Future Students

5 steps to becoming a Mohawk student

There are 5 key steps to becoming a student at Mohawk College:

1. Prepare, 2. Apply, 3. Confirm, 4. Register and 5. Arrive! 

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Step 1: Prepare


Discover your options

There are many entry points and options at Mohawk College to help you achieve your goals.

Discover your options

Career tools

Not sure which program or career is right for you?

Try our online career tools to find programs that are right for you.

Find your program

Mohawk offers a wide selection of programs at the certificate and diploma level.

Many programs provide a fast track option which means you'll graduate sooner.

View programs by theme

 

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Step 2: Apply


Apply online at ontariocolleges.ca and pay special attention to requirements for competitive programs.

Need help along the way? Contact admissions or drop in to The Square at Fennell Campus to meet with a Coach, no appointment is required. Our Coaches can answer your questions about becoming a Mohawk student and applying for financial assistance.

Once you have applied to Mohawk, you'll receive an acknowledgement from us with information about how to access online applicant resources.

Learn how to apply

Applying to competitive programs

Competitive programs have more applicants than there are spaces available. You must apply for these programs before the equal consideration date to be eligible for the first round of offers. Late applications will be considered pending spaced in the program.

Learn more about competitive programs.

Important dates and deadlines

Applying for Fall 2019:

  • Feb 1: Equal consideration date
  • May 1: Confirm offer of admission
  • June 15: Tuition deposit due for new students

Applying for Winter 2020:

  • June 1: Equal consideration date
  • Mid-July: Confirm offer of admission
  • Mid-November: Tuition deposit due for new students

See the Academic Dates page for more information.

 

Step 3: Confirm


Congratulations you received an offer in your program! Confirm your offer in your program of choice and watch the mail for your Registration and Fee Guide package.

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Confirm your offer

Take the next step!

Confirm your offer to Mohawk

 

Step 4: Register


Complete your Assessments for Success

Assessments for Success are designed to determine your skills and help you succeed; they do not affect your offer of admission.

Based on your results, you will be placed in the Communications course that is right for you. You may even be exempt from one or more of your required Communications courses.

Learn more about Assessments for Success

Secure your spot

Pay the $500 non-refundable tuition deposit by the due date indicated on your fee statement to secure your spot.

A $150 deposit late fee will be charged after the due date listed on the fee statement.

Learn more about how to pay your fees

Select your timetable to register

Find the date and time that timetable selection begins for your program in MyMohawk by selecting "Find out when to register online" under the "Registration" link. Be sure to complete your registration by clicking the "Submit to register" button.

 

Step 5: Arrive!


Before you arrive

Welcome to Mohawk! We're here to help you prepare for college. Before you arrive, we have a few tips we'd recommend to make your transition smoother like attending Day One Orientation and staying up to date with events, news and more via social media.

After you arrive

As a student, you'll have access to on-campus services and supports that will help you get the most out of your Mohawk experience. We know that your success depends on your entire student experience, both inside and outside the classroom. Explore all the different ways you can gain experiences relevant to your future career and build meaningful connections with faculty and fellow students.