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Future students

Maybe you’re fresh out of high school, or have taken a couple of years off to figure out your next move. Or, perhaps you’re a “mature student” –anyone 23 and older – who is returning to post-secondary or pursuing higher education for the first time. No matter who you are, we’ll help you get the support you need to be successful at Douglas.

Next Steps Presentation
This year is a little unique so we decided to provide extra support to students who've applied to Douglas College. Now you've applied, are wondering what to do next? Sign up for an online Next Steps Presentation! A recruiter will provide you with all the necessary information to ensure you're confident starting in the fall. 

Friday, June 5, 1:30-2:30 p.m - Register Now!
Tuesday, June 9, 3:00-4:00 p.m.  - Register Now!
Wednesday, June 10, 10:00-11:00 a.m.  - Register Now!

Step one is to get to know Douglas College a little better. Here are a few things you can do:

1. Review our Program and Course Catalogue
Check admission requirements, costs and other information about programs you’re interested in.

2. Book a campus tour
Get a feel for our campuses, ask all the questions you want and find out if Douglas College is right for you! Tours are led by Douglas College students.

3. Attend an information session
Learn about Douglas programs and services. You’ll also have the opportunity to meet directly with faculty from the program of your choice.

4. Check out your financial options
If you need help paying for school, check out financial aid options, including scholarships, bursaries and awards, and student loans and grants.

5. Ask questions
The Future Students' Office can answer any questions you have.

6. Apply to Douglas
Once you’ve applied we will email you your student ID number and information on next steps.

New students