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Ontario Universities' Regional Fairs Fall 2024 schedule

Events will run from September 16 to October 18 2024. Information for individual events will be updated as it becomes available.

What are the Regional Fairs?
Regional Fairs travel across Ontario in the fall. During these events, university representatives connect directly with hundreds of students and their supporters. Events are held at local high schools, universities and community venues. Each event is typically 1-3 hours long, and each university has an exhibit table staffed by 1-2 university representatives.

Sign Up
Students can register for the event by signing up for an OUEvents Pass. Students will be able to sign up for events later this summer.

The Ontario Learn and Stay Grant 
provides funding for students studying in priority programs in priority communities in Ontario.  This program:

  • requires you to learn and work in the region where you study
  • responds to labour market needs, including in health care
  • helps communities get the workers they need for in-demand professions

In addition to providing free tuition, the funding will cover the cost of:


Options to help get you started on your research:

Ontario's Transfer & Pathways Guide - Find the information and tools you need to transfer courses or find pathways to/from Ontario's public colleges, universities and Indigenous Institutes.

Ontario Universities Info - To help find/browse programs that interest you and find/browse a University.

Going to College or University in Ontario

In Ontario, there are 23 public universities, 24 colleges, and 400+ registered private career colleges.


Ontario Colleges

Ontario College Application Service (OCAS) is a centralized application service for Ontario's public colleges.

Complete and pay for your application on or before February 1 in order to receive equal consideration for admission to programs beginning the following September.

For more information about any of Ontario's public colleges, please contact the college you are interested in directly:

Ontario Universities

Ontario Universities Application Centre (OUAC) processes undergraduate and professional applications for admission to Ontario's universities.


Financial Assistance

Ontario Student Assistance Plan (OSAP) is a financial aid program that can help you pay for college or university.

Out-of-Province Colleges and Universities

Some of our students have attended these out-of-province universities and colleges:

College/University Location Website
Acadia University Wolfville, NS
Concordia University Montreal, PQ
Dalhousie University Halifax, Bible Hill, NS Saint John, NB
McGill University Montreal, PQ
Memorial University St. Johns NL
Mount Allison University Sackville, NB
Simon Fraser University Burnaby, Surrey, Vancouver, BC
St. Francis Xavier University Antigonish, NS
University of British Columbia Vancouver, Kelowna, BC
University of New Brunswick Saint John, NB

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