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Admissions Information for Individuals Who Withdrew During the Strike Period

We were sorry to see you withdraw from the Fall 2017 semester, but appreciate that the strike was disruptive for many students. First year students who voluntarily withdrew from St. Lawrence College due to the strike are considered eligible for Fall 2018 admission to the same program and campus from which they withdrew, if they re-apply by the equal consideration deadline of February 1, 2018. Please see below for further details regarding Fall 2018 admission eligibility and the next steps in the admissions process, and learn more about all of the resources SLC offers for student success.

Fall 2018 Admission Eligibility

Admission Eligibility for students who withdrew between October 16 and December 5, 2017 (inclusive): First year students who voluntarily withdrew from the college during the Fall 2017 term (October 16 - December 5 inclusive) will be considered fully eligible for 2018 Fall admission to the program they withdrew from if they re-apply by the February 1, 2018 Equal Consideration Date. If they apply after February 1, 2018, they will be considered fully eligible for admission if spaces are available.Note that normal OCAS application fees will apply.

Take the Next Steps

If you withdrew during the effected time period (October 16 – December 5 inclusive), take the following actions in the re-admission process:

  • Apply to the same program and campus for Fall 2018 through ontariocolleges.ca by February 1, 2018. (Note that normal OCAS application fees will apply.)
  • Meet all admission deadlines including: accept the offer by May 1; pay the nonrefundable deposit by June 15; meet any other deadlines associated with the new offer.

Upper year students, in good standing, who voluntarily withdrew from the college during the Fall 2017 term (October 16 - December 5, 2017 inclusive) will be considered fully eligible for 2018 re-admission to the program and semester from which they withdrew if they re-apply by the February 1, 2018 Equal Consideration Date. Exceptions: Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN), Practical Nursing, and Medical Laboratory Science. These programs cannot guarantee a re-admission seat due to factors outside the control of the college and are usually waitlisted for re-admission. Every reasonable effort will be made to re-admit students but Fall 2018 space is not guaranteed. Upper year students who wish to reapply should complete the advanced level entry form and submit it with the $25.00 application fee to Student Services on Brockville and Cornwall campuses, or their Academic School Office on Kingston campus.

Applications received after February 1, 2018 will be considered fully eligible for admission if spaces are still available.

Questions? Contact Us

If you have any questions about re-applying or would like to explore different program options, please contact a College Career Advisor at 1-800-463-0752 or dreamit@sl.on.ca.

Resources for Student Success

We want you to have a fulfilling college experience, so we provide you with a supportive atmosphere that includes a team of individuals dedicated to helping you succeed. No matter what your needs are, we have someone to help.

Student Success Facilitators: Available on our three campuses, Student Success Facilitators provide support and re-sources to help you adjust to college life and achieve your academic and personal goals. They can connect you to college resources, provide learning and study strategies and assist you with obtaining a Peer Tutor for complex courses.

Counselling Services: While the college experience can be exciting, Counselling Services understands that it can also be stressful. If you find yourself overwhelmed with academic, personal, or financial concerns, our counsellors are here to assist you. Confidential personal counsel-ling is available to all St. Lawrence College students. Our primary goals are to support students during difficult times, and the pro-motion of student wellness.

AccessAbility Services: Educational support services are available for students with physical, learning, and mental health disabilities. Our services provide access and support to eligible students who require academic accommodations, adaptive technology, learning strategies, referrals, information about bursaries for students with disabilities, tuition subsidies, and more.

Peer Tutoring: Peer Tutoring may be of benefit to students who are experiencing difficulty in a course. Peer Tutors provide practice and review of course material to help students enhance their understanding of the course content. Peer Tutoring is available for courses in most programs and is subject to tutor availability. Peer Tutoring is free for eligible students.

Math and Writing Centre: If you want to improve/enhance your writing, math, or science skills, we are here to help. The Math and Writing Centre is a free service available for one-on-one or group tutoring sessions, on a drop-in basis or by appointment. The friendly and knowledgeable facilitators assist students with a variety of different topics such as the mechanics of writing, math-related problem solving techniques, and much more.

First Generation Services: If your parents or guardians did not attend college, university or an apprenticeship program, you are a First Generation student (siblings may have attended or be attending). Our First Generation Team understands the unique needs and challenges you may face, and the demands of each program. Our team provides College transition, academ-ic and social support, as well as financial guidance for First Generation students, and will connect you to other College support services.

Indigenous Services: Our Eagle Learning Café on both Kingston and Cornwall campus is a friendly space where Indigenous students can go for re-laxation, cultural connections, socialization, and study. Our Indigenous Advisor will assist students on all three campuses with any Indigenous, transition, or College concerns, including information and support regarding financial aid opportunities. A status card is not required for any service at the College.

Libraries: The three newly renovated campus libraries provide exten-sive online and print materials, information services and study/work space. Experienced staff are available in each library to help you find the information you need to complete your assignments or to explore other re-search interests.