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Thread Collections for individual colleges and universities.

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Thread Collections for individual colleges and universities.

Please make this thread a sticky at the top. I found out the mother or father threads of individual college or university are "mixed" in the threads of topics so I want to create this thread as the springboard to each thread for each institution.

Under the title of each thread and the date of "last updated" are Tags. For examples, this particular thread use tags such as: "college search", "university program", "college to university", " university transfer", "program selection" and others. In their meanings, they function similarly to hashtags, those the number symbol # precedes on twitter. Clicking on one tag collects threads which also use that tag. If you are looking for course specific information, look for tags with the course code(s). In reciprocity, if you are posting course specific information, please enter the course code(s) as tags. Thank you.

Search and advanced search are still the way to go for exhaustive results. Considering searchable keywords and useful forum for your question takes time. If you have not found the information about a college or university you are looking for in the following list or the post secondary institution per se, using tags is quicker. Moreover, I advise you to use tags to search if you are only looking for information to skim but not post. Tags link threads by contents. Someone might have discussed your situation years ago, especially if yours evolves around affairs on students. You are likely to get a group of threads about the contents in the tags, on top of which the search option is also available.

If you are posting, please add tags relevant to your topics so readers and posters can reach threads more easily. You are encouraged to start a new thread despite similar topics in the past because new thread sit on the first page of the forum. It is your choice as a poster to post whether in a new thread or an old with relevant past information ahead of your post.

A forum for course material sale is also available on RFD.

So without further adieu, the followings are the links, by alphabetical order:

Athabasca University
Brock University
Cambrian college

Please merge the threads about the Carleton University.
Carleton University Thread 1
Carleton University Thread 2
Carleton University Thread 3
Carleton University Thread 4

Centennial College
Conestoga College
Dalhousie University
Fanshawe College
McMaster University
Memorial University of Newfoundland

Too numerous Michener Institute admission and discussion threads shall be listed under. Please search your chosen thread on your own. The following(s) have likely the highest volumes of posts.
Michener Institute - Med Lab Tech (one hundred and sixty four 164 pages)

Mohawk College
Mount Allison University
Queen's University
Ryerson University
SENECA COLLEGE
Seneca@York: You Got Questions, I (Might) Have Answer
Sheridan college
the University of Alberta
the University of British Columbia

Please merge the threads about the University of Guelph.
the University of Guelph thread 1
the University of Guelph thread 2
the University of Guelph thread 3

the University of Laval
the University of Montreal
the University of Ontario Institute of Technology
the University of Ottawa
the University of Saskatchewan

Please merge the threads about the University of Toronto.
the University of Toronto
the University of Toronto

the University of Toronto at Scarborough
the University of Toronto Library
the University of Toronto Scarborough Library
the University of Toronto St. George campus
the University of Waterloo
the University of Western Ontario

Please merge the threads about the Wilfrid Laurier University.
Wilfrid Laurier University thread 1
Wilfird Laurier University thread 2

the University of Windsor
York University
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Well done. Mods, sticky please.

I reported your post to ask it to be stickied.
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Merc with a Mouth wrote:
Aug 2nd, 2017 12:42 am
requested information on Seneca Accounting and Finance
My advice is to attend college if the program you wish to take is a known strength or unique. Examples would be the chef school at George Brown, Paramedic at various colleges, Information Security Degree at Seneca/Sheridan, Art school at Seneca/Sheridan, Supply Chain Management at Humber, and many other programs.
I am posting Information only. Direct your question(s) to the original poster(s).
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Squiggles on Apr 18th, 2010 9:06 am wrote:
Apr 18th, 2010 10:06 am
Ontario Schools who are CFS members (will not have to pay for ISIC card):
Algoma University
Atkinson
Carleton University
George Brown College
Glendon College
University of Guelph
Lakehead University
Laurentian University
Nipissing University
Ontario College of Art and Design
University of Ottawa
Ryerson
Saint Paul University
University of Toronto
Trent
University of Windsor
York

Schools that are CASA Members (usually have to pay for ISIC):
* Acadia
* Bishop’s University
* Brock University
* Dalhousie
* Universitaire de Moncton
* Red River College
* Saint Mary’s University
* St. Francis Xavier University
* St. Thomas University
* Mount Royal University
* Southern Alberta Institute of Technology
* University of Calgary
* University of the Fraser Valley
* University of Lethbridge
* University of New Brunswick
* University of Prince Edward Island
* University of Waterloo
* University of Western Ontario
* Wilfrid Laurier University
* University of Alberta
* McMaster
* Kwantlen

There are some schools where the Undergrad union is a member of CFS or CASA and the graduate union is a member of the other. I assume most people checking on this thread would be undergrads so the above lists are based on undergrad membership.
There was a lawsuit years ago launched by CASA trying to get CASA member schools out of paying for ISIC cards, I guess it hasn't worked yet if they are still paying......
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SkynyrdsInyrds wrote:
Jun 15th, 2018 9:39 pm
I'm a college prof.
MikeATtrentu wrote:
Apr 15th, 2018 8:44 am
Hi - I work at Trent University.
MichenerAdmissions wrote:
Apr 16th, 2019 7:56 pm
Hi Everyone, Michener’s admissions team here.
Lwb2015 wrote:
Sep 23rd, 2019 12:22 pm
CBC is looking at bullying and violence in schools from kindergarten through high school. We are looking for Ontario students and/or parents to share their experiences with us in particular with how the school did or did not handle the situation. If you are willing to speak with us please reach out to producer Lori Ward at lori.ward@cbc.ca
Wow, so many RFDers reveal their real life identities. So students and university prospects head up... when you are posting, someone from broadcasters, your institution, teacher(s) or schoolmate(s) may be reading possibly. Face Screaming In Fear :twisted: Heavy Exclamation Mark Symbol
Just a coincidence, from the Last Samurai of 2003, which stars Tom Cruise, Ken Watanabe et al.
Emperor Meiji: Ambassador Swanbeck, I have concluded that your treaty is NOT in the best interests of my people.
Ambassador Swanbeck: Sir, if I may...
Emperor Meiji: So sorry, but you may not.
Ambassador Swanbeck: This is an outrage!
[He and his aide storm out of the room in anger.]
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Can someone tell me about the honours bachelor of commerce program at Lakehead with co op? How good is it? I'm an international student
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OntEdTchr wrote:
Dec 28th, 2018 10:23 am
I'm honestly not sure that there's a single profession on the planet in which the skills you use daily are gained in university rather than on the job. In so many cases, having your degree is simply a test to see if you can handle it and a means of reducing the applicant pool.
Aaaaaron wrote:
Aug 13th, 2017 1:34 pm
Yeah grades are the most important as far as I know. You can work for a couple years and the required GPA drops to 2.6 I think.
I graduated from a civil tech program this April and a few of my classmates got into Lakehead and UBC. It doesn't seem like it's competitive past their GPA requirement.
Aaaaaron wrote:
Aug 10th, 2017 11:18 pm
I don't think you are better off to start over if you have completed a 2 or 3 year diploma. I would transfer to one of the universities that has an agreement with the one you graduated from. You would be lucky to get one year of university credit for your 2/3 year diploma at a school with no agreement. Plus like you said, your grades have to be good.
The tech diploma can be a okay alternative if you don't have the entrance requirements for a university engineering or college bridge program. It's also a good program to get into engineering and construction management. Maybe more so in Alberta, but the techs are an intergal part of a team. I know graduates of tech programs who have gone on to very successful careers.
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cybercavalier wrote:
Jun 15th, 2018 9:58 pm
Wow, so many RFDers reveal their real life identities. So students and university prospects head up... when you are posting, someone from broadcasters, your institution, teacher(s) or schoolmate(s) may be reading possibly. Face Screaming In Fear :twisted: Heavy Exclamation Mark Symbol

You think saying "I am a college prof" somehow reveals my true identity? Are you an idiot or something? And yes, that was a rhetorical question.
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SkynyrdsInyrds wrote:
Sep 24th, 2019 1:49 am
You think saying "I am a college prof" somehow reveals my true identity? Are you an idiot or something? And yes, that was a rhetorical question.
Would the readers including prospective post-secondary students consider you only a knowledgeable person about university affairs or an insider?
wallflower31 wrote:
Aug 20th, 2018 4:36 am
Can someone tell me about the honours bachelor of commerce program at Lakehead with co op? How good is it? I'm an international student
A prospective student posting a question on this page instead of starting a new thread tells something about how the presentation of information influences the reader... They may think this thread offers a good opportunity to ask question because the thread was a sticky and insiders are reading posts in threads.

Thank you for reading my posts that caught your attention.
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cybercavalier wrote:
Sep 25th, 2019 1:12 am
Would the readers including prospective post-secondary students consider you only a knowledgeable person about university affairs or an insider?
Irrelevant to your claim that stating my job reveals my identity.

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