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Admissions

Ontario High School Admissions

Ontario High School students will be required to use the 101 application. Your students will require a PIN from your school guidance team to access and complete the application. The PINs should be supplied starting in October.

 

Students will navigate to the link and use their PIN to create a new account. Once completed, they can follow the to complete their application.

 

Information about , , and the are available on the OUAC website.

Out of province High School Admissions

Out of province students will be required to use the . Applicants require the successful completion of a secondary school diploma with the equivalent course requirements as Ontario applicants with a minimum 70% average. 

 

105 students will need to create a new account to start their application. The will take you to the page where you can do so. 

 

Information about , , and the are available on the OUAC website.

 

Scholarships and Bursaries

For admissions and award purposes, 91茄子 calculates admission averages based on the top six final marks from an Ontario student's 4U/M courses, regardless of prerequisites for the intended program of study.

 

High-School Average       

New GPA

Academic Excellence Scholarships

80% - 84.9%

7.50 to 8.49       

up to $4,000 ($1,000 in 1st year, renewable in subsequent years provided average is maintained)

85% - 89.9%

8.50 to 9.49

up to $6,000 ($1,500 in 1st year, renewable in subsequent years provided average is maintained)

90% - 94.9%

9.50 to 9.89

up to $12,000 ($3,000 in 1st year, renewable in subsequent years provided average is maintained)

95% - 100%

9.90 to 10.00

up to $16,000 ($4,000 in 1st year, renewable in subsequent years provided average is maintained)

 

Eligibility for renewal will be based on full-time status in previous academic year (30 credits of which 24 credits must have been taken in the Fall/Winter term, remaining 6 must be taken in the spring term).

NOTE: Scholarships are paid on a May to April cycle. Amounts will be pro-rated based on the number of credits per semester.

To find information concerning applicant bursaries, you can do so on  in your student's portal. All bursaries are application based but it can all be done through a smart form that can be completed once for all bursaries. Please ensure your application is complete (incomplete applications will not be reviewed) and that any supporting documents such as letters of recommendation, etc. are sent to the Student Awards Office at financialaid@laurentian.ca by the March 26 deadline.  Please enter the award name in your subject line when submitting additional documents.

Additional Resources

Here are a few helpful tools to share with your students: