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2021 Viewbook

EXPERIENCE THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS


WELCOME TO LAKEHEAD-GEORGIAN! The Lakehead-Georgian Partnership is a collaboration between Lakehead University and Georgian College. Our one-of-a-kind programs offer you the opportunity to earn a university degree and a college diploma in four years of full-time study. With learning opportunities that go beyond the classroom and into the community, studying at Lakehead-Georgian isn’t your typical university or college experience – it’s the best of both worlds.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Our Campuses Barrie Campus

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Orillia Campus

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Beyond the Classroom

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Meet Samantha

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Invest in your future

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Find Your Program

89.7%

of Georgian College graduates find work within six months

Electrical Engineering

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Computer Science

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Environmental Sustainability

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Applied Life Sciences

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Life at Lakehead-Georgian

Lakehead University employment rate is

96.7%

Student Services

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Howl or Growl

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Campus Living

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Applying to

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Lakehead-Georgian Campus maps and more

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Contact information

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within 2 years

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BARRIE CAMPUS

GET TO KNOW THE BARRIE CAMPUS The Georgian Barrie Campus is a community within a community – a welcoming and safe place to study, with all the amenities. In 2018, we opened the Peter B. Moore Advanced Technology Centre – the go-to place to develop and incubate ideas in our region. Students, faculty and industry collaborate in well-equipped facilities including the Alectra Centre for Research, Innovation and Commercialization, an anechoic chamber, several multi-use labs and classrooms to support environmental, engineering and computer science programs and plenty of student lounge space.

FACTS ABOUT BARRIE • H  ome to numerous festivals throughout the year and over 300 hectares of parkland to enjoy • O  ne of the safest places to live in Canada • M  ultiple GO Transit routes (train and bus) between Barrie and the GTA daily • O  ver 6.7 km of waterfront trails • 300+ restaurants

CAMPUS FEATURES Art gallery, cafeteria and on-campus restaurants, changemaker space, entrepreneurship centre, fitness centre with climbing wall, gymnasium and running track, Georgian Stores, health and wellness clinics, Indigenous Resource Centre, labs (culinary, electrical, golf, nursing, paramedic, robotics, woodworking), library, on-campus residence, student lounges, theatre, and video conferencing classrooms

BARRIE Barrie is a vibrant city known for its friendly residents and four-season lifestyle. There’s a gorgeous waterfront on Kempenfelt Bay, nearby trails and ski hills, several shopping malls, a vast assortment of restaurants and great nightlife. There’s plenty to do when you’re not studying. www.barrie.ca

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OUR CAMPUSES

POPULATION OF 141,400


ORILLIA CAMPUS

GET TO KNOW THE ORILLIA CAMPUS The Lakehead Orillia Campus offers a variety of programs and all the amenities of a larger campus in a small, welcoming environment. Walking through Simcoe Hall you’ll get to know your classmates and become part of something truly different. You’ll be able to make yourself at home in a state-of-the-art LEED® (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) campus.

CAMPUS FEATURES Library, multidisciplinary labs, Learning Commons, on-campus residence, video conferencing classrooms, cafeteria, student lounges, New Sun Art Gallery, Student Success Centre.

ORILLIA Known as the Sunshine City, Orillia is the gateway to Ontario’s cottage country. It borders on two lakes, with nearby golf courses, trails and ski resorts. Orillia has all the amenities of a large urban centre, with small-town charm that offers year-round opportunities for arts, culture, recreation and music.

FACTS ABOUT ORILLIA • Ranks as one of the top 50 most entrepreneurial small cities in Canada (Canadian Federation of Independent Business) • C  onsistently ranked among one of the top 10 cities to invest in Canada (Canadian Property Investor Magazine and Real Estate Investment Network) • Home to the renowned Mariposa Folk Festival and host to the 2020 Ontario Winter Games • 100+ restaurants • O  ver 10 km of waterfront trails

POPULATION OF 31,000

www.orillia.ca

OUR CAMPUSES

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BEYOND THE CLASSROOM

BEYOND THE CLASSROOM Step out of the classroom and go beyond the books and lectures. At Lakehead-Georgian learning happens everywhere. Co-operative education, stimulating field courses, and eye-opening international exchanges are just a few of the opportunities that will help you develop valuable skills for the future.

GET EXPERIENCE Gain relevant work experience, conduct a professional job search with support from our staff, build your career network, and learn alongside professionals through a co-op work term.

APPLY IT Experiential opportunities are built into our courses at Lakehead-Georgian – from labs and simulations to field school.

#1

Lakehead University is ranked Canada’s #1 Undergraduate Research University

EXPLORE NEW IDEAS Gain real-world experience in your area of study working alongside researchers and industry partners.

GO PLACES Immerse yourself in a new culture through a study abroad experience in one of over 17 countries.

Georgian College is Canada’s only designated Ashoka U Changemaker College

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#1

Georgian College is Ontario’s #1 co-op college


MEET SAMANTHA Samantha Mitchell Environmental Sustainability Hometown: Tiny, Ontario

WHY DID YOU CHOOSE LAKEHEAD-GEORGIAN? I was very indecisive about whether I wanted to go to college or university. On one hand, college gave me the hands-on, practical experience needed for a workplace, but on the other hand, university offered theory and research. It was a difficult decision, made easier when I learned about the partnership program. For me, it was an easy choice. Two incredible schools so close to home and so involved in their communities. I was eager to experience the best of both worlds!

WHAT MADE YOU PICK THE ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY PROGRAM? I have many passions, but also a lifetime to explore all of them. At this time in my life, my passion for a sustainable and protected environment is at the forefront. The program here at Lakehead-Georgian made sense for me. As I am already involved in my community, I wanted to stay local and learn about topics that were relevant to my life and community.

WHAT MAKES LUGC STAND OUT? The small class sizes! We all get along very well. I look forward to going to class and being able to have a conversation that involves everyone. We study together most times too, which has been a life saver!

WHAT WOULD YOU SAY TO FUTURE STUDENTS? Being a student here means you are part of a family, and everyone is willing to help you be successful. Reach out to support staff, peers, and professors if you need help. Help will be given to those who ask.

MEET SAMANTHA

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INVEST IN YOUR FUTURE

INVEST IN YOUR FUTURE Your education is one of the most important investments you’ll make. Take a closer look at the various funding opportunities available to you. LakeheadGeorgian.ca/financialaid

LAKEHEAD ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIP High school applicants (Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person) are automatically considered for these scholarships. FINAL ADMISSION AVERAGE

SCHOLARSHIP

95.0% or higher

Free tuition1

90.0% - 94.9%

$10,000 ($2,500 x 4 years)

85.0% - 89.9%

$5,000 ($1,250 x 4 years)

80.0% - 84.9%

$3,000 ($750 x 4 years)

1 Free tuition scholarship based on final top six grade 12 U/M marks. If final scholarship average decreases below 95.0%, a $4,000 renewable offer will be provided.

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2 Free tuition is provided if a student received an offer of $4,000 in May and they maintained their average at least with a 95.0% average in the top six U or M final course marks. If the student’s average drops below 95% and they received a Round 1 offer of $4,000, they will receive a $4,000 renewable entrance scholarship. The $4,000 and free tuition scholarships are renewable provided a 90% average is achieved in each academic year. If a student’s academic average falls between 80.0% - 89.9%, the student will receive an amended scholarship valued at $2,500 per year for each subsequent academic year for the remaining term of the scholarship.

ONTARIO STUDENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (OSAP) With a single application, you could be eligible for support through the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP). Find out more and apply online: ontario.ca/OSAP


INVEST IN YOUR FUTURE

$11 MILLION

in scholarships, bursaries and awards available through Lakehead University each year

UNDERGRADUATE ENTRANCE BURSARIES Our entrance bursary program provides over $300,000 annually for students who demonstrate financial need. Unlike loans, bursaries don’t need to be repaid. • E  ntrance/Travel Bursary, value: up to $2,300 • T  ransfer/Mature Student Bursary, value: up to $1,000 Learn more about all available awards at LakeheadGeorgian.ca/financialaid

YOUR STUDENT BUDGET HOW MUCH WILL IT COST? *Estimated average budget for an academic year $6,000

Average domestic tuition

$1,000

Activity fees

$1,000

Books and supplies

$1,500

Entertainment and personal expenses

$1,000

Transportation

$0

Living at home

$12,500

Residence fees

TOTAL Living away from home: $23,000 +/TOTAL Living at home: $10,500 +/These costs represent an approximate eight-month budget (based on 2020-2021 costs) for domestic students. Your costs may increase or decrease based on your personal lifestyle. Your costs will increase if you’re an international student.

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ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING LakeheadGeorgian.ca/electricalengineering

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ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (ELECTRICAL) DEGREE + ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY ADVANCED DIPLOMA PROGRAM LOCATION Years 1 to 4 – Georgian Barrie

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Central Ontario’s only innovative four-year engineering program provides you with a solid foundation across all areas of electrical engineering – gain valuable theoretical knowledge, practical engineering and applied technology skills. In line with the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB) process, this program will seek accreditation for its first graduating class.

SAMPLE OF FIRST-YEAR COURSES • • • • • •

Electric Circuit Theory Chemistry Computer Programming Calculus Physics Introduction to Engineering Design

EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING Our students participate in team-based learning opportunities, including projects and presentations, hands-on laboratories, a senior design project, and have the opportunity to apply for a co-operative education option.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS (Ontario high school students) Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent with a minimum of six Grade 12 U or M courses, including program-specific prerequisite courses. For all other applicant types, visit admissions.lakeheadu.ca

CO-OPERATIVE EDUCATION Pursue the co-operative education option. You have the option of applying for a 16-month work term after third year. Graduate in five years with 16 months of relevant industry experience through four paid work terms.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES • Control and Instrumentation Engineer • Electrical Engineer • Power Generation and Distribution Engineer • Engineering Project Manager • Telecommunications Engineer • Electronics Engineer • Network Engineer

STUDENT PROFILE “I chose the Electrical Engineering program because of the great reputation of Lakehead University and Georgian College. The dual-credential program is oneof-a-kind and is backed by local, national and international industry connections. I may have been nervous heading into my first year at Lakehead-Georgian, but the small class sizes and high studentinstructor interaction made it so much easier. We are a tight-knit community and that has made it so much easier to succeed.” Jacky Wu Electrical Engineering Hometown: Vaughan, Ontario

OUAC CODE

PREREQUISITE REQUIREMENTS

COMPETITIVE ADMISSION AVERAGE

AM

• • • • •

70% minimum

ENG4U (English) MHF4U (Advanced Functions) (min. 60%) SPH4U (Physics) SCH4U (Chemistry) Two additional Grade 12 U or M credits; MCV4U (Calculus and Vectors) is strongly recommended; one additional credit in Grade 12 U or M Math, Science or Technological Education course • Students who have completed Ontario’s Grade 12 U Calculus & Vectors, with a minimum mark of 60%, will be exempted from MATH 1071 – Vectors and Matrices.

FIND YOUR PROGRAM

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COMPUTER SCIENCE

COMPUTER SCIENCE LakeheadGeorgian.ca/computerscience

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COMPUTER SCIENCE

HONOURS BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE IN COMPUTER SCIENCE + COMPUTER PROGRAMMING DIPLOMA PROGRAM LOCATION Years 1 and 2 – Georgian Barrie Years 3 and 4 – Lakehead Orillia

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Think big as you explore the world of computer science. Master the technology that is rapidly revolutionizing our world. Students will have opportunities to develop advanced analytical, programming and software development skills, and participate in our co-operative education program to gain rewarding industry experience.

SAMPLE OF FIRST-YEAR COURSES • • • • •

Programming Fundamentals Introduction to Entrepreneurship Introduction to Object Oriented Programming using Java Client-Side JavaScript Introduction to Web Programming using PHP

CO-OPERATIVE EDUCATION You’ll gain hands-on work experience through two mandatory paid co-op work terms during the summers following first and second year.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES • • • • • • • •

Application/Web Developer Computer Programmer/Analyst Information Researcher Security Specialist Software Engineer System Analyst Database Administrator IT Architect

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS (Ontario high school students) Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent with a minimum of six Grade 12 U or M courses, including program-specific prerequisite courses.

STUDENT PROFILE “I was looking for a place where I could learn practically more than theoretically. It has the best parts of both college and university. The college has a good balance with theory/ practice that I like and I have the chance to take co-op, which gives me working experience before graduating. With university, I can expand my knowledge in computer science that the market demands.” Sergio Beltran Obiol Computer Science Hometown: Barcelona, Spain

OUAC CODE

PREREQUISITE REQUIREMENTS

COMPETITIVE ADMISSION AVERAGE

AG

• ENG4U (English) • MHF4U (Advanced Functions) • One of: MCV4U (Calculus and Vectors); ICS4U (Computer Science) or MDM4U (Data Management)

70% minimum

For all other applicant types, visit admissions.lakeheadu.ca

FIND YOUR PROGRAM

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ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY

ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY LakeheadGeorgian.ca/environmentalsustainability

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ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY

HONOURS BACHELOR OF ARTS AND SCIENCE DEGREE IN ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY (SPECIALIZATION IN ECOSYSTEM MANAGEMENT) + ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNICIAN DIPLOMA PROGRAM LOCATION Years 1 and 2 – Georgian Barrie Years 3 and 4 – Lakehead Orillia

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Learn to tackle emerging environmental challenges and explore sustainable solutions - essential to creating a greener future. Graduate with advanced lab and field skills that will allow you to meet and adapt to the growing demands of this sector.

SAMPLE OF FIRST-YEAR COURSES • • • • • •

Plant Biology Canadian Forest Plant Species C  omputer Technology for Environmental Applications Environmental Law and Policy Animal Biology Introduction to Technical Math

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES • • • • • •

Conservation Officer Ecologist E  nvironmental Compliance Officer GIS Analyst Hazardous Materials Specialist Microbiologist

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS (Ontario high school students) Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent with a minimum of six Grade 12 U or M courses, including program-specific prerequisite courses.

STUDENT PROFILE “At the start of third year we had the opportunity to go to the Algonquin Wildlife Centre for field school. For field school we spent a week in class and then three nights in the field. My project focused on measuring mammals in the human and natural area to see if there was a change. We have field school again in fourth year, but it will be more independent with less help from our faculty. We can build on our project from third year or start a new project.” Sophia Clement Environmental Sustainability Hometown: Toronto, Ontario

OUAC CODE

PREREQUISITE REQUIREMENTS

COMPETITIVE ADMISSION AVERAGE

AP

• ENG4U (English) • One of: MHF4U (Advanced Functions); MCV4U (Calculus and Vectors); or MDM4U (Data Management)

75% minimum

For all other applicant types, visit admissions.lakeheadu.ca

FIND YOUR PROGRAM

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APPLIED LIFE SCIENCES

APPLIED LIFE SCIENCES LakeheadGeorgian.ca/appliedlifesciences

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APPLIED LIFE SCIENCES

HONOURS BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE IN APPLIED LIFE SCIENCES (SPECIALIZATION IN BIOMEDICAL TECHNIQUES) + BIOTECHNOLOGY-HEALTH DIPLOMA PROGRAM LOCATION Years 1 and 2 – Georgian Barrie Years 3 and 4 – Lakehead Orillia

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Prepare for a career in biotechnology, forensics, diagnostic laboratories, or the health sector. You’ll explore diverse topics to understand the extent of biological diversity at the molecular level and develop critical thinking skills with respect to modern life science. Our focus on the practical application of your skills provides you with valuable laboratory and data analysis training.

SAMPLE OF SOME FIRST-YEAR COURSES • • • • • •

Animal Biology Plant Biology Chemistry Calculus Human Physiology Biomedical Laboratory

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES • • • • • •

(Ontario high school students) Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent with a minimum of six Grade 12 U or M courses, including program-specific prerequisite courses.

“With the field of science being such an intricate and rapidly advancing field, the Applied Life Science program is designed to push you. It’ll push you to change the way that you think about the world around you, provoking you to question things and contemplate the workings of nature from the macroscopic level at which you observe it, all the way down to the molecular level.” Jessica Maher Applied Life Sciences Hometown: Tottenham, Ontario

Botanist Forensics Genetic Counsellor Medicine Microbiology Technician Pharmaceutical/Medical Researcher

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

STUDENT PROFILE

OUAC CODE

PREREQUISITE REQUIREMENTS

COMPETITIVE ADMISSION AVERAGE

AA

• • • •

75% minimum

ENG4U (English) MHF4U (Advanced Functions) SBI4U (Biology) SCH4U (Chemistry)

For all other applicant types, visit admissions.lakeheadu.ca

FIND YOUR PROGRAM

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STUDENT SERVICES

SUPPORTING YOU Enjoy the benefits of being a Lakehead University and Georgian College student. At Lakehead-Georgian our number one priority is to ensure you achieve your goals. Our students can access all student services at Lakehead Orillia and Georgian Barrie. From tutors and co-op specialists to clubs and varsity teams, access all the support you need from orientation to graduation. LakeheadGeorgian.ca/studentservices STUDENT SUPPORT Becoming a Lakehead-Georgian student means developing new skills, independence and selfawareness. We encourage you to take advantage of the advice, assistance and supports offered to help you excel in your studies and to plan for the future. Here are just a few services our students can access: • • • • • • • •

Academic planning and support Co-operative education and career success Counselling On-campus Indigenous resources Peer mentors and tutoring Accessibility services Enrolment, registration and financial aid services Specialized services for International students

CLUBS AND GROUPS Meet new friends and explore your passions by joining one of 50+ student clubs and groups at Lakehead-Georgian. Whether you’re interested in sports, movies, politics – there’s a club for everyone. Can’t find a club or group that matches your interests? It’s easy to create your own.

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STUDENT GOVERNMENT AND LEADERSHIP Lakehead University Student Union (LUSU) and Georgian College Students’ Association (GCSA) provide a wide variety of services to students, by students. They offer opportunities to represent and advocate for the student body. lusu.ca GeorgianCollege.ca/gcsa

WELL-BEING Students at Lakehead-Georgian take comfort in knowing that no matter what campus they attend they will receive one-on-one support from our staff and faculty. With our partnership, students can receive support services at either campus, such as: • • • • • •

Dental services (B) Mental health resources (B/OR) Naturopathic doctor (OR) Medical services (OR) Personal counselling (B/OR) Massage and esthetics (B)

B = Barrie Campus, OR = Orillia Campus


Staying active and engaged is important to maintaining a healthy lifestyle while at school. We make it easy at Lakehead-Georgian by including athletic fees in your tuition. Take advantage of what our campuses have to offer. orilliathunderwolves.ca georgiangrizzlies.ca ATHLETIC CENTRE When you become a Lakehead-Georgian student, you’ll automatically have access to the Barrie Campus Athletic Centre, which offers an impressive array of fitness facilities, programs and services through physical education and athletics. Access virtual fitness classes and workouts from anywhere with Fitness on Demand available at GeorgianGrizzlies.ca.

RECREATIONAL SPORTS Our intramural leagues and clubs offer friendly competition. Extramural sports provide a bit of competition and fun while representing your campus.

VARSITY ATHLETICS Compete against other colleges in the province and throughout the country. As a Lakehead-Georgian student, you can try out for either the Lakehead University Thunderwolves or Georgian Grizzlies. Campus declaration must be made prior to try-outs.

CAMPUS

MEN

WOMEN

Badminton

B

Basketball

B

Cross-country running

B

Golf

B/O

Indoor soccer

B/O

Rugby

B

Volleyball

B

HOWL OR GROWL

HEALTHY LIVING

VARSITY

CO-ED

Intramural 3-on-3 basketball

B

Badminton

B/O

Dodgeball

B

B/O

Flag football

B

Floorball

B

Hockey

B

Indoor soccer

B

B/O

B

B/O

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Outdoor soccer Three-pitch softball Volleyball

Extramural Basketball

O

Dance

O

Equestrian

O

Hockey

B/O

Indoor cricket

B

Bowling

B

B = Barrie Campus, O = Orillia Campus

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CAMPUS LIVING

CAMPUS LIVING Live in one of Lakehead-Georgian’s convenient on-campus residences. Our on-campus residences offer everything you need to make your experience fun and safe. While each residence is different, they each include private bedroom with double bed, shared bathroom, as well as high-speed internet or Wi-Fi. LakeheadGeorgian.ca/housing

BARRIE RESIDENCE

ORILLIA RESIDENCE Two single rooms sharing an adjoining washroom. Single with Meal Plan A, $12,531.54* Single with Meal Plan B, $13,231.54*

Two single rooms sharing an adjoining washroom and communal living/dining area and kitchen. Single, $7,440*

FLEX DOLLARS

MEAL PLAN

All students living in residence on the Barrie campus will purchase flex dollars instead of a traditional meal plan. Your flex dollars are loaded onto your ONEcard, and can be used for select stores and restaurants, on and off campus. Additional flex dollars may be added at any time.

Students living in residence on the Orillia campus have the option of purchasing Meal Plan A – Light ($4,300) or Meal Plan B – Regular ($5,000). Numerous dining options cater to your tastes, while accommodating your dietary choices and restrictions.

*All prices listed are based on 2020/21 costs. For complete terms and conditions, visit LakeheadGeorgian.ca/housing

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CAMPUS LIVING

LIVING OFF CAMPUS OUR RESIDENCE GUARANTEE • D  omestic first-year students are guaranteed a spot in residence. • R  esidence gives you the opportunity to build your independence and meet new people. • Y  ou are steps away from classes, academic and personal supports, recreational facilities and social spots, leaving no wasted time commuting.

Whatever campus you’re attending, we have information to help you find local rental property listings, advice for living away from home, and we’ve also included a number of resources to help you protect yourself. LakeheadGeorgian.ca/housing

COMMUTING Our campuses are in cities that offer local public transportation and bus service to Toronto. Barrie has GO Train service to Toronto. If you have a car, you can park on campus with a monthly pass or you can pay each time you park. Simcoe County Linx offers bus service between the Orillia and Barrie campuses. LakeheadGeorgian.ca/student-life

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APPLYING TO LAKEHEAD-GEORGIAN

APPLYING TO LAKEHEAD-GEORGIAN STEP 1:

SELECT A PROGRAM

STEP 2:

REVIEW ADMISSION CRITERIA

STEP 3:

APPLY ONLINE

STEP 3

Visit LakeheadGeorgian.ca to review our programs and select the one that best fits your passion and interests.

Check to ensure you have the necessary grades and prerequisite courses for the program you selected.

Go to the Ontario Universities Application Centre (OUAC) at ouac.on.ca to complete your application. APPLICANT TYPE

APPLICATION FORM & DEADLINES

Current Ontario high school student

https://www.ouac.on.ca/ouac-101/ Jan. 15, 2021

Canadian high school applicants outside of Ontario

https://www.ouac.on.ca/ouac-105/ March 1, 2021

Canadian university or college graduates and/or transfer student

https://www.ouac.on.ca/ouac-105/ March 1, 2021

International applicants

https://www.ouac.on.ca/ouac-105/ March 1, 2021

Mature students

https://www.ouac.on.ca/ouac-105/ March 1, 2021

Applicants using the 105 Form will be required to submit transcripts to: Lakehead University Enrolment Services - Undergraduate Admissions 955 Oliver Road Thunder Bay, ON P7B 5E1 Canada Other documents may also be required.

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STEP 4:

CHECK YOUR APPLICATION STATUS

STEP 5:

ACCEPT YOUR OFFER

Through myInfo (http://erpwp.lakeheadu.ca/lg) you can easily check the status of your application and see which documents are required for submission.

Congratulations on being admitted to Lakehead-Georgian! Please read through our Offer of Admissions carefully. Your Offer will indicate which program(s) you have received admissions to, along with important dates and information.

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HERE ARE WAYS TO EXPLORE LIFE AT LAKEHEAD-GEORGIAN: EXPLORE

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our campuses with a virtual tour. LakeheadGeorgian.ca/virtualtour

an online information session. LakeheadGeorgian.ca/events

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with a LUGC recruiter. LakeheadGeorgian.ca/connect

our mailing list. LakeheadGeorgian.ca/mailinglist CAMPUS MAPS AND MORE

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