Offered on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, join TRU staff, professors and instructors at the Open House program and faculty information series.
Sessions are scheduled for one hour, this includes a presentation and an opportunity for Q and A.
Registration required for these online events.
In case you missed it, see our recorded Open House sessions
School of Business and Economics Undergrad and Grad programs Tuesday, November 23 5:30 p.m. Register
Williams Lake Campus Wednesday, November 24 5:00 p.m. Register
Architectural Engineering and Design Wednesday, November 24 6:00 p.m. Register
Equity and Diversity:
Indigenous Student Development and Intercultural Learning Thursday, November 25 7:00 p.m. Register
Faculty of Arts Tuesday, November 30 5:00 p.m. Register
Wellness 411- Tips for Living Well While Studying at TRU Tuesday, November 30 6:30 p.m. Register
Money Matters: Awards, Scholarships & Loans Wednesday, December 1 4:30 p.m. Register
Early Childhood Education Thursday, December 2 5:30 p.m. Register
Parents of Indigenous Students Friday, December 6 5:00 p.m. Register
Health & Wellness at TRU: Counselling Tuesday, December 7 6:00 p.m. Register
Veterinary Technology (Animal Health Technology) – Faculty of Science Tuesday, December 7 7:00 p.m. Register Bachelor of Education Wednesday, December 8 6:30 p.m. Register
Education and Skills Training (ESTR) Thursday, December 9 5:00 p.m. Register
2022 Applications are now open!
We are excited to begin accepting 2022 Applications for the Beedie Luminaries Scholarship Program.
We are encouraging Grade 12 students in B.C. who are facing financial barriers to apply for one of 100+ scholarships available in 2022. Recipients will each receive up to $40,000 towards their post-secondary studies at any public university, college or trade school in B.C.
This year, in light of the labour shortage within the skilled trades sector, we would like to particularly encourage students considering a career in the trades to apply.
Do you know of a student or students who would qualify? Please let them know about Beedie Luminaries and encourage them to APPLY!
Please note, the application period for Beedie Luminaries’ SPARK scholarship program for single parents will open in March 2022.
Beedie Luminaries Open House
We will be hosting a virtual Open House for all students, community partners and school administrators interested in learning more about the program and how to apply. Students will also be able to connect with current Beedie Luminaries.
When: Thursday, November 25, 4 pm – 5 pm
To secure a spot and access the link, please email email@example.com
We are pleased to invite you to tune in this fall and winter for one of our Virtual Faculty showcases!
Guests will have the opportunity to:
If you know a prospective student who might be interested in attending, please encourage them to register at kpu.ca/showcase
RSVP for Showcases
Campus Tours are back on!
KPU Future Students’ Office has resumed their campus tours for both individual and group (class) visits. Campus tours are offered regularly at our Surrey, Richmond, Cloverdale, and Langley campuses.
Your tour will be led by a current KPU student who is excited to share their knowledge and experience with you. Register today to visit our facilities, classrooms, and labs, and get familiar with a KPU campus.
Book a Campus Tour
Drop-ins are also back in person
We are excited to welcome your students back on campus to meet with us. We are now offering in-person drop-ins on our Surrey, Langley and Richmond campuses:
Students will still have the option to visit us virtually during drop-in times.
If these dates and times don't work for your student, please let them know they can book a virtual appointment with us.
Book an Appointment
My name is Kismet, and I work with the Indigenous University Preparation Program (IUPP) at Simon Fraser University. I am emailing you today since we are now accepting student applications for our next cohort, beginning in Fall 2022!
To tell you a little more about our program, we help Indigenous learners prepare and transition to undergraduate studies using small cohort-style classes and a supportive atmosphere. We offer first-year academic credit courses that integrate humanities and social sciences with Indigenous perspectives. Although a fairly young program, we have had the opportunity to open the door to a university education for our students through our unique approach to build foundations in math and writing as well.
Interested applicants can consult can reach out to me (firstname.lastname@example.org), visit our online frequently asked questions or apply via our on-line application.
I have attached (as both an image and a PDF) a one-page flyer including some information about our program. I would also like to emphasize that besides graduating students, this program may be of particular interest to mature learners, or any current (or former) youth in care since they may qualify for financial support to cover some of the costs of their education.
Here is a webpage for more information regarding our program:
Kismet Somal, BSc (she/her/hers)
Associate Student Recruiter | Indigenous University Preparation Program (IUPP)
Simon Fraser University | Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
8888 University Drive | Burnaby, BC | Canada, V5A 1S6
www.sfu.ca/iupp | www.facebook.com/sfuiupp
We are welcoming 20 lucky students with the opportunity to get away and experience our Top 5 university like never before! U of A Getaway is a whirlwind weekend of exciting events where students will stay in residence, explore state-of-the-art facilities, learn about our 200+ programs, discover hidden gems on campus, and experience all the U of A has to offer!
Attendees will join us in Alberta’s capital city, Edmonton, where they’ll discover our breathtaking North Campus, nestled atop the lush North Saskatchewan river valley and just steps away from the bustling Whyte Avenue district. Their adventure will include transportation reimbursement (up to a maximum based on location), accommodations, meals, and a jam-packed schedule of events!
Who: Open to Grade 11 students throughout Canada
When: May 27 - 29, 2022
Where: University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta
20 Grade 11 students will be selected for this unique experience. Students can learn more and apply at uab.ca/getaway. The application deadline is January 28, 2022.
Please note, as of November 1, 2021, guests visiting the University of Alberta are required to be fully vaccinated and must provide proof of vaccination upon arrival. For more information, please visit uab.ca/covid19.
BCIT Hands-on Learning
Your students can start a successful career with an education at BCIT. Nearly 50,000 students choose to study at BCIT every year. Students get their hands-on learning backed by industry connections and real-world experience - from business, computing, and health to engineering, trades and applied sciences.
Applications for many full-time programs are now open. View the full list of programs by status on the Program Availability page.
Big Info: At-Home Edition Recap Video
Did any of your students miss our Big Info: At-Home Edition event last October? They can still watch a recap video through the BCIT Youtube channel. Big Info is the largest program expo and information session at BCIT.
Day 1 | Day 2 | Day 3 | Day 4
Online Information Sessions
Still unsure on what programs are available at BCIT? Online Information Sessions are a great way to learn about 300+ programs offered at BCIT. Faculty and staff are ready to answer your questions on related careers, the admissions process, and many other details. Ask your students to register for an info session today!
2022-2023 BCIT Viewbook
Since 1964, the British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) has built connections between education, industry and government. Learn more about our 300+ programs, five campuses, indigenous initiatives, student life and many more.
Inside you will find practical information you and your students are looking for, including how to apply and where you can find out more about our programs and services.
Copies are available in the Valleyview Secondary Counselling Office. Please pick up a copy.
Fall 2022 Admissions
We are pleased to announce that we have started making offers of admission to applicants who have applied for the fall 2022 intake. Last year we made 36% of our offers by December 15th, so there are still many more offers coming as Fall term grades are received.
To help support your students, we've prepared the following FAQs:
I received my offer of admission, what next?
UCalgary has a specific webpage dedicated to support students with the next steps. Key next steps include:
Pay their deposit to hold their spot: UCalgary requires that all students accept their offer by May 1, 2022 and pay a $500 non-refundable admission deposit. Details of their offer of admission and deposit deadline will be available at my.ucalgary.ca
I received an offer, what happens to my other program choice?
If a student receives an offer of admission to their first-choice program, this is the only offer of admission they’ll receive. We recommend students rank their application choices with their most desired program as their first choice.
If a student receives an offer of admission to their second-choice program, they will still be considered for their first-choice program provided there is still space available in the program at the time they meet the requirements. In this scenario, most students will be automatically re-reviewed in February once first semester results are received. Students do not need to reapply and will be reconsidered automatically. For more information, please click here.
I applied for a program with a supplementary application and have not received a decision, when will I hear my decision?
Programs with supplementary applications (Bachelor of Health Science, Dance, Music, Visual Studies) make offers after the supplementary application has been reviewed. For Health Science applicants, we highly recommend that they complete their supplementary application prior to the December break. For Fine Arts applicants, most auditions will be held in February-March.
Can I change my program choices?
Students can change their application choices as many times as they wish until March 1, 2022 for no additional fee. For details on how to change a program choice, click here.
I didn't receive an offer of admission in the first round. Does this mean I won't get in?
This past cycle we only issued 36% of admission offers before December 15, 2021. The vast majority of students will receive offers of admission once first term results are released in the middle of February.
What is the admitting average for my program?
Admission averages are finalized once the pool of applicants is known after the March 1 application deadline and do change throughout the admission cycle. For students who have not received an offer, or who have not yet applied, we recommend that they consider the estimated competitive admission averages outlined on our website for ranges for our programs.
Student Financial Aid
The deadline for Prestige Awards is December 1st. If you have a student that is looking for additional support with their award application, I recommend that they consider joining us for our Undergraduate Award Webinar on November 23, 2021. At this session, we will provide advice on the awards process and showcase one of our winning applications from last year; providing commentary on why they were successful. To view our full monthly awards update, click here.
New and improved!
We are excited to highlight that we have completed a website redesign of many pages to our prospective student website. One website we want to feature is the new and improved Guidance Counsellor website. You will find a variety of new resources including our new "Preparing for a visit by a UCalgary Recruiter" section where we have downloadable posters that can be printed or displayed on your TVs at your school. Check it out today!
We have a number of exciting prospective student in-person and virtual events planned for the remainder of the fall term:
We are very excited to announce the launch of our new CustomViewbook. This viewbook allows students to build a personalized, online viewbook that focuses on the programs, services and other parts of UVic life they want to learn about. They can re-access it whenever they want and edit it if their interests change.
Faculty Open Houses
We are underway with offering our faculty open houses, where students have the chance to explore our faculties, their programs, and the unique opportunities available in those areas of study. The remaining faculty events are as follows:
Students can register for these faculty open houses, here.
Booking student appointments
A reminder that students and parents can book virtual and in-person appointments with me to get all of their questions answered and learn how to become a UVic student. Virtual appointments can be booked using our online booking system, and in-person appointments can be booked by contacting email@example.com.
#1 Comprehensive University in Canada!
Lastly, we are proud to highlight that UVic has climbed into a tie for the #1 comprehensive university in Canada with Maclean’s rankings for 2022! We greatly appreciate all of your support in helping to share our unique living and learning environment with your students.
As always, please do not hesitate to reach out with any questions that you or your students may have, and I am very happy to help.
All the best,
Student Recruitment Officer
University of Victoria | uvic.ca
Important dates and deadlines:
• Applications for admission open for 2022-2023
• Applications to live in USask Residences open for the 2022-2023 Fall Term (September) and Winter Term (January)
• USASK EXPRESS
• Undergraduate admissions and programs info session
• What is Engineering? event
• USASK EXPRESS for Indigenous students
• University services closed for Remembrance Day
• Deadline to apply for joint admission for the 2022 Winter Term (January) for USask's English for Academic Purposes program + a USask degree
• USASK EXPRESS
• Scholarships info session
• USASK EXPRESS
• Undergraduate admissions and programs info session
• Deadline for Canadian citizens and permanent residents to apply for admission for the 2022 Winter Term (January)
• Deadline to apply for early admission to:
• Deadline to apply for admission to be eligible to apply for Best and Brightest Entrance Scholarships and Circle of Honor Awards
• Undergraduate application workshop (regular application processing times)
• Deadline to apply for Best and Brightest Entrance Scholarships and Circle of Honor Awards
USask Q & A, every Wed., 6-8 pm CST
Instagram live events on our channel @usask.future.students every week