Post Secondary Information

AARAO ( The Atlantic Association of Registrars and Admissions Officers )Tour YouTube Information Channel proving information from Post Secondary Instuitions in the Atlantic Provinces:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClLa6rz5CsUcVE7yEhpsrLw


Dexter Institute Private Career College Brochure and Application Information- Click HERE (NEW)


Open Houses:

There are Open Houses (and Information Sessions) happening in the upcoming weeks at universities across Nova Scotia and beyond.

An Open House is an opportunity for prospective students to explore what a particular campus has to offer; you learn about programs, class sizes, have questions answered and meet faculty.

In other years, you could actually attend an Open House in person, but due to current circumstances, they are being offered virtually this year.

Often at an Open House, you may be able to apply for early admissions and some schools will waive their application fee! So you can apply for free and make your decision later about which school you want to attend.

 You usually have to sign up for these ahead of time. Please see the Information about Open Houses and Other Post Secondary Information Sessions listed below: 

 

  • Students who would like to attend University of New Brunswick in the Fall are asked to sign up at unb.ca/futurestudents for either a Virtual Tour or a Live Chat.

 

  • St Francis Xavier University : Information Video for Students considering STFX Click HERE.

 

  • NSCC Open House From Tuesday, March 23rd to Friday, March 26th

NSCC will be hosting virtual information sessions showcasing their programs by area of interest as well as sessions on Student Awards, Career Services, and How to Apply. Attendance at any of these sessions will earn you a free application*.

Register today on the NSCC Open House website

*Please note: you must use the same email address to apply that was used to register for your session to be eligible for NSCC to waive your application fee. The deadline to apply for free  is April 6, 2021, at 11:59 pm. If you have a current application at NSCC, you should not apply again – applications are assessed in date order and you can only have one application on file. Submitting a new application will replace your old one, including your application date.

NSCC Strait Area Campus Culinary Arts Virtual Presentations: Tuesday March 30th 11am (Please register via email to adele.leblanc@nscc.ca by March 23rd)and Tuesday April 13th 11am  (Please register via email to adele.leblanc@nscc.ca by April 6th).


Cape Breton University Important Information:

  • Entrance Scholarship Application Open:

January  

  • BSc Nursing Application Deadline:

February 20th  

  • CBU101:EverythingUniversityRelated:

February 22ndFebruary 25th  ( cbu.ca/cbu101)

  • Entrance Scholarship Application Deadline:

March 1st  (To sign up for a scholarship information session please email chelsey_martell@cbu.ca )

 

  • First-Year Academic Advising:

Contact FYAC@cbu.ca in May, and book appointment for June.  

  • Send in Final Transcript:

June 30th  

 


University of Kings College:  King’s will be hosting a webinar entitled “Spot the Hoax!” This event will be hosted by Tim Currie, the Director of the King’s School of Journalism. Students will learn how to fact check and verify news stories by examining various headlines. This workshop will help students build the media literacy skills that will help them navigate a changing digital media landscape.

This webinar is a great opportunity for students who are interested in media, as well as reading and writing, however, it is open to all, including teachers, guidance counsellors and parents. This webinar will take place over Zoom, on Sunday, March 28th at 4 p.m. AST. This event will be recorded and the video will be made available to all registrants. Please click on the link to register; registration link.


 

Transitions: Post Secondary Resource

Grade 12's: Check out this Post Secondary Resource for Graduates called Transitions.

It's a beneficial guide that helps students to make the most of their time in university/college. This resource includes helpful tips on:

  • managing your time and money
  • staying healthy and taking care of yourself
  • navigating relationships
  • online safety
  • resources for further help

and so much more :) Clicking the above link will take you to the PDF copy

 

Nova Scotia Student Assistance Information

NSCC Information

Post Secondary School Websites