Getting ready to start this semester? Check out your options for Orientation and where to find what you are looking for.
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Are you new to Mohawk?
Semester Ready Checklist
Secure your spot – pay your tuition deposit by the due date
Fees must be paid before you can choose your timetable or get your ONE Card.
Complete your Assessments for Success
To book your Assessment log into MyMohawk and go to the "Registration" tab. Under the "Post Secondary Students" section and look for the link to "Book your Assessment for Success."
Explore Orientation Options
Check out Mohawk's specialized orientation activities. Decide what options best suit your needs.
Make note of important dates
Find important academic dates including deposit payment deadline, timetable registrations, and college closures by visiting the Academic Dates website.
Select your timetable to register
The timetable selection schedule will be posted on MyMohawk. Login and click on the "My Student Account" tab.
Get your ONE Card
Once you select a timetable, you may upload your ONE Card Photo and pick up your card in person.
Attend Day One Orientation
Day One Orientation happens on your first day of college. Come to campus to meet faculty and peers, learn about your program, and be welcomed into the Mohawk College community.
Do you have what you need?
Things to consider...
Students can choose to live on-campus or off-campus. Learn more about your housing options
Are you planning on driving to the college? Visit parking for more information.
Considering public transportation?
Complete a Financial Needs Assessment Profile (FNAP) to apply for scholarships and bursaries
Consider applying for a part time job.
Apply now for the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP)
Develop your financial literacy with Mo' Money
Tech Set Up
Learn how to set up your Mohawk email, log into MyMohawk, access eLearn, and connect to WIFI.
Mohawk has lots to offer outside the classroom. Consider getting involved in volunteering, athletics and recreation, student leadership, or student clubs.
Students across all Mohawk campuses can access a variety of supportive wellness and healthcare services offered by a diverse team of health advocates.
Buy your books and supplies
Fennell and Stoney Creek Campus
Booklists are updated regularly. Buy your books in-person at the Bookstore or online.
Institute for Applied Health Sciences at McMaster
Books and supplied are available at the The Media Shop McMaster Health Science Building, Room 1G or online.
MSA Used Book Sale
For details, go to the Mohawk Students' Association website or contact the Fennell MSA Office at 905-575-2393 or toll free from Brantford at 519-759-7200 ext. 2393.
Get a Locker
You can book a locker at the Fennell or Stoney Creek Campuses on MyMohawk by selecting the "Campus Life" tab and selecting "Locker Rentals".
Students at the Institute for Applied Health Sciences at McMaster can book a locker through The Square between 8:30am - 4:30pm.
Be College Ready.
Mohawk is a diverse community and we offer specialized orientations. All students should check out the following options:
Get Set Sessions
Small group one hour sessions offered by Student Services staff throughout the summer to help get you prepared to start your program. Sessions focus on important deadlines, navigating online systems, tips for college success, and answering any questions you may have.
An optional semester ready mini orientation to get a head start on college life. Attend sessions on note taking, time-management, how to get involved, and more!
Indigenous Student Services Orientation
Indigenous Student Services offers a wide range of services and activities for our Indigenous students designed to make to your experience here at the College both interesting and fun.
Accessible Learning Services' Begin Well, Do Well
One day of workshops designed to help students with a disability transition to college. The workshops focus on self advocacy, time management, and technology.
International Student Orientation
A day to meet fellow international students, learn about college services, and be welcomed to the Mohawk College community.
Mature Student Meet & Mingle
Mature students have a unique set of needs and challenges; at our Meet & Mingle sessions, meet students and staff that can aid in your transition to college. Participants can expect a mature student discussion panel, Q & A session, and opportunity to mingle with other mature students and college resources.
Connect with an upper year student through 1 on 1 meetings. Peer Mentors are there to support you through your first year and help you connect to the services you are looking for.
ingie.metwally [at] mohawkcollege.ca (Sign up for a 1-on-1 Student Mentor)
Attend Day One.
Day One is the first day of college for new students starting this semester.
Program Launch: Meet your faculty and learn about the specific details of your program.
College Welcome: A large welcome from the college staff, faculty, and administration. Includes guest speakers, and interactive activities to meet peers.
Social: Time for you to meet new and current students as well as learn about some on campus resources and activities. Includes a free meal!
Start Smart: We know you'll have a lot of questions before beginning at Mohawk, so we're giving you the opportunity to get ahead and have your questions answered early! Hear from upper year students and learn about resources and tips for success.