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Wilfrid Laurier University Leaf
October 22, 2014
 
 
Canadian Excellence

Planning and preparing for your tour



Ask yourself the following questions before you come for your tour:


What programs or courses interest me?

Which subject(s) am I good at?

What are the subjects in which I am strong?

How many years do I plan to be in university?

How will I pay for university?

How early should I start saving for university?

Is living at home a possibility/preference?

Can I afford to and do I want to live away from home?

Do I want to attend a small, medium or large university?

Is the look and feel of the campus I choose important to me?

Admission Requirements:


What courses are required in order to be admitted into my programs of interest?

Are there additional admission requirements for admission to the program I am interested in?

Do you accept courses that have been taken through night school, summer school and correspondence?

Program:


What is an undergraduate degree?

Does your university have the program that interests me?

The difference between a professional program and a master's degree?

Where can I get more information about a particular program?

Look at your calendar or visiting your Web site for more information?

Finances:


What are the costs involved in attending your university for one year?

Do you award scholarships automatically or do I need to apply?

What are the criteria for your scholarships and when are the amounts determined?

Lifestyle:


How do you apply for residence?

Is residence guaranteed?

What varsity sports are available?

Can you still play sports if you are not on a varsity team?

Campus support services offered especially for new students?

What are the class sizes like at your university for a first-year student?

Will there be special events throughout the year that will be geared towards the younger students who will be admitted in 2004?

Next Step:


When are your campus tours available?

Are you offering any special open houses during the fall?

What can I expect from the information sessions?