• Research the careers that program leads to, ensure they are aligned with your goals;
  • Select a program or course;
  • Determine if the online learning environment is well suited for your skills and lifestyle;
  • See an admission and pathway advisor if you have any questions at this point;
  • Apply for your program(s) of interest;
  • Check out the supports available for online learners (www.fanshawec.ca/online);
  • Get your finances in order to pay for your education;
  • Apply for OSAP if needed;
  • Check out and see what bursaries you are eligible for;
  • Look for your offer of admission email;
  • Accept and confirm your offer prior to the deadline;
  • Pay your deposit and or fees prior to the deadline;
  • Complete any of the registration requirements;
  • Write your WRIT assessment;
  • Ensure your technology is suitable for the program or course requirements;
  • Learn the Fanshawe technology (FOL, WebAdvisor, MyFanshawe);
  • Get your books and supplies;
  • Find out about ways you can engage with the Fanshawe community as an online learner;
  • Put key semester dates in your calendar;
  • Put key course dates into your schedule;
  • Pass your courses and be successful;
  • Successfully graduate from your program and find fulfilling employment.