You've met with your Employment Counsellor and selected your desired program at Fanshawe. Now your Counsellor has told you that you need to complete a Researching and Choosing a School form on that program and Fanshawe College.

Not to worry! To make things easier, we've gone ahead and answered the questions for you!

General Fanshawe College Information

School Name:

Fanshawe College

Contact Information:

For contact information including mailing addresses and phone numbers for each campus location, please click here.

Is this school registered as a private Career College in Ontario?

No

If no, please explain:

Publicly funded college - College of Applied Arts and Technology

Is this course eligible for OSAP funding?

Yes

Is this training provider certified to give T2202A tuition tax receipts?

Yes

Does this school have a solid reputation in the community?

Yes, Fanshawe College is one of the largest of the 24 publicly funded Community Colleges in Ontario.

Are the standards and licenses recognized by Governments and Occupational Associations?

Yes

Program-Specific Information

Click here to answer the program-specific information on your Researching and Choosing a School form!

Cost of Training Course/Program

Click here to view our listing of fees by program. Simply search through our alphabetical list to find your program of choice.

Please note:

Tuition fees are charged per term. 

Other Admission Fees:

(where applicable)

English Language Evaluation Test (ELE):

An assessment for applicants for whom English is not their first language.

Subject Challenge Exams (for admission purposes):

  • When an applicant has completed the learning, but does not have proof of a grade (i.e. English, Math, Chemistry, Biology, and Physics). The challenge exam shows that the individual has the skill set that meets the minimum grade requirement.
  • When an applicant has completed the learning, but does not meet the minimum grade requirement.

Challenge exams cannot be used in lieu of a subject requirement when prior learning has not been completed.

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