College/University In Lieu of School Visits




Fanshawe Virtual Open House 

Nov. 9-27

We are excited to announce Fanshawe’s Virtual Open House will take place online November 9-27, with event activities throughout the month.   

Key features include:

Nov. 9-13, 3 to 8 p.m. | Program sessions with faculty and current students 

Nov. 14, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. | Webinars and live chats in our Student Services Showcase 

Nov. 16-20 | One-on-one appointments with recruiters, explore virtual tours and helpful video resources to prepare them to start college 

Nov. 23-27, 3 to 8 p.m. | Live drop-in sessions to speak with college experts and more one-on-one appointments with recruiters

Save the date and remind your students to register ahead of time, at!

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Google Meet presentation after hours on Tuesday, November 10th at 5:00 pm that any student from your school is welcome to join, and I’m also hoping that you would be open to sharing this information with your contacts at other schools within your board to maximize awareness. I’ve outlined below some of the key topics I will be covering in the presentation:
  • Niagara College: Where we are and what we offer
  • College Services
  • Financial Aid
  • Admissions/Program Requirements
  • Pathways
  • How to Apply
We will also be offering a series of open virtual evening sessions throughout the Fall that students can register for in advance. Students can refer to our Future Students website for further information:



Topic: King's at Western and CCH

Time: Oct 14, 2020 12:00 PM Eastern Time


  • We continue to offer individual virtual school presentations that will accommodate your school’s schedule; offering sessions throughout the school day, after school, and in the evening.
  • Monday to Friday 2 p.m. - 5 p.m. we offer a live chat option through our Future Students webpage that your students can use to connect one-on-one with one of our Liaison Officers.

Stay Connected with Lakehead University:

Take a Virtual Campus Tour
Students can register for this webinar at
Virtual Open House on
Wednesday, December 9th from 4-8 pm
Students that attend are entered in a draw to win FREE TUITION



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The ways your students can connect with us this Fall:
1. Attend one of our open liaison presentations on a date & time that works for them.
These will be offered at 12 pm, 4 pm and 7 pm Mon-Thurs and 12 pm on Fridays beginning at the end of September.
2. Book an individual, 30-minute meeting with one of our liaison officers.
3. Attend a webinar (various dates, times, and topics will be offered).
                                                  4. Attend one of our virtual event days.
Discover Guelph- September 26th, 2020 
Fall Preview Day- November 8th, 2020  
For more information, please visit:

Guelph Humber
As an alternative to in person-visits, we have introduced an engaging and informative webinar series, GH Talks: High School Applicants. Our series will run Monday – Thursday with sessions available at 3:00 pm and 7:00 pm EST. Our registration page is now live!   
Despite being in a virtual environment, we are committed to providing the same level of support to you and your students. If any of your students have any questions about the University of Guelph-Humber please encourage them to book a One-on-One Advising Appointment where they will be able to chat with one of our university representatives.  
U of T

Fall Campus Week runs from Monday, October 17, to Sunday, October 25. Students only need to register once to gain access to the whole week. Each day, they will get to chat with current students and professors, take virtual tours, and learn all about life at U of T. We invite you to explore Fall Campus Week!

Waterloo Wednesday Webinarson-going events every Wednesday from 5-6 p.m. including general and themed sessions 
Waterloo Virtual Fair – October 3connect with students, professors, and staff without the hassle of travel
Waterloo Virtual Open House – November 7connect with students, professors, and staff without the hassle of travel
On-demand liaison presentation: available anytime for your students
Q & A directly with liaison officers (email us)a private virtual session specifically for your students or a specific family
Virtual tourssee the campus and learn about Waterloo from our ambassadors 
Brochure requestsorder or downloads any of our brochures

Sadly, we will not be traveling to schools or scheduling individual virtual presentations this year.
Join us Sunday, November 15 from 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. EST for our Virtual Fall Preview Day.
We want to make sure your students can still ask us their questions every:
Wednesday 2:00 - 4:00 pm EST
Thursday 1:00 - 3:00 pm EST


During these times, we will offer drop-in virtual Zoom Office Hours. No appointment is necessary!

We are offering this in addition to hosting frequent virtual presentations, virtual tours, and a virtual open house. If students want more information sent from Western, they can sign up here.

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Virtual Presentations –We have created an in depth presentation schedule and we are directing schools to have their students sign up to attend a session if interested in UWindsor. Presentations are offered daily with 11:30, 3:30 & 8:00 pm times available. The evening sessions are a great opportunity for student to invite parents to join in. We are also offering sessions that are faculty/program specific as well as some specialty sessions for First Generation students, students who identify as LGBTQ+ and students with Accessibility needs. The presentation schedule is posted on our website.  We are offering multiple presentations weekly. Students can visit: and click on “Virtual Events & Webinars”
Coffee with a Recruiter –Do you have questions about your application or program? Are you wondering how to apply for awards or residence? Do you want to learn more about your next steps? Our team is ready to help. Make your Virtual Coffee with a Recruiter appointment today! We look forward to meeting you! Students can book an appointment at 

Virtual Campus Tours –Do you want to see what UWindsor's campus has to offer but can't make it here in person? We've got you covered! Sign up below to take a virtual tour with a Student Ambassador and experience UWindsor - virtually! Our Student Ambassador team will guide you through our extraordinary riverside campus, talk about their student experiences, and share the many ways that, as Lancers, they are Windsor Proud. Students can sign up for a virtual campus tour at  

Fall Open House –Future UWindsor students and their entourage can attend live webinars, and find out about programs, awards, financial aid, student support, and academic advising. They can also meet fellow students and student recruiters virtually in the Networking Lounge. No travel needed, you can participate from wherever you are. Students, parents, and guidance staff can sign up for Fall Open House at 

Viewbook –Our Viewbook provides an overview of everything you need to know about the University of Windsor. We’ve got you covered from orientation to graduation!  Print copies of our Viewbook will be mailed to you shortly. In the meantime, students can request a digital copy of our Viewbook at