Representatives from Ontario’s 21 universities will be at Fort Frances High School this Monday (Oct. 2) from 2-3:15 p.m. for the University Information Program (UIP).
This free event offers high school students from the surrounding area, and their parents, the opportunity to speak in-person with multiple university reps.
The UIP offers students considering an Ontario university the chance to learn more about admission requirements, scholarships, residence, the application process, campus life, and much more.
The event is designed to assist graduating high school students in making an informed decision before they apply to university in January.
The event also aims to help younger students with high school course selections in order to guide them toward future university programs.
Students and their parents will have the opportunity to learn more about Ontario’s 21 universities in either a fair- or presentation-style format, where they can visit each Ontario university rep individually.
Students interested in attending are encouraged to confirm the UIP schedule in their area with their guidance office.
The UIP is hosted exclusively by Ontario universities. Each university participates in joint visits to high schools across the province each fall.
Each UIP event is organized by the University Information Program Working Group, with oversight from the Standing Committee on Student Recruitment and the Ontario University Registrars’ Association.