Post-Secondary Information

Post Secondary Information

Please carefully read through the information below which describes a variety of options available for students following high school graduation. We have tried to be concise, yet thorough, in the presentation of this information. If you have questions or concerns, please contact Danny Lalonde, (, Grade 12 counsellor at Frontenac Secondary School.

Thinking of taking a Gap Year?

There are two wonderful employment services in Kingston who have special programming for students and recent grads looking to hone their employability skills and find successful employment or explore a career area.

KEYS – Kingston Youth Employment Services – homepage -  

St. Lawrence College Employment Services for youth 16-30 (no requirement to be linking to the college) – homepage -  

OYAP – Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program (usually linked through a returning year and co-op credits) – homepage -

Universities and Colleges Introduction

Without an opportunity to visit fairs and info sessions as a group, we’d like to offer the following general information for access to universities and colleges around Ontario and across Canada.

Information about college programs in Ontario is available at Click on “Programs” and search by school, area of study, or key word. This site is handy because students also apply to college from this same website. College application opened on October 1st.

University @ College

Aside from certificate and diplomas, most Ontario colleges also offer university degrees. This includes some programs that are comparable or better than traditional university programs, including business and nursing, among others. It’s worth exploring these options. Guelph-Humber is a hybrid school that offers 7 different university degrees with excellent employment prospects and co-op and internship opportunities in every program.


For specific information about programs for Ontario universities, link to You can click on “Programs” and search by topic, sort by university, and see pre-requisites and grade ranges for admissions. This website is an easy hub for this information rather than fish for it on individual university websites.

Application for university is done through the Ontario University Application Centre – or OUAC. They are linked at Full-time high school students apply to the 101 application. They will need a PIN number that is usually provided by the school. This year, those PIN have been sent by mail directly from OUAC. If you have not received your PIN number, please see Mr Lalonde asap and you can get your own PIN. OUAC has provided the following promotional links:

Poster link:

connect to each university: OUInfo website

Tours and events:

Scholarships, Grants, Bursaries, and Awards

Please visit the awards page

on our website with updates about application to the most common scholarships. Be aware that it is not uncommon for only about 1% of applications will see money from general national and other scholarships. Scholarships are merit-based, meaning that you will have an average above 90% and a list of accomplishments to brag about.

More funding is available through program specific awards at universities (less-so at colleges), and many marks-based-only entrance awards are automatic. Check with the awards page of each university and college for more information. Some scholarship and award information deadlines can be very early. See your guidance counsellor in cases where you need to be nominated.

The Ontario Student Assistance Program or OSAP is where most funding for students will be found. Student apply for this government program in the spring. The date changes from year to year, but is usually in April or early May.

University Information

Visit the links below for information about each of Ontario’s universities and colleges. Some out-of-province schools are listed. Where possible, these links were provided by the universities and colleges. If FSS received no information, the link is to the post-secondary school’s homepage only.

Algoma (Sault Ste Marie) – future students - Future Students Page

Brock (Hamilton) – admissions -

            Information sessions at

            Or contact Rachel Sutton, admissions officer at

Carleton (Ottawa) – admissions -

Guelph – admissions page -

            Ridgetown programs virtual info session register now.

Guelph/Humber (Toronto) – future students -

Lakehead (Thunder Bay) – admissions -

Book a meeting with a recruiter –

Laurentian – (Sudbury) – admissions -

McMaster (Kitchener) – future students -

            Mac month-long open house - registration for Month at Mac

Nipissing (North Bay) – future students -

OCAD (Toronto) – admissions -

Ontario Tech University (Oshawa) – future students -

Ontario French University - -

Ottawa U – future students -

Affiliate - Saint Paul University (Ottawa) (Catholic) -

Queen’s – admissions -

RMC – admissions -

Ryerson (Toronto) – Register for tour at

            Follow at (Twitter) @WhyRyerson

Trent (Peterborough) – Discover website - Discover Trent webpage Or participate in a virtual info session

Toronto – future students -

Waterloo – virtual tours – Admissions information –

Western (London) – future students - virtual visit - virtual presentations

            Huron at Western – get a viewbook at

Huron at Western – meet with a Linea Strong, representative:

            Huron at Western – chat with a student ambassador:

Wilfrid Laurier – future students -

Windsor – future students -

            Connect with an admissions office from Windsor - Virtual Coffee with a Recruiter

            And their open house -

York (North Toronto) – future students -


Private Universities

Redeemer – in person or virtual tours –

                        Viewbook/programs –


Out-of-Province Universities

Acadia – (Nova Scotia) future students -

            Also for Acadia: book an appointment with an Enrolment Advisor

Bishop’s – application process - Admissions Process & Requirements

Dalhousie – homepage - online appointments with Jaxon Spencer - // or email Jaxon at

St Mary’s University (Nova Scotia) Contact Sam Turpin, Student recruiter, with questions. Also hosting a dedicated info session on Friday November 6th from 3-4pm - Click here to join the meeting. They’re also hosting an open house. Check their website for details.

University of New Brunswick – or Set up a one-on-one meeting

University of New Brunswick Virtual Visit-Frontenac Secondary School November 4th, 4pm Students can RSVP for the event: Click Here

Students can join by clicking the link at the designated time: Clicking Here

St FX – Virtual tours – tours Home page - Application information apply

            Contact a recruiter: One-to-One Meeting Link

            Info session for Ontario students on November 25th StFX Virtual Info Session - Ontario & Quebec


University of British Columbia – tours at

  application page how to apply with instructions on how to write a profile for your application - Personal Profile

University of Victoria – click on “tours and events” at

            Contact Jesse Oshanek at


College Information

FSS Students often apply to these colleges (closer to home, or important specialized programs):


Algonquin (Ottawa) – future students - virtual tours at: Live presentations every Monday:

Centennial (Scarborough) – homepage -

Durham (Oshawa) – homepage -

Fleming (Peterborough) – homepage -  

Fanshawe (London) – homepage -

George Brown (Toronto) – homepage -

Loyalist (Belleville) – future students - for tours:

Seneca (Toronto) – homepage -

St Lawrence (Kingston, Brockville, Cornwall) – homepage - and


(FSS Students apply to these schools less often. They are further away.)


Cambrian (Sudbury) – homepage -

Conestoga (Kitchener) – homepage -

Confederation (Thunder Bay) – homepage -

Georgian (Barrie) – homepage -

Lambton (Sarnia) – homepage -

Niagara (Niagara-on-the-Lake) – homepage -

St Clair (Windsor) – homepage -

Sault (Sault Ste Marie) – homepage -


Private and Specialized Colleges

KLC (Kingston) – homepage -

Trillium College (Kingston) – homepage -



University at College

Out-of-Province Universities

Private Universities

College Information

Private & Specialized Colleges

Scholarships, Grants, Bursaries & Awards