If you're in grade 12 or even looking to pursue another degree, then you know that fall is the time to start applying and figuring out where you want to spend the next 4+ years of your life.
You'll also know that it can be super overwhelming. Between knowing which schools have the programs you need and trying to figure out what you need to apply. Thankfully there's a website out there that tells you everything you need to know so you don't get buried by application stress this year.
Electronic Info is a site that not only lists all the universities in Ontario but also has a function where you can search by program and see all the schools that have the program you're interested in. So say you want to do a teaching degree, it will show you all the schools that offer that program.
If you click on one of those programs it will give you not only an overview of the program but also a list of all the requirements you need in order to get in, like any courses you have to take in high school and the grades you have to earn in those classes since it's important to not let senioritis, i.e. giving up in Gr. 12, hit too hard.
Beyond that, once you have found the programs you want to apply for the website has all the information you need to know on how to apply including research checklists, how-to videos, and all the information on deadlines. Making it so much easier to understand the mess of information being thrown at you.
The site also gives you resources on scholarships and fees like a list of over 600 scholarships from schools across the province, and their requirements and deadlines that you have to apply to them by since we all know that university can be expensive AF.
The deadline to apply to university in Ontario through the OUAC system is January 16, 2019, but some universities may also have their own deadlines for different programs.