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Mohawk College delivers quality education to:
- More than 33,000 full-time, part-time and apprenticeship students
- 625 Indigenous students
- 4,825 international students from more than 90 countries
- 1,015 academically at-risk high school students
- In February 2020, Mohawk launched the Climate Change Leaders initiative in partnership with nine Ontario school boards.
The sustainability education initiative seeks to identify and remove energy waste in schools belonging to the partnering school boards and subsequently developing on-site renewable energy systems such as solar, geothermal and battery storage. Climate Change Leaders explores enhanced experiential learning opportunities in the areas of science, technology, engineering, arts and math, offering new pathways for students toward co-op placements, apprenticeships and new jobs in a low-carbon, circular economy.
- In September 2019, Mohawk became the first Ontario college to provide an Ontario College Certificate to apprentices of its skilled trades apprenticeship programs.
The provincial certification allows graduates to pursue further studies at other Ontario colleges, across Canada and international partner institutions with the assurance that their previous education is recognized.
- Mohawk officially opened its new EON AVR Development Lab in June 2019.
Part of the school's new Interactive Digital Centre, the lab offers a virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) environment with AV and VR equipment for hands-on skilled trades training. In September 2019, Mohawk expects to introduce Microsoft HoloLens assistive devices in a number of skilled trades programs.
2020 Admissions scores and selection process for oversubscribed programs
- Eligible applicants to oversubscribed programs, who have applied before the Equal Consideration Date (February 1), are ranked by grades of required courses.
- Additional selection criteria may be applicable.
- We do not publish cut-off scores for oversubscribed programs as they are determined based on the applicant pool and vary from year to year.
Selection process for non-oversubscribed programs
All eligible applicants who have applied before the Equal Consideration Date (Feb 1) receive an offer of admission.
Grade 11 marks
When an applicant does not have a midterm or final grade for their Grade 12 requirement(s), we will consider their Grade 11 final grade, when ranking for competitive programs only.
Dual credits/SHSM programs
Dual Credits in Hamilton, Halton, Haldimand, and Brantford allow secondary school students to earn college credits in a wide variety of disciplines, from general education and communications, to media, health, and the skilled trades.
Alternate offers of admission
Applicants to waitlisted programs, and applicants not eligible to their program of choice who are not pursuing upgrading or testing options, may be sent an alternative offer for a related program.
Supplemental admission requirements
Additional selection criteria may be used for oversubscribed programs. Examples are:
- Standardized testing (HOAE)
Information on how C, M or U level courses are considered as part of our admissions process: As per the Ministry’s Binding Policy Directive, all C, M or U level courses are considered equally for the purpose of admissions decisions
- Art & Design Foundations (270)
- Career Pathways (361)
- Human Services Foundation (276)
- Pre-Justice (250)
- Pre-Media and Entertainment (194)
- Mechanical Techniques – Advanced Manufacturing Operations (568) | Cabinetry (579) | Electrical Monitoring & Systems (573) | Plumbing (576) | Welding and Fabrication (574)
- Construction Techniques – Plumbing (584)
- Opportunities exist through Continuing Education and through the Academic Upgrading program funded by Employment Ontario (EO).
- Earn college credits through City School by Mohawk.
- For English as a Second Language applicants, we offer General Arts & Science - English for Academic Purposes Domestic and International.
Mohawk offers a number of graduate programs. View graduate programs.
Students with disabilities
Mohawk has a comprehensive Accessible Learning Services department to support Academic Accommodations for students with disabilities.
Awards and Financial Assistance Information
- Application for awards and bursaries open six weeks prior to the start of each semester. View specific dates.
- Mo' Money Financial Literacy Resource Centre supports students in becoming more confident with their finances. Whether saving for school, making a budget, or planning for a major purchase we can help.
- Residence applications open on February 1 each year. Spaces are limited, with applications being accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.
- A security deposit of $350 is due at the time of application (which is a refundable amount at the end of your stay in residence). Should a student choose to cancel their application, they must do so before June 15 in order to receive their $350 deposit back.
- Visit Mohawk Residence and click the ‘Apply Now’ button in the top right hand corner to get started.
- info [at] mohawkresidence.ca (Email Mohawk Residence) for general application inquiries.