Before your first day
We all want to get started on the right path. Follow the timeline to help you get ready for Fanshawe.
|4 months prior||Apply early for OSAP and Scholarships and Bursaries.|
|3 Months prior||Students with a mental, physical, or learning disability should register with Accessibility Services.|
|2 Months prior||Make sure you have met your post-admission requirements (WRIT/Placement).
Pay your fees (Tuition/Residence/Meal Plan).
Attend a Head Start workshop for new students.
Work on program requirements for a field or clinic placement.
|4 - 6 Weeks prior||
Download your class schedule.
|1 Month prior||Order online or go in person to buy textbooks.
Attend a Jump Start workshop for study skills/math help.
Register for your general education elective (not applicable to every student).
|3 Weeks prior||Get your OSAP funding. Follow the steps!|
|Anytime||Take a tour of campus, Residence resources, Becoming a Better Student.|
Your First Month
College is an exciting time - time to meet new friends, discover new ideas, and develop new skills. Start your college journey off right by attending both the academic orientation and the Fanshawe Student Union orientation.
If you already have health or dental insurance, you can opt out of the coverage offered by the Fanshawe Student Union.
To be successful at Fanshawe, you'll need to learn how the college uses technology. Learn more about FanshaweOnline (FOL), WebAdvisor, and MyFanshawe.
After Your First Year
It's never too early to start thinking about the next step in your journey.
|Career Services & Cooperative Education||Need help with a summer job or want to learn more about the co-op program?|
|Study & Work Abroad||Information on educational and work opportunities around the world.|
|Graduate Studies||Want an additional credential to enhance your resumé?|
|Transferring to University|
|Continuing Education||Interested in extra courses to build your skills?|
|Fanshawe Alumni||Find out about all the great things your Alumni Association does for you.|
- Fanshawe College’s special constables, who provide security services on campus, are now carrying naloxone kits.
- Essential Skills for Truck Drivers is free to eligible participants and provides a solid understanding of safety, legislation, procedures and standards used in the Ontario trucking industry.