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We know that starting college can be an overwhelming process for some and this Student Checklist is one of many resources to help make your transition easier. Use the checklist as your guide to ensure you’re fully prepared to begin your journey at SLC! This checklist will be updated with new information in the coming weeks. 

Getting Started at SLC

Fall Semester Information: Click here for fall semester program delivery info and FAQ. For information on accessing campus, safety requirements, student supports, and program delivery, Click Here.

1. Log onto the student portal – is where you will find everything from reviewing your application status, paying fees, upcoming class information, student resources, and much more. Your username and password were sent to your personal email used when you applied at If you have issues logging in, please email

2. Confirm your offer at 

Congratulations! Don’t forget to confirm your offer from SLC and complete any outstanding conditions. If you have questions or need help with your application or acceptance, please contact our Recruitment team at (The due date to complete all conditions has been extended until August 31, 2020.)

3. Pay your deposit/fees 

A deposit of $250.00 ($2,350.00 for International Students) is required to confirm your spot in your program. Visit the Fee FAQ page for more information.

4. Apply for OSAP

The Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) is a mix of grants and loans to help you pay for college. Through one OSAP application, you have access to different financial aid programs. Apply or check your status at Visit the FAQ for more information.

5. Apply for bursaries, scholarships, and awards  

A bursary or scholarship can make a difference in helping you pay for college, ranging between $500 to $3,000. Fill out one application to apply for all SLC bursaries and scholarships. More than 500 bursaries were provided to students across our three campuses last year! Click here for more information.


Round 1: Feb 1, 2020 - May 31, 2020

Round 2: June 1, 2020 - June 30, 2020

Round 3: July 1, 2020 - Aug 30, 2020

Winter Round: Oct 1, 2020 - Dec 30, 2020

6. Connect with us!

Follow SLC on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

7. Download the UR SLC app

UR SLC connects you to Orientation, campus events, clubs, campus resources, and much more throughout your college career. Download from the App Store / Google Play or Login Here on your computer. Sign in with your username and password. Note: Students will not have access to UR SLC until AFTER the deposit is paid. 

8. What do I need for my courses at SLC?

Your individual program requirements will be confirmed shortly, but we recommend people have a computer and wifi access for their courses. Materials and your student learning platform are not optimized for mobile devices and can require significant amounts of bandwidth to access.

Looking for more information about SLC?

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Preparing for Classes at SLC

9.Verification of Enrolment

If you're receiving funds from an RESP or other education savings fund, you can generate a verification of enrolment letter through your account. Select the orange "My Hub" button, then “My Academics” and finally “Request enrolment verification”. Choose the desired term and click ”Create Letter”. 

10. Student Cards

Your student card is your college identification while on campus and is required to access certain services. Click here for more details about the student card process. Note: No student cards will be generated on campus or in-person, and must be received by mail. 

11. Orientation Programming

Watch your student email for details about Orientation programming for all students! 

11. Booklists and timetables are available on your account. 

First day of Classes! 

September 9th is the first day of classes for most programs. Please visit the campus information page for important information on student supports, services, resources, program delivery, and safety requirements. 



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