Inspiring Hearts and Minds


Post-Secondary Planning Information


October 1- January 31 application; self report marks for courses in progress and courses to be taken in the second semester; Apply before December 1 to be considered for university entrance scholarships.
Send a transcript upon application completion; Indicate courses in progress and courses that you are taking in the second semster.
October- November apply for national scholarships.
February and July Send transcripts using MYPASS.
Check your email weekly for updates from the university; Accept offer; Decline other offers.
In April and May attend course selection workshops or open houses.
Apply for residence or secure housing

Apply before Dec.1 for start dates the following Sept.

Fees vary so have a credit card available and your Alberta Student Number (ASN) found on all report cards. Good luck!  
Ontario schools may need the Alberta Education course codes

Links & Resources


Private Schools

Many private schools provide innovative programs not offered at government sponsored universities and/ or their delivery methods of instruction may be different.

Since they are for profit institutions tuition is significantly higher than public sponsored schools.  Here are some samples

Aviation/ Heavy equipment

Mountainview HelicoptersIHE Heavy equipment operation ;Air Flight Steward;


HAIR and Make up Schools

One Beauty Academy; Aveda  ;Artists Within  


PixelblueA college of and technology

Vancouver area

Vancouver Film School     Quest University  One classs at a time   Trinity Western University Christian focussed;  WAS Mountain Adventure

Thinktank   3 D art/animation for Film and Games    
Lost Boys  animation    
 Kelowna Centre for the Arts and Technology animation, photography, studio, production, design, Web development;
Blanche Macdonald for Estectics, ,make up, Fashion, Design Hair

Recording Connection      
School Creative Photography, animation, screen writing  
Vada Studios acting intensives
All body Laser  tattoo removal

Toronto area

Max the Mutt animation  Randolph Academy (musical theatre-triple threat) Toronto Film School
Noize Faktory  Offcentredj

Quebec                                                   Singapore                                        Paris

Cirque Du Soliel school                          3dense Media School                  Paris College of Art

Taking a year off.

Consider some structure here are some sites
Rustic Pathways traveling and volunteering around the world
Study and Go abroad ; Working Abroad Magazine  ; MyGapYear
WWoofing ( working on oragnic farms)
Working in Israel Kibbutz
Students for Africa live and work in South Africa

Upcoming Post Secondary Opportunities

May is an exciting time for your students as many of them will be making their final university decisions for the fall. Here are some important resources to help you navigate the home stretch.
Important deadlines
Admissions:Generally, the deadline to accept an offer of admission is June 1 for UBC Okanagan and May 1 for UBC Vancouver, but the deadline has been extended for some students admitted to UBC Vancouver. Students can find the deadline to accept their offer, accept their offer, and pay their acceptance deposit in the Student Service Centre.
UBC Okanagan:  Between June and August, residence offers are sent by email. Students have a limited time to accept their offer and pay the first instalment of their residence and meal plan fees.
August 1: Deadline to apply for early arrival.
UBC Vancouver:Between June and August, residence offers are sent by email. Students have seven days to accept their offer and pay the first instalment of their residence and meal plan fees.
August 8: Deadline to apply for early arrival.
International study permits
International students who are attending high school in Canada (and who are not Canadian citizens or permanent residents of Canada) must obtain a post-secondary study permit to study at UBC. That will involve changing the conditions on their current permit. If your students will be coming to UBC from outside Canada, more guidance can be found on the coming from abroad page.
Program spotlight: Master of Physical Therapy
Are your students interested in a healthcare career?Physical Therapy is a rewarding profession offering a diverse range of practice areas with excellent employment opportunities and job security. 
The UBC Master of Physical Therapy (MPT) program is the only entry-to-practice program in BC and is taught across three sites in Vancouver, Prince George, and Surrey. 
Students interested in the 26-month MPT program should first set their sights on earning a bachelor's degree in any field. While completing that degree, they should keep in mind additional admission requirements for the MPT program, including volunteer experience and specific prerequisite courses in anatomy, physiology, physics, English, statistics, and psychology.
Students can reach out to if they have any questions, or visit the MPT Admissions website to learn more about the program.


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As St. Mary’s University is nearing our application deadline for Fall 2022 (July 1st 2022), we have decided to hold an Information Night for those thinking of applying to our Bachelor of Science Biology degree!


We will be having our BSc in Biology Information Night on May 26th from 7:00 – 8:15 pm – this night will be a great opportunity for prospective students to meet our Biology professors, tour our campus and labs, observe a fun (and edible!) chemistry experiment, and learn more about what to expect from the Biology degree program at StMU! This event is open to high school students of any grade, prospective university students, and parents/guardians. Registration for this event can be found here.




BannerPlease share with your students: University of Ottawa course enrolment sessions

Hello ,

From May 16 to May 26, 2022, our mentors as well as representatives from our faculties and services will be holding a series of virtual course enrolment help sessions for our newly admitted students, to provide them with information about the uOttawa enrolment process.Below is information we’ve sent to your students about these sessions, should they ask you any questions. Feel free to contact us if you have queries or concerns.
Kind regards, ___________________________________________________ Course enrolment help sessions Course enrolment is an important step in starting your studies at the University of Ottawa. We would therefore be delighted if you could join us for an online Zoom session on how to enrol. Offered between May 16 and May 26, our course enrolment help sessions will show you the best way to enrol in your courses, while giving you a chance to ask our representatives your questions in real time.   During the session, we’ll show you how to use the Enrol application in uoZone, after which you’ll have time to build your own schedule and ask questions as you go along. Starting May 24, you can even enrol in courses with our mentors and other representatives there to help you. Session types We recommend that you only register for one since they all cover similar material. There are six types of sessions: General, International, French Immersion, Quebec, STEM and Humanities. See the registration form for an explanation of each. This will help you decide which to register for. Register now for a help session! Important! To take part, you must have accepted your offer of admission at least three business days before the session.   Zoom links The Zoom links will be posted on the course enrolment sessions webpage (underneath the registration form) at least 24 hours before each session. What to bring

  • Your offer of admission
  • Your uoAccess ID and password (to enrol in uoZone)
  • Any tentative course timetables you’ve prepared
  • The course sequence(s) for your program
  • Pen, paper and notes or information you have
  • Your questions

We look forward to seeing you at one of our sessions! University of Ottawa


University of Toronto

This spring we’re providing webinars for grade 10 and 11 students (and their families!) who are at the early stages of their post-secondary exploration process. Students and their supporters are welcome to join us for a presentation where we’ll share tips for navigating their options, give an overview of the University of Toronto and provide some admissions basics. While the session will be focused on U of T, much of the information will be applicable to Ontario universities more broadly.

The sessions below will have the same content, but we’re providing different options to allow for different schedules and I would appreciate if you could share them with your students:


U of T Webcast for Prospective Students in Alberta

Wednesday, June 1, 2022, 6pm MST/8pm EST


U of T Webcast for Prospective Students in Alberta

Thursday, June 9, 2022, 6pm MST/8pm EST


Registration for these events is open now and once students register they will receive the link via email. Also, if we can provide you with a poster or any other materials to help promote the session, let me know and I’d be happy to send you something.


St. Mary’s University

Just a reminderof St. Mary’s University’s upcoming Open House on May 11th from 6:oo pm – 8:00 pm. This Open House will be in-person on our campus in McGivney Hall,  and will be a wonderful opportunity for students and parents to learn more about our programs and admission requirements, go on a campus tour, and meet with our professors! If your school has screens with rotating information/slides, we would really appreciate if you could include the following image:


One other thing to note, is that our application deadline for Fall 2022 admissions isn’t until July 1st! This means that if any of your students are concerned about applying for post-secondary, they still have options! If any of your student have any questions about admissions at StMU, please feel free to pass along my email or


As always, if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask J


Alexa MacKell


Recruitment and Community Engagement Officer | St. Mary's University
14500 Bannister Road SE, Calgary AB, T2X 1Z

Important Dates and Deadlines for your Students



There are some important dates, deadlines and information for you and your students looking to begin classes at Dalhousie in September 2022. 



May 15, 2022: Admission deposit due; Last day to accept entrance award offer


May 15 2022: Guaranteed residence application deadline (direct from high school only)


For more information, visit



Welcome Sessions
Students, whether confirmed or still deciding, can join us at an in-person or virtual session to learn what you need to do to prepare to start your studies at Dal. Learn about:

  • What to expect from your classes and community
  • How you'll connect and meet new people
  • How we'll support you in your transition to university
  • What you need to do between now and your arrival in September

Students can register at

Register On-Track Sessions

Course registration for new students from high school opens on June 11, 2022. Students can find resources to get started here.

These sessions are hosted in partnership between your faculty and the Bissett Student Success Centre Advising Team. We'll cover information on first-year course requirements, tips on selecting courses and building your schedule, information on the registration process, and more. Recordings will be made available for those unable to attend live. Students can register at

Ask Me Anything (AMA) Session

Our panel of advisors and current students can answer any questions students may have. Register at


Grade 11 Events

Interested in a grade 11 presentation in May or June for your school? Contact the advisor for your region today for more information and watch out for our upcoming events for future students.




Western University


Spring Open House at Western's going to be a-MAY-zing

Your students can visit Western in person to explore all the ways they'll reach their potential here. Our doors will be open - students will see inside classrooms, social spaces, and real residences. There'll be programming for Grade 10 and 11 students, as well as Grade 12.


Is campus really as beautiful as it looks online? Does it feel like home? Will I get to meet Meisha, President Shepard's dog? This is your students' chance to find answers to all their questions!

Your students will:

  • Discuss program options with future professors
  • Learn about student supports, from careers to dietary requirements
  • Explore experiences outside the classroom
  • Tour campus in full bloom, including inside three residence buildings

Can't make it? That's okay! We're still excited to connect with your students in our virtual presentations too. And as always, reach out to us with any other ways we can help.



Chris and Lauren



Memorial University of Newfoundland

Click Here to learn about Registration and More!



BannerDiscover your future campus at the uOttawa Open House

Hello Kim,

On March 19, 2022, the University of Ottawa will host its Spring Open House on campus. We would appreciate if you could share the information below with your students. ---- You’re invited to join us on the University of Ottawa campus on March 19 for our Open House! This will be a great occasion to:  
  • Talk to current students, professors and employees
  • Visit our campus, residences and labs
  • Find out more about admissions and financial aid
  • Get a preview of university life at uOttawa

Visit the event website to register. You will be entered in a draw to win a $1,000 scholarship! COVID-19: Please note that the University of Ottawa requires every person on campus to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. In addition, you must wear a face mask during this event. Can’t make it to our Open House? Register for our Virtual information sessions for Applicants.  
Spring Events at Western

Welcome to our March update!

We have a big one for your today - tours, in-person and virtual events, offer updates, and a chance to tell us how you really feel ... no, really!

Now that our equal consideration deadline has passed, we want to thank you for encouraging and supporting your students' applications to Western. We're excited to work with you as they take their next step on their journey to the right university for them. Don't forget to tag us @ChooseWesternU and use #FutureMustang in those Instagram offer pics! We're just as thrilled as you are to see your students succeed! 

Upcoming Events

Future Mustang Day
We can't wait to open our doors for Future Mustang Day on March 26 (postponed from March 19). Future Mustangs will have the opportunity to learn about Western's unique programs, tour campus and explore services. Check our website for details.

Virtual Events
We're excited to engage with more students across the country in our virtual events this Spring. Students can sign up on our website.

Resources for You

Science Survey

We want your feedback about Western Science
Help Western Science better tell its story! Complete the quick survey about your experiences and perceptions and be entered to win great prizes: an Apple Watch SE or 1 of 2 $50 Amazon gift cards. You'll need to complete the survey before March 14 for a chance to win. This important work will help shape how we communicate about Western Science.

As both 101 and 105 offers are being steadily released, your students need to be aware of their offer deadlines. It's important they accept or decline before that deadline passes. It is also worth noting, to accept a Western offer of admission, there is no financial commitment! (The housing pre-payment on June 3 is the first required). Find more about accepting offers on our website.

Ivey AEO (Advanced Entry Opportunity)
Students who have applied for the Advanced Entry Opportunity with Ivey Business School will hear shortly. The decisions are released on a rolling basis through to the end of May. It's possible that students won't hear from Ivey before their deadline to accept their Western offer. There are no extensions, so your students do need to accept before their deadline to avoid missing out! If either you or your students have any questions about this process, please reach out!

Program Availability
After March 1, our 105 equal consideration deadline, programs will begin to fill and close. If you have students still interested in Western, they can still apply pending program space and availability.

Resources for Your Students

Haven't heard yet?
To help us assess their applications quickly, your students can make sure we have all their updated grades.

  • 101 applicants - you can confirm the grades we have received for your application by logging into your OUAC account to view what has been sent. Once the OUAC receives your marks, Western receives the updates within approximately 2 business days.
  • 105 applicants - be sure to update your self-reported grades form with your new mid-semester grades.
You can learn more about submitting grades and waiting for a decision on our website.

Campus Tours
In-person campus tours are now available! Students can book online to explore what it's like to live, learn and play at Western.

Student takeovers. Deadline reminders. Tips from profs. @ChooseWesternU will guide your students on their journey to becoming a Mustang. We love having counsellors in the community too, so connect with us for all the latest updates!

Key Dates

As always, reach out to us with any questions - we love to hear from you!





UNBC- University of Northern B.C.



I hope this email finds you and your students doing well, with many of you looking ahead to high school spring break. Today, we are sharing with you the March Newsletter from Student Recruitment at UNBC.


In this newsletter, we cover:

  1. Updates and clarification of Fall 2022 application deadlines
  2. General Entrance Award application deadline
  3. Online Information Session Recordings
  4. Campus Tours and appointments with Recruiters


2022/23 Application Deadlines – Extensions


Applications are currently open for Fall 2022 and Winter 2023 on Some programs have a posted application deadline of March 1 or earlier. Many of these deadlines are extended. For example, Arts, Commerce, Planning, and Science majors are continually accepting applications for Fall 2022 (it’s never too late to apply). Competitive programs such as Engineering or Health Sciences have limited seats but will post if they are accepting late applications past the deadline or are accepting applications to a waitlist.


The reason we post any deadline is so that applicants have time to complete their applications, receive an admissions response, apply for entrance awards before their deadlines, and to have first choice of their schedule when course registration opens.


Our Admissions team maintains an up-to-date reflection of each program’s application acceptance status on our website at - we highly recommend bookmarking this page!


Do not hesitate to contact us for clarification at



THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 2022 5:00PM - 7:30PM
  • Application fee will be waived – Admission Advisors will be available to assist with questions about the online application (fee waived for domestic applicants only).
  • Registration Advising - Students who have applied for the Fall 2022 term should attend to meet with Registration Advisors to find out more about course selection
  • Virtual booth fair where faculty from the programs will be on hand to answer questions
  • Presentations from Arts, Management, Science and Education.
  • Virtual campus tour
  • Prizes!

Please provide the following code to interested students to apply for free!

PROMO CODE: SpringInfo2022


  1. The promo code is not case sensitive and can be typed in any format
  2. Fee waiver can be used for Undergraduate, Open Studies, Bounce Back, After-Degree, Jump Start or Graduate Studies
  3. Fee waiver not applicable to international applicants

Validity Period:   03-09-2022 00:00 to 03-10-2022 23:59
Have questions? Email us:

Registration is Open for VIU’s Discovery Day 2022


Description automatically generated with medium confidenceDiscovery Day is our biggest recruitment event for high school students and will take place on Tuesday, March 29, 2022, from 9 am - 2 pm PST on a virtual event platform called Pheedloop. The platform provides students with some fun ways to engage, including live student chats and sessions, and gamification (more on this to come). The event will be hosted by VIU Student Ambassadors and will focus on the student experience while still giving attendees lots of opportunities to explore our programs and services. Your students will get the most out of the event if they are able to log in individually from a computer. We will also host Parent Sessions that evening from 5 - 7 pm PST for parents interested in learning more about supports and services VIU offers such as financial aid and student housing.


Just like previous years, here are some important things to note:

Discovery Day is open to ALL students in Grades 10, 11 and 12.

There will be engagement activities and contests.

Recruiters and other staff will be on hand to answer questions and provide information to students.


To register for Discovery Day 2022 and to view the event schedule, go to


Western University

Upcoming Events

March Break Open House
We're looking forward to welcoming visitors in person (you read that right, in person!) for the March Break Open House on March 19. Your students will have the chance to explore campus, learn about student life and get to know their future faculty. Find more details on our website closer to the event.

Resources for Your Students

Where to Start
Students looking for information but don't know where to start? Check out these landing pages to help your students find the right place. You'll find information on admissions, finances, student life and more.

Connect with a Current Student
If you have students itching to hear that first-hand experience, we have current student ambassadors on our website waiting to chat. You can filter by academic year, program of study and home country. They have all the tea and can't wait to spill it!

Resources for You

Indigenous Contact
Did you know Western has an Office of Indigenous Initiatives? And an Indigenous Student Centre! Our Manager of Indigenous Admissions and Enrollment, Kylie, is a useful contact to help your students in-person (when it's safe to do so), at virtual events, in 1:1 Zoom Meetings, or by phone.

Submitting Grades and Supplemental Forms
Visit our submitting grades and supplemental forms pages for guidance on what we're asking from your students to support their applications. Out of province high school students can continue to add and edit grades and courses to their Self-Reported Grades Form if their form is still listed as "pending" on their Student Center To-Do List.

We're always happy to help, so do reach out if you have questions!

Key Dates

University Of Calgary

Acceptances are now going out to students

What you need to know.

Assistant Registrar, Student Recruitment and Applicant Relations
Student Recruitment Team | Office of the Registrar | University of Calgary

My student received an offer of admission -  what next?

UCalgary has a webpage dedicated to supporting students with the next steps.

  • UCalgary requires that all students accept their offer by May 1, 2022 and pay a $500 non-refundable admission deposit. Details of their offer of admission and deposit deadline as well as their official offer letter are available in their Student Centre.

My student received an offer, what happens to their other program choice?

If a student receives an offer of admission to their first-choice program, this is the only offer of admission they’ll receive. We recommend students rank their application choices with their most desired program as their first choice.

If a student receives an offer of admission to their second-choice program, they will still be considered for their first-choice program provided there is still space available in the program at the time they meet the requirements. Students do not need to reapply and will be reconsidered automatically. For more information, please click here.


My student has not yet received an offer

If a student does not have an offer to their first two choices at this point, we recommend that students considering changing their second choice on their application before the March 1 deadline. Students can change their application choices as many times as they wish until March 1, 2022 for no additional fee.


Other common questions:

I applied for a program with a supplementary application, when will I hear my decision?

Programs with supplementary applications (Bachelor of Health Science, Dance, Music, Visual Studies) make offers after the supplementary application has been reviewed. For Health Science applicants, we highly recommend that they complete their supplementary application as soon as possible as offers have started for this program and the deadline is March 1. For Fine Arts applicants, most auditions will be held in March.

Is it too late to still apply?

Not at all! The deadline to submit an application of admission is March 1, 2022. If students require additional help with their application, we are pleased to offer an in-person Application Workshop on February 23, 2022 from 6:00-8:00 PM. 

What is the admitting average for each program?

Admission averages are finalized once the pool of applicants is known after the March 1 application deadline and do change throughout the admission cycle. For students who have not received an offer, we recommend that they consider the estimated competitive admission averages highlighted on our Admission Widget as these are the competitive ranges for our programs.

What is the average needed to maintain to keep an offer of admission?

Applicants who have received an offer of admission with high school courses in program must:

  • Maintain their average: All students will find a link in their Student Centre in May, highlighting the final admitting average they need to maintain 
  • Complete all required grade 12 courses for their program by June 30, 2022
  • Submit any outstanding documents as outlined in their to-do list
  • Graduate from high school

These details are available for students in their Student Centre under the 'status' link.

You're invited to the VIRTUAL Women in Engineering Day

Engineers develop technologies that connect people and communities, protect society from natural and unnatural disasters, turn waste into fuel, make cancer detection fast and easy, and much more. With the world’s challenges becoming increasingly complex, engineers are required to be more innovative, collaborative and empathetic than ever before. Join the University of Calgary’s Schulich School of Engineering to learn how YOU can make a difference as an engineer!

Women in Engineering Day is a free annual event designed for high school students in Grades 10 & 11 who are women, feminine-presenting or identifying, and non-binary, with an interest in exploring all the possibilities within engineering (or wanting to know more about engineering as a possible program choice)! Not only can students find out more about the diverse array of engineering disciplines they can choose from, they get a "day-in-the-life" experience of what studying engineering at the University of Calgary would be like. 

February 24, 2022
9am to 12:30pm (Mountain Time)
Virtual via Zoom
Register here





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St. Mary’s University is holding an IN-PERSON Open House on Saturday, Feb. 12th from 10 am – 2 pm! *Proof of vaccination or proof of negative PCR test within 72 hours required for entrance*

This event will be an excellent time for your students to meet faculty from each of our programs, chat with admissions officers about the application process, take a campus tour, and get familiar with StMU and all we have to offer! We will even have a chemistry experiment from one of our Bachelor of Science faculty (which may or may not include ice cream…)


University of Saskatchewan (USask)!


This February, we are hosting a Parent’s Night for parents, guardians, and supporters of Future USASK students to come learn about us and get a chance to ask those burning questions!  Come attend on Tue. Feb 8 on Zoom at 6 pm (CST). Register here.


If you have Grade 12’s considering applying to USask this year and their parents would like to know what they can do, we’re offering information about:


  • Our undergraduate programs
  • Upcoming deadlines
  • Scholarships
  • Residence life
  • Support services


Feel free to post this in your school newsletter or announcements to spread the word! We’d love to see your students and their parents there! If you or your students have any questions about the event, please get in touch with me by email. See you on Tue. Feb 8 on Zoom at 6 pm (CST). (Register here)



Dalhousie University BSc Truro First Year Information Session


Join us Tuesday, February 2, 2022 for an information session about our new BSc first year program on our Truro campus. Learn about what this exciting new program has to offer and what campus life is like in Truro!



These sessions will be hosted by Dalhousie's Faculty of Science, and cover

  • BSc First Year option overview
  • Campus life in Truro
  • Hands-on learning opportunities
  • Admission process

Following the formal presentation, there will be time for questions.




Lakehead University




UBC - Campus Tours

Campus Tours has most campuses in Canada  Check out Youtube. Make sure it is an offical clip

UBC: video link   
U of Waterloo:
video link

Most university web sites now have virtual tours of their facilities.Click here for St. Francis Xavier,  You can also look at "Day in the Life of a Student"

Click here for Queens overseas
Click here for U of Regina Music program 
Click here for King's University journalism ( Halifax)
Click here for Marine Institute, Ryerson,  UBC, U of Waterloo.

Click here for the Toronto Film School Click here for Kelowna Centre for the Arts  You can also book tours on most web sites if you can visit a campus Click here  for SAIT Click here for UNB creative writing; Click here for U of A, Emily CarrNSCAD, ACAD

Personal Profile Statements

UBC and Queens now require these short essays regarding the applicants non academic skills.  Applications are considered incomplete without them. Please answer thoroughly as students with high marks only my be rejected because of incomplete responses. Recently U of Waterloo and U of T may also require personal statements or video responses as part of the admissions process. Some schools are wanting to see digital resumes.  Check out Zeemee a self marketing site.

Studying in the USA

Most colleges and universities require a standardized writing score from SAT or ACT. Canadians have to write the Math/Science section and Reading Comprehension sections Each school sets their own range of scores that is acceptable. The Common Application allows a student to apply to 400 different schools. Indivdual schools may independently control their own enrolments so check the school of interest's web site.  Tuition varies widely from U$30,000- 80,000 /yr.  Please insure adequate medical insurance.

Deferring Admission

Some post secondary institutions allow deferred entry up to one year.  The student cannot attend any other post secondary institution.  Each institution sets their own policies regarding deferrals.  Please see the side bar for examples for U of Victoria and UBC.  Some other schools like U of Calgary do not accept deferrals.  Students have to reapply for the following year and may risk losing their acceptance if the GPA has increased for the desired field of study in the desired year of entry.


Check out the Edwards School of Business virtual tour

Are you interested in seeing what it's like at the Edwards School of Business? Curious about what it looks like inside? Check out our newly renovated classrooms and state-of-the-art financial lab. Take the virtual tour right now and experience all that Edwards has to offer.

If you have questions about Edwards School of Business or one of our undergraduate programs, chat with an advisor, current student or alumni on our website.

What is Engineering?

We've made some big changes to first-year engineering at USask. It's been RE-ENGINEERED for student success, wellness and learning. On Tue. Nov. 9, 6-8 pm (CST), students are invited to come to What is Engineering? and learn more about the college and life as a USask Engineering student.

Students can tune in for the live stream of our event and:

  • Learn about our new first-year program and their USask engineering degree
  • Meet professors
  • Tour the engineering building with us
  • Discover what they will learn in engineering
  • Learn about the co-op student experience to get paid while in school
  • Ask questions about engineering at USask
Have your students register today!



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Experience VIU is happening virtually on October 2 from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm.

Register through Eventbrite

Parksville/Qualicum Beach Student Webinar – October 19 at 6:00 pm. Aimed at high school
students in Parksville and Qualicum Beach, but anyone is invited to join. Register here

Families of Future VIU Students Information Session – October 27 at 6:00 pm. Aimed at parents and guardians of first-year university students or high school students considering post-secondary.Register here

VIU Virtual Recruitment Sessions – Don’t forget: Our 2021/2022 virtual information sessions have been scheduled and are open for registration. Check them all out


Science and Technology at VIU – Mark your calendars for this virtual event happening
November 3 from 7:00 to 8:00 pm. More details to come!

Applications open October 1st. VIU is now accepting applications for September 2022. Benefits to applying early may include: early transcript review, entry into programs that accept qualified applicants on a first-come first-serve basis (e.g. Forestry and many Trades Programs), access to educational advising, individual academic planning, and backup plan creation. Backup plans are an important consideration that may allow students to still attend VIU (and work towards their intended educational goal) in September 2022, even if they are not a successful applicant in their first choice limited-entry program (ie: Criminology, Kinesiology, Nursing, etc).Click here for more information on VIU’s Areas of Study or to Start your Application


We invite you to connect with a Recruiter to learn more about VIU.

We are able to connect through a variety of communication options including email, phone, video chat or in person.

  1. For general enquiries, connect with a Recruitment Officer. We are here to assist future students as they explore the transition to post-secondary education.
  2. Students who have applied and are ready to plan for September 2022 should contact an Advisor.
  3. Services for Aboriginal Students provide advising and culturally appropriate services to Indigenous students.
  4. Questions regarding application status and necessary documentation will be directed to Registration: 250.740.6400 or

Sign up today!

Morning session: 9:30 - 11 am
Afternoon session: 1 - 2:30 pm

Join us and you’ll learn more about our new programs, get admission requirements updates and more! 

Virtual Open House — Oct 27

Come in and explore all that SAIT has to offer at our virtual Open House on Wednesday, Oct. 27, 9 am – 8 pm. SAIT is empowering students to learn better and wants to set you up for success beyond our front doors. Take your first step forward at our virtual Open House.
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Information Sessions 

Get all the details you need to take your next step – attend our information sessions. Our expert staff and faculty are ready to answer your questions and provide info on: 

  • What sets SAIT apart 
  • An introduction to the program and area of study 
  • Admission requirements 
  • Future career paths  
  • Information on the earning potential and graduate employment rates 
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SAIT 2022 Viewbook 

Hot off the press! Our viewbook is now available and this year it’s better than ever with an augmented reality experience built right in. Get your order in and we’ll deliver them to your school – each box has 50-60 copies. We also have a digital version you can check out right now! 

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Good morning from Vancouver!

Fall season has started and students and their families are now looking for post-secondary education options for next year.

We here at SFU are offering many ways for your students to get the information they need about living in BC and what they need to know to apply to SFU.

This is a reminder that SFU is still running online info-sessions for students from Alberta this week – today, Wednesday and this Saturday (Sept.25). Please share these online event opportunities with your students:


Learn about SFU programs, admission requirements, scholarships and all you need to know to apply to SFU! Bring your questions. We look forward to connecting with you. 

September 22 (Wed) and 25 (Saturday): To register visit Discover SFU - for Alberta High School applicants  (Presentation and Live Q&A session)

Students can also book an admission advising meeting with me: Book a one-on-one with Silvia 

Thank you for all your support and feel to connect with me if you have any questions.

Have a great day!

Student Recruitment Coordinator | Student Recruitment & Admissions
Simon Fraser University | MBC 3000 | P: 778.782.8500
8888 University Dr., Burnaby, B.C. V5A 1S6

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