What are your expectations of university?

Planning for University Fall 2019 Presentation Admission Requirements For Ontario Universities You Need: 30 Credits 40 Hours of Volunteer Service & OSSLT SIX Grade 12 U or M level courses (one of which must be ENG4U1) For some specialty programs, specific Science or Math credits may be required

Admission Requirements Continued Arts degrees generally do not require a grade twelve

Math or Science credit (although some elementary Teachers Colleges require a grade 12 U-level Math) Most Science degrees require 2 4U Math courses, and 2 4U Science courses (SNC4M is NOT accepted in place of a required Science course) Also, check to see if calculus must be one of the math courses, or if any two math courses are accepted. Business degrees may require 2 math courses and MHF and MCV are often specified Specific schools will have other application requirements (e.g. Queens PSE) which can be found on the eINFO

website Admission Averages

You DO NOT APPLY for early admission. BUT the earlier you apply, the sooner they will assess your marks and consider a CONDITIONAL offer if your grade 11 marks were strong. You will retain the offer if your grade 12 marks meet the Universitys minimum average as stated in your acceptance letter. Grade 12 MID-TERM marks in Semester one are not used for admission consideration to universities (Note: Colleges DO use sem.1 midterms!) Offers are based on the average of your top 6 grade 12

U/M marks any prerequisite courses must be included in this average. Every program and University has its own minimum admission average. Each University has different rules about repeated courses and upgraded marks in this calculation. Do your homework! Here is the wording some schools use to show how they use Grade 11 marks for Conditional Offers

Final Grade 11 U/M marks are used in admission average calculation for early offers of admission, where Grade 12 U/M marks are incomplete or not available, for example ENG4U is in sem. II. Decisions can be based on final Grade 11 results (with registration in appropriate Grade 12 courses), and final first-semester Grade 12

results (Queens) December and January: Offers sent out during this time were based on: 1. Very high grades on six Grade 11 U and/or M level courses; or 2. Six final Grade 12 U and/or M level courses including prerequisites (Western) **Consideration varies by school & programresearch, research, research!

Levels Are Important Did you know? If you wanted to enter the Powerline Technician program at Algonquin College the required prerequisites are Grade 12 English and Grade 12 Math. The following two students would be assessed as having equal prerequisites for this program, and the student on the right side might end up on the waiting list! Student A

Student B MAP4C1 92 % MHF4U1 - 75% ENG4C1 - 94 % ENG4U1 - 77% SPH4C1 - 88 %

SPH4U1 - 72% Let Us Know. about any night school or private school courses that you are

taking; we need to make sure these courses get onto your university application Check your latest status sheet for summer school entries; elearning, etc. make sure they are there You will not be able to walk across the stage without 30 completed credits on your status sheet in June Best time is now to use MyBlueprint.ca Up to date information that outlines the prerequisites for different programs and

schools in Canada Allows you to enter your high school courses to see which programs you are eligible for (College, University, Apprenticeship, Workplace) Budget feature lets you see the cost of College/University. Use your ESS network login here!

Use your ESS network login here! Get your IPP to 100%; assess your post-secondary options. Search program, University, College and find out about your choices

If you would like to take accounting see all the choices you may have Searching for accounting may lead you to search business, or commerce or bookkeeper to find even more pathways www.electronicinfo.ca

An online information guide about Ontario university programs, admission requirements and additional resources Information is uploaded directly from Ontario Universities What marks do I need to get in???

What courses do I need to take NOW? Consider Employment Outcomes in Combination with Post-Secondary Education Planning

Grad employment rates How employment relates to graduates fields of study Top occupations and graduation rates Google Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities and click on Labour Market Types of Degrees Undergraduate Degree: (3 year General or 4 year Honours)

Graduate Degree: must have Undergraduate Degree first. Ex/ Masters Degree MBA Master of Business Administration (following a 4 year Business degree) Doctorate: taken after Masters Program (i.e. Ph.D.) Professional: (i.e. L.L.B. Lawyer) Undergraduate Degrees

Note that similar university programs may have different names. For example: Business degree, also known as Commerce & Business Administration Physical Education, Kinesiology, & Human Kinetics Consecutive/Concurrent

Teacher education programs can be either consecutive or concurrent Consecutive - two year degree program after undergraduate is completed i.e. B.Sc. followed by B.Ed. Concurrent program is combined with undergraduate degree and takes 5-6 years to complete Consider the job market in your research too

Collaborative Degrees Collaborative degrees offer a degree with a college and university experience Minimum 4 year program start as skillsbased (College) then become more theorybased You apply to the whole degree (all parts at

both campuses) in Gr. 12 at www.ouac.on.ca i.e. York-Georgian Collaborative BScN (nursing) (Note: not the same as starting in RPN and bridging to RN) Apply at www.ouac.on.ca these are all degree programs! Degrees in Demand: Offered By Colleges! Historically only Universities offered 4-year degree programs but now Colleges do too!

The degree credential is the SAME as that earned at a University. Degree programs at Colleges allow you to develop career-specific, hands-on skills in addition to acquiring academic theory. Check out college websites for more details You apply at ontariocolleges.ca with separate $95 fee for 5 programs Seneca College has the only Aviation

Technology degree program in Canada Apply at www.ontariocolleges.ca look at the Bachelor/Degree options! Post-Graduate Certificates One-year certificates after completing a diploma or degree Do a CREDENTIAL SEARCH at ontariocolleges.ca

Example: A student attends Brock University for Recreation therapy Degreefollowed by attending Durham College for a Gerontology Graduate Certificate. Ontariocolleges.ca CO-OP @ University Earn credits while doing a paid job Great option for financing your education Gain career specific experience, training and networking opportunities Entry level mark cutoffs are generally higher Second year co-op may be an option at some

schools www.eINFO.com lists co-op programs available GRAD CHECKS

Beginning next week you will receive a Guidance appointment slip to invite you to your one-on-one graduation review with your Guidance Counselor. Please try and have some research done and bring any questions you may have. This important meeting will help ensure you are on track to meet your graduation goals. Mr. Wilson: A-C Ms. Garrett: L-Q

Ms. Crawford: D-K Ms. McIntyre: R-Z Beginning my Research Factors to consider. Do you want to live close to home. Do you need it to be a short bus ride away. Can your parents afford flights if you are farther away. Would it be better to invest in a car and commute? Do you prefer small class sizes. Are you ok with 100 people sitting around you, listening to a lecture. Big city vs small

town? Are you thinking about a really competitive program; do you have an option B if your marks arent what they need to be. Have you checked out the courses you would take for your program in first year? Do they interest you? Do you want to live in residence? With a roommate or on your own? Does your school of choice offer single rooms first year? Have you discussed finances with your parents? Campus Visits or School Visits

Campus tours are a good way of seeing the University campus and getting answers to any questions you may have; consider visiting campuses on holidays or weekends Dates and times of University visits to Eastview are in the handout you will receive at the conclusion of the assembly; they are also in your AGENDA. Ontario Universities Fair

Metro Toronto Convention Centre FREE ADMISSION, FREE GIVEAWAYS & SCHOLARSHIPS Friday, Sept. 27, 10 a.m. 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 28, 10 a.m. 5 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 29, 10 a.m. 5p.m. Also Note: Atlantic Universities Fair: Thurs. Oct. 3, ESS Caf (right here!), 6-8 pm

Heres an opportunity to begin your post-secondary research at a Toronto Trade Show Meet with Canadian Universities and Colleges Universities Outside North America www.studyandgoabroad.com Metro Toronto Convention Centre Sunday, October 6th @ 1:00-5:00 p.m.

Check out website above for details! Closer to Home University Information Fair @ St. Petes, Monday, October 7th from 6:00-8:00 p.m.

Mock Lecture, Lakehead University, Orillia Campus; date TBD. Several Grade 12 classrooms will be invited to participate once we have a date. If you are interested please let Guidance know. Gap Year Should I apply to university this year if I plan on taking a gap year right after high school? The answer is think long, hard, and

realistically. The fee to apply is costly. If you plan on a gap year, save your money and apply the following year. ESS Guidance can still help you! Have an IEP? Take a recent copy of your IEP and shop around at schools of interest Ask what accommodations they offer students, such as:

-assistive technology -scribes -copies of lecture notes -other accommodations listed on IEP JVIS Dont know what you want to do?

Try the Jackson Vocational Interest Survey (JVIS) to see which program/career is right for you. (See Guidance for a password starting next week) MyBlueprint Also Has an Interest Survey: S.A.T.s and Applying to

U.S. Schools Talk to Mr. Wilson in Guidance if you are interested in applying to a university in the United States Make sure you have all the required courses in some cases they are different than Ontario University requirements Cost of Studying at University Approximate 2018/19 Costs:

University Tuition $5800 - $9000 (varies depending on program) Room and Board $8500 $10,500 (less for room or food only) Off-Campus Living Varies Books and Supplies $700 - $1500 Personal Expenses $2500 or more

Transportation Varies Total Cost for One Year: $16,800 23,200 Source: http://www.ryerson.ca/about/data/g-expenses/ Financial Assistance OSAP (Ontario Student Assistance Program) You can apply on-line as soon as the OSAP

application is available. You can apply before being accepted. If unsure which school you will be going, apply to each school youve applied, or wait until you have accepted an offer. OSAP automatically considers your application for both grants (free money) and loans (which are paid back). Currently, loans are much greater in amount. Watch for the Guidance OSAP workshop. It is in your AGENDA. Financial Assistance Continued

SCHOLARSHIPS AND BURSARIES Plan to attend a workshop on scholarships and bursaries in the library on: Wed, Sept. 25th (Period 3) Thurs, Sept 26th (Period 4) Thurs, Oct. 24th @ 6:30pm both students and parents/guardians are welcome (in the Wildcat Library) University Applications See the Bulletin Board Across from Guidance for a Summary

Applications are done online at www.ouac.ca Application to three Universities or three programs is $150 (maximum is two programs at any one school)

Each University or program thereafter is $50 University Application due date is: January 15th, 2020

A confidential PIN # is required to apply to universities in Ontario. PIN #s will be distributed to Grade 12s in mid-November. All at the same time. Application Help Sessions are available December 17th & 18th (both lunches) You need your credit card information to complete your application (deadline is January 15th); plan to attend the Help Sessions!

After Eastview You will each be given a resource booklet entitled After Eastview .

Please DO NOT lose this booklet. It contains month by month directions on what you should be doing to get ready for your post-secondary life After Eastview. It also lists important dates for University/College visits, and other important dates to remember. Its Never Too Early to Ask Questions! These should be your go-to tools for pathway planning research:

www.myblueprint.ca www.electronicinfo.ca www.ontariocolleges.ca See your Guidance Counsellor for assistance were here to help! Follow Us on Twitter: @WildcatGuidance How to Forward

Your School Email to a Personal Email Account in 4 Easy Steps! 1. Click Settings 2. Click Mail 3. Click Forwarding

c) a) b) 4. a) Click Start Forwarding b) Enter Email Address c)Click Save In order to buy a PROM TICKET you must be on track to have

- 30 credits by June 25th - have completed the OSSLT, - have handed in your 40 hours of community service What do I do now.? Make sure you have 6 X Grade 12 U/M level courses on your timetable. Start thinking about your post-secondary options Check out the websites to do your research Talk to your parents/guardians about finances

Attend your assigned Guidance 1:1 meeting when youre scheduled. Have your questions ready and your research done. Get your community hours completed. Thank you! Please stack the chairs.

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