutions, including their different credentials, to help make sense of the system.

Ontario Colleges Fair

Provides potential college bound students with the opportunity to meet college reps, faculty and staff to learn more college programs, costs, housing, about why college is the right choice for you.


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