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Counsellors play a critical role in supporting students as they transition to post-secondary. The Office for New Students (ONS) is here to help. On this page you will find links to resources that you can use when counselling students and parents on their decisions around post-secondary education. If you would like Douglas College to come to your school, get in touch with us. Students who have questions about coming to Douglas can email or call us, or set up an appointment.
The Office for New Students provides information specifically for prospective students and their parents that answers common questions and provides guidance on the process of becoming a Douglas College student. Some of the most popular resources are below:
The most updated and newest information regarding admissions, financial aid, new programs and other helpful information for high school counsellors is gathered in one email and sent regularly by the representative of each school district. If you'd like to receive this information, please get in touch with us.
In addition to general information for all new students, faculty representatives give specialized presentations on a wide variety of academic programs. A full list of programs, dates and times can be found on our information sessions page.
Academic Advisors help students choose the right courses and stay on track in reaching their educational goals. Specifically, Academic Advisors help admitted students navigate through their program and course requirements toward graduation at Douglas College or for transfer to university.
If you have a student who is unsure of which career path to take, encourage them to make an appointment with a Career Counsellor or visit our Career Resource Centre.
Come by and visit us! See our facilities and meet our great people. You can visit by yourself or with friends and family members. All you have to do is fill out a tour request form and we’ll be in contact with you.
Information and guidance is available on student loans, bursaries, scholarships and awards from our Financial Aid office. Staff can help students budget and plan for their college years.