Registration Day

Your introduction and orientation to Oulton College begins from your very first meeting with an Admissions Advisor and campus tour.

Throughout the months leading up to your first day at the college, we’ll be in touch to answer any questions you may have and help you out should you need assistance with things like housing, childcare, financial aid and other logistical details regarding your upcoming studies.

During registration day, you’ll finalize paperwork and get all the supplies you need for the year ahead, such as class books and, in certain cases, uniforms, depending on your program of study. You’ll get to meet some key staff members, such as our President, our Director of Education and our Director of Student Services.

We will also take care of your financial arrangements and/or your student loans. If applicable, you will need to bring your Notice of Assessment from Student Loans and any documents from an agency sponsoring your studies, such as Family & Community Services or Training & Employment Development.

This is when you will receive your Oulton College student card, access card and program schedule.

What you will need to bring with you on registration day:

  • Social Insurance Card
  • Driver’s license or government issued photo ID
  • Void cheque or banking information sheet and notice of assessment if you are receiving a student loan
  • 4 blank cheques if you are not receiving a student loan

Registration Day

Your introduction and orientation to Oulton College begins from your very first meeting with an Admissions Advisor and campus tour.

Throughout the months leading up to your first day at the college, we’ll be in touch to answer any questions you may have and help you out should you need assistance with things like housing, childcare, financial aid and other logistical details regarding your upcoming studies.

During registration day, you’ll finalize paperwork and get all the supplies you need for the year ahead, such as class books and, in certain cases, uniforms, depending on your program of study. You’ll get to meet some key staff members, such as our President, our Director of Education and our Director of Student Services.

We will also take care of your financial arrangements and/or your student loans. If applicable, you will need to bring your Notice of Assessment from Student Loans and any documents from an agency sponsoring your studies, such as Family & Community Services or Training & Employment Development.

This is when you will receive your Oulton College student card, access card and program schedule.

What you will need to bring with you on registration day:

  • Social Insurance Card
  • Driver’s license or government issued photo ID
  • Void cheque or banking information sheet and notice of assessment if you are receiving a student loan
  • 4 blank cheques if you are not receiving a student loan

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