Aboriginal Post-Secondary Information Program (APSIP)

The Aboriginal Post-Secondary Information Program (APSIP) is dedicated to empowering and improving access opportunities for Aboriginal (First Nations, status and non-status, Inuit and Métis) learners to pursue postsecondary education in Ontario.

At APSIP events, you’ll have the opportunity to meet with Aboriginal college liaisons who can answer your questions about applying to college, choosing a program, admission requirements, applying for financial aid / funding, arranging living accommodations and campus life.

You’ll also discover how Ontario’s colleges can be a home away from home with resource centres and support services specifically for Aboriginal students. Make sure you self-identify as an Aboriginal person when you complete your college application, or at the Aboriginal Student Services centre on campus, to keep informed of the many services, programs and events that are available to meet your needs.

To learn more about APSIP, visit their website.

2016 APSIP Schedule

The APSIP tour begins in late-September, making stops in cities across Ontario and Quebec. Check out the schedule to find out when the tour is coming to your area.

Week 1 (Sept 21 - 25) – Northwestern Ontario

Week 2 (Sept 26 - 30) – Highway 11 Loop

Week 3 (Oct 3 - 7) – North Shore / Manitoulin

Week 4 (Oct 10 - 14) – Greater Toronto Area / Oshawa

Week 5 (Oct 17 - 21) – Sudbury

Week 6 (Oct 24 - 28) – North Bay

Week 7 (Oct 31 - Nov 4) – Southern Georgian Bay

Week 8 (Nov 7 - 11) – Eastern Ontario

Week 9 (Nov 14 - 18) – Western Quebec / Ottawa

Week 10 (Nov 21 - 25) – Southwestern Ontario

Week 11 (Nov 28 - Dec 2) – Six Nations / Hamilton / Niagara

For exact dates and locations, visit the APSIP website.

Ontario College Information Fair

If you’re in the GTA, be sure to visit the APSIP booth at the Ontario College Information Fair – the largest college information event in Ontario.

Enercare Centre - Hall B at Exhibition Place, Toronto

Monday, October 17, 2016
5:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Tuesday, October 18, 2016
10:00 am - 3:00 pm

To learn more, visit the OCIF website.