Graduation Information

News and information for our graduating students will be posted here throughout the year. Check back frequently for updates!

The Trinity Grad Pad

Graduation Planning Information 2021-2022

At this time in the school year Graduating students should be:

  • researching and ensuring they have completed prerequisites for options considered for next year

  • exploring online resources

  • researching scholarship information and applying to advertised and unadvertised awards

  • checking scholarship application deadlines as they are on-going throughout the year

  • listening for news about graduation procedures

To book an appointment with your guidance counsellor, please send your request through mystudentinfo.ca.

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Grad Announcements


Archived Grad Announcements

Algonquin College Open House - November 17

Open House is the perfect opportunity to explore Algonquin College and get all of your questions answered live. Join interactive Q&A sessions and speak to your future profs, learn about our student support services and student life, connect with current students and alumni and get to know our campuses.

Register early to be entered into a draw to win prizes: Open House .

House of Commons Page Program

Interested in a Purposeful Gap year? Check out Discover Year's E-brochure to learn all about it!

As well, book the following in your calendar! Discover Year’s Virtual Info Session (open to the public) on October 19th. This is a great opportunity for young adults, parents, and educators to learn more about our structured gap year program.


Each year, 40 students are selected from across Canada to participate in the Page Program. Pages are first-year students registered at one of the eligible post-secondary institutions in the national capital region. They work on a part-time basis for one year.

In the chamber and around Parliament Hill, pages support parliamentary democracy by providing a range of services to members of Parliament. This incredible work experience broadens their knowledge of the rich traditions of the Canadian parliamentary system.

For more information, please visit https://www.ourcommons.ca/About/PageProgram/Index-e.html.

GAP Year Info Session - Tuesday, October 19

Interested in a Purposeful Gap year? Check out Discover Year's E-brochure to learn all about it!

As well, book the following in your calendar! Discover Year’s Virtual Info Session (open to the public) on October 19th. This is a great opportunity for young adults, parents, and educators to learn more about our structured gap year program.


UWindsor Fall Open House - Saturday, October 23

YOU ARE INVITED TO EXPLORE OUR FALL OPEN HOUSE

You are invited to explore our Fall Open House. Experience first-hand why the University of Windsor is an exceptional choice!

Join us on October 23rd, 2021 and choose your own journey!

Choose to attend online or in-person or both!

Choose to attend in the morning or afternoon (or both if choosing to attend in-person and online)!

Available time slots:

9am to 12pm or 1pm - 4pm

Visit https://future.uwindsor.ca/foh for more information.

OCAD University - Portfolio Clinics

Your portfolio is a visual representation of who are you, and a collection of work that showcases your individual creative and technical experiences.

OCAD University has created a unique portfolio program with you in mind. Portfolio Clinics are designed for learners between the ages 15 and up interested in pursuing a creative pathway towards postsecondary education. We are excited to work alongside you in developing your studio art and design skills.

This series of workshops encompasses all aspects of the art and design process; these may range from research and conception, to problem solving, to finalizing and sharing.

Taught by OCAD U faculty who are professionals in their field, learners will come away with a better understanding of how studio-based research and creative process work can come together to support a strong portfolio piece. The various workshop offerings present an opportunity for participants to explore different techniques, mediums and approaches to a studio practice applicable to any art and design program.

Questions? Email: portfolioclinics@ocadu.ca

Please note: Not all workshops are available at every scheduled date. Portfolio Clinics may be subject to cancellation due to low enrolment.

Visit https://admissions.ocadu.ca/visit/meet-us/portfolio-clinics for more information and to register.

OCAD University - Canada's Largest Art and Design University

Curious about Canada's largest art and design university? Not sure if you're ready to apply? Tune into this webinar to learn more about what OCAD U has to offer. Get information about our different programs, academic and portfolio requirements, campus life and more! Use this opportunity to meet one of our recruitment specialists and ask your questions.


Visit https://apply.ocadu.ca/portal/learnmoreaboutocadu for more information.

The New ontariocolleges.ca Mobile App is Here!

In August, we launched a new ontariocolleges.ca app – one that makes it easier and more enjoyable to apply to college on a mobile device.

With the new school year almost underway, we’d like to share everything you need to know about our new mobile app to help you better support students who are considering applying to college.


About the App


The new ontariocolleges.ca mobile app features a refreshed design that matches the desktop Apply experience we launched last summer, giving students a more consistent experience when moving between the two platforms.

Just like with our existing app, students can use the new ontariocolleges.ca app to create an OCAS account (or log into an existing one), search and add programs, request transcripts, pay fees, and view and confirm offers. The new app also includes features that weren’t previously available for mobile, like in-app chat support and viewing Ontario high school grades.

Download the new ontariocolleges.ca app!

A Few Quick Notes

We’ve built an entirely new app, rather than simply updating our existing one. This means the new ontariocolleges.ca mobile app has a separate app store listing.

We’d like to ensure users of our current mobile app have plenty of time to complete in-progress applications, so we’re keeping the existing app available until mid-September. After this transition period, we’ll begin directing users to download the new app.


Ontario Universities' Fair - September 25 & October 26

Ontario's universities are excited to host the Ontario Universities' Fairs virtual events in fall 2021. The Ontario Universities' Fairs will consist of 2 virtual events:

  • Saturday, September 25, 12-2 pm (ET)

  • Tuesday, October 26, 5-7 pm (ET)

All Ontario universities will participate in these events. The events are free and anyone may attend - no registration required.

Each event will be divided up into four 30-minute sessions, where students can learn about the universities of their choice and ask questions.

For more information, visit the event website.

Twitter: @OntarioUnis, #OUF2021

Facebook: OntarioUFair

In addition to these 2 events, Ontario universities continue to offer their own virtual events and tours, webinars, chats and more. To see upcoming university virtual offerings, visit the Tours and Events section on the Ontario Universities' Info website.

Ontario Tech University

As we continue to navigate through these different times, we want students to know that we are here and ready to assist with multiple resources available to them.

We are offering a variety of virtual and on-campus events when it is safe to do so, such as webinars, Q&As with faculty and admissions, tours, and our open houses. We're also encouraging students to text us their questions, book a one-on-one meeting with a Recruiter, and download our mobile app.

Check out all the ways to stay connected:

If you have any questions, we're here to help you and all our future Ridgebacks; connect with us online or send us an email to recruitment@ontariotechu.ca.

We look forward to working with you,

The Admissions & Recruitment team

Ontario Tech University

Ryerson Engineering

Visit our Ryerson Engineering website at ryerson.ca/askeng. This is your one-stop shop where you’ll find our 2022 Engineering Admissions Handbook, virtual events, program information, and contact information.

Ontario Colleges!

Have you heard of College Mondays? They are the new initiative Ontario Colleges are promoting this Fall in place of the College Information Program (CIP) tour. College Mondays are a series of panel presentations that every College in Ontario will be participating in. They run after school every Monday in October and November (The exception is Thanksgiving Monday).


Students can register for the panel of their choice: https://www.ontariocolleges.ca/en/colleges/college-recruitment

Brock University

Students can visit https://discover.brocku.ca/ regularly for Experience Brock sessions, Fall Preview information, and registration for both virtual and in-person tours, when available.

Algonquin College Welcome Video

My Welcome Video: https://youtu.be/1dSAL2dSG-8

Virtual Laurier Experience - On-Demand Everything

Your students' home base for learning about life at Laurier is the Virtual Laurier Experience, where they can find lots of valuable and engaging content including:

Live and on-demand virtual tours hosted by current Laurier students.

Live and on-demand webinars on admissions and life at Laurier.

Helpful links to explore our university, including our brand-new 2022 viewbooks. Students can choose to download a viewbook or order a hardcopy.

A chance for students in grades 9-12 to sign-up for helpful emails with tips from our "Golden Hawk Guides" on everything from wellness and entrepreneurship to residence and application best practices.

► Information on how to register (and get the access link) for upcoming virtual events, including our fall open house sessions, and in-person campus tours (when they are available again later this fall).

► A new opportunity for high school students to connect one-on-one, or in a group, with current Laurier students and ask all their questions about the transition to postsecondary, campus life and "why Laurier". (Coming soon.)

University of Windsor

Connect With Us – In-Person and Digitally!

A safe return to campus is underway at the University of Windsor and we are here to help your students explore their future as a Lancer – digitally and in-person.

Our Student Recruitment Officers are your ‘go to’ contacts for information on the University of Windsor – admissions, student experience and areas of study. They are available for appointments in-person or remotely. If you or your students have questions, they are an excellent starting point!

Ashley Quinton can be reached at: A.Quinton@uwindsor.ca and covers the following areas of study:

  • Faculty of Human Kinetics

    • Sport Management & Leadership

    • Movement Science

  • Faculty of Nursing

  • Faculty of Education (Concurrent and Consecutive Education)

Nadia Stephaniuk can be reached at: Nadia.Stephaniuk@uwindsor.ca and covers the following areas of study:

  • Odette School of Business

  • Faculty of Science

    • Biomedical Sciences

    • Environment

    • Material Science

    • Data Analysis

  • Faculty of Engineering

Sheri Lowrie can be reached at: sherio@uwindsor.ca and covers the following areas of study:

  • Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

    • Creative and Performing Arts

    • Humanities and Culture

    • Social Sciences and Professional Studies

International Student Contacts:

For information related to international students studying in your schools, including admissions requirements, English proficiency and study permits, please contact our international recruitment team for assistance:

Deena Wang, Manager of International Recruitment and Partnerships: deenaw@uwindsor.ca

In addition to email, there are plenty of other ways to connect with us:

  • Appointments with a Recruiter: Meet virtually and in-person with a Student Recruitment Officer to get your questions answered about applications, programs, awards, residence, and much more.

  • Student to Student Live Chat: Are your students wondering what it's like to be a student at UWindsor? Do they have a question that only another student could answer? Ask it though ask.UWindsor Live Chat.

  • ask.UWindsor.ca: Our version of Google! Ask us anything, anytime.


Block your Calendar!


Virtual Ontario Universities’ Fairs (September 25 and October 26)

Join the University of Windsor on Saturday, September 25 and Tuesday, October 26 for our Destination UWindsor sessions at the Virtual Ontario Universities’ Fair.

We will be providing four 30-minute sessions, where students can learn about our programs, admission requirements, student life and connect directly with a recruitment officer as they virtually tour around our riverside campus. Students who attend the UWindsor sessions will have the opportunity to win a $500 Amazon Gift Card.

Students can register for the event by visiting the Ontario Universities’ Fairs Event page.


Fall Open House at the University of Windsor (October 23)

Join us on Saturday, October 23 for the University of Windsor’s Fall Open House! Both guidance counsellors and future UWindsor students can attend presentations to find out about academic programs, visit our campus partners in the information fair to learn about awards, financial aid, student support, academic advising and student life. They can also meet current students and recruitment team members. More information, including the registration link, will be available soon.

https://future.uwindsor.ca/future-students

University of Windsor - History Programs

The University of Windsor currently offers four undergraduate programs, all of which include experiential learning opportunities:

  • BA General History (3 years)

  • BA Honours History (4 years)

  • BA Combined Honours (4 years)

  • BA/BEd General History/Education (5 years)

In addition, our Honours History students have many Minor options (click here).


Our department has recently developed a partnership with the Department of Anglophone Studies at the University of Strasbourg, France. In their third year, our Honours History students can now choose to spend a semester or a full year in Strasbourg, where they can take courses in American and British history taught in English.

If you have questions about UWindsor’s history programs, or to arrange a virtual meeting/presentation/campus tour, please contact undergraduate advisor Guillaume Teasdale at gteasdal@uwindsor.ca or 519-253-3000, ext. 2327. Please note that UWindsor will be hosting an open house on Saturday, October 23.


https://www.uwindsor.ca/history/

University of New Brunswick

Virtually, in school, or on campus, we make it easy to connect. Book a one-on-one chat with a UNB recruiter, attend a virtual event or explore our campuses in person or online. We’re accessible, here to help and can’t wait to see you soon.

  • We are excited to be offering students who attend one of our virtual events, meet or participate in a campus tour the opportunity to have their UNB application fee waived, valued at $65.

  • Speak with one of our recruiters via phone call or video chat. Students get to choose if they would like to meet for 15 or 30 minutes, as well as the date and time that best fits their schedule!

  • Join one of our tour guides for an in-depth view of UNB Fredericton or UNB Saint John. Interested in a specific program or faculty? We’ll personalize the tour just for them.

  • We have an entire lineup of brand-new events happening online this fall, including our Virtual Open House in November. Remember, students will have to RSVP in advance in order to get the link.


https://www.unb.ca/admissions/future-students.html

Trent University recruitment team is now booking university visits with schools for fall 2021.


To help guide your students as they look ahead to their post-secondary next steps, the Trent University recruitment team is now booking university visits with schools for fall 2021.


During our presentations, your students will learn more about our range of academic programs, scholarships, housing options, student life, and preparing for university.

This fall we will be offering two types of visits:


Daily Virtual Presentations

Discover all that Trent has to offer by booking one of our convenient virtual presentations. These presentations are offered daily at a variety of times, and will give your students the opportunity to meet with a recruiter and a current student to learn why Trent is Ontario's #1 undergraduate university.



In-Person Presentations


As Trent plans for a full return to in-person learning at both of our campuses for September, our recruitment team is planning for the return of in-person school visits this fall. We would love to visit your school to chat with students about all the advantages of studying at Trent.



Please connect with us to book the presentation of your choice – in-person visits can be converted to a virtual presentation should the need arise, or book both options!


Save the Date: Trent Virtual Guidance Event

Wednesday, October 27, 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.



Bring your coffee and your questions. Our virtual guidance update features a look at both Trent campuses, an admissions update, info on 2022 new program offerings, and an opportunity to meet our staff, faculty, and current students.


Do you have questions? Contact us any time!

Guidance Hotline

705-748-1011, ext. 7222, Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.


Sasha Trivett, Manager, Student Recruitment

sashatrivett@trentu.ca, 705-748-1011 ext. 7584

Eliza Nicholson, Manager, Admissions