University Information NightThe University Night Information Presentation was on Thursday, Sept. 20, 2018 at 7 pm in the cafeteria. A version of the presentation is provided below.
Every September Ajax H.S. presents information regarding university applications to interested parents and students.
2018 univ night presentation.pdf
University Information - Ontario
Site to apply to Ontario's universities.
Site used to research Ontario universities, including programs, pre-requisites, marks, and scholarships.
CUDO is an on-line resource that offers important statistics related to Ontario universities.
Site that provides contact information for all of Ontario Universities.
Information related to the Ontario Universities' Fair.
Ontario University Athletics
Information about athletics in Ontario's universities and Athletic Financial Awards (AFA) available to student-athletes.
Future Further is a dedicated resource that provides information on supports and services for Aboriginal students interested in, or already attending, an Ontario university.
The TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) is needed for entry into many Ontario universities if you are an ESL student.
Information for students considering becoming a medical doctor.
University Information - Canada
Links to a comprehensive list and resources related to universities across Canada.
University Information - Overseas
Site to research and apply for post-secondary study in the United Kingdom.
Study UK - Comprehensive information about pursuing post-secondary studies in the United Kingdom.
Site provides information on studying in Australia.
University Information - United States
Looking into post-secondary education in the United States? - Use this site to research American universities and information related to writing the SAT.
The ACT is the American College Test that many universities will use for admission requirements.
For student-athletes interested in attending a university in the United States and competing in the NCAA.
For student-athletes interested in attending a Junior College in the U.S. and competing in the NJCAA.