University Information Page
The University Information page will provide you with important timelines and direction for the University Application Process. It also provides students with information for upcoming events!
Good luck to our Grade 12 students as they work diligently for a successful year!
Important Dates and Information (2017/18)
OUAC Pins are in the guidance office, please come and see your counsellor to pick up
Attention all grade 11 and 12 students. On Tuesday October 3rd from 6:30-8:30 pm in the atrium, Holy Trinity will be hosting the 6th annual Atlantic University fair. Student Services invites you to be proactive, and begin exploring out of province post-secondary options. Come and learn about the unique programs offered out East.
HOLY TRINITY DEADLINE FOR 101 APPLICANTS TO APPLY TO OUAC IS DECEMBER 14th , 2017. University-timelines-2017-2018
Grade 12s applying to university will be attending a “how to apply” session on Oct 26th 2017 during period 2 in the theatre. https://www.ouac.on.ca/ugrad-tutorials
Collaborative University and College Programs List(Each institution defines its own procedures for applying to these programs. This document indicates where to apply for your collaborative programs:either OUAC or OCAS-links provided) Click on the hyper link:Collaborative University and College Programs
Ontario University Application Center Link( This link takes you directly to your 101 application login):
Acadia University for the 2017-2018 year is now open! Students can now apply online by visiting our website at acadiau.ca and clicking ‘Apply’.
Open Houses are on October 21 and November 4. They also have Parent and Student nights happening in Oakville on October 25 and Toronto on October 26.
University Resources for Students with an IEP:
www.transitionresourceguide.ca (Resource Guide for Students with Disabilities transitioning to University or College)
Pause for Students workshop
The Pause for Student workshop was created to help bridge the gap between high school and post-secondary education. It equips students to manage the challenges of transitioning from a structured and monitored environment both in high school and at home to entering into a campus with freedom, choices, and independence. For more information please visit the link below
Video Tutorials about the Application Process:
Video tutorials for 101 OUAC Applicants. 105 Applicant information is also available on this link. What you will find: How to Apply, How to amend; How to Accept an offer of admission
NEW: From the University of Western- Ivey AEO Application Information and Resources
|Greetings from the Ivey team! As the Ivey AEO application deadline draws near (January 14th, 4:00pm EST), we thought we would take this opportunity to pass along some application information and tips.Tip 1: Submit the OUAC application prior to submitting the AEO application as we need the OUAC number on the AEO application before the students will be able to submit it.Tip 2: Print a copy of the OUAC and Ivey Supplementary application to keep for records.Tip 3: If using a Hotmail or Gmail account, please add�firstname.lastname@example.org to safe list to ensure that updates on the application are received. Make sure to check junk mail regularly as most university communication tends to get flagged.Tip 4: Use Mozilla or Chrome to access the Ivey Supplementary application as they tend to work best. Tip 5: When filling out the AEO application make sure to check out Online Help which features useful tips and sample entries. Online Help is accessed from the menu to the left of the application. Tip 6: Ensure that the reference email addresses are accurate. We do not accept reference letters. Tip 7: Students must receive a Western offer prior to hearing about AEO status. Tip 8: The majority offers will be sent out March through May. Follow @iveyHBA for updates.|