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Ontario Tech acknowledges the lands and people of the Mississaugas of Scugog Island First Nation.

We are thankful to be welcome on these lands in friendship. The lands we are situated on are covered by the Williams Treaties and are the traditional territory of the Mississaugas, a branch of the greater Anishinaabeg Nation, including Algonquin, Ojibway, Odawa and Pottawatomi. These lands remain home to many Indigenous nations and peoples.

We acknowledge this land out of respect for the Indigenous nations who have cared for Turtle Island, also called North America, from before the arrival of settler peoples until this day. Most importantly, we acknowledge that the history of these lands has been tainted by poor treatment and a lack of friendship with the First Nations who call them home.

This history is something we are all affected by because we are all treaty people in Canada. We all have a shared history to reflect on, and each of us is affected by this history in different ways. Our past defines our present, but if we move forward as friends and allies, then it does not have to define our future.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How do I navigate the new course preview?
    Our course preview and registration processes have been updated to serve you better. To search for courses in the new course preview:
    1. Select the term you are interested in (e.g. fall 2021) and select continue.
    2. If you know the course code, enter it directly in the subject and course number field. As you start typing, a drop-down menu will show all the courses that match your search.
    3. Select search to bring up the course details, including lecture times, linked labs, or tutorials if applicable. 
    4. Select course title to view additional information about the course, including any restrictions, prerequisites and course comments. 
    5. Select search again to return to the main browse classes page to search for another course.
    6. To search all courses in a particular subject area, select or start typing in the subject field, which will bring up a drop-down menu of all subjects available. You may also use the advanced search option to search by a variety of alternative criteria. 
  • How do I use the plan ahead feature for registration?

    Our new plan ahead feature allows you to create mock schedules to map out your upcoming semester(s). These can be uploaded once your registration window opens, allowing you to easily register into your preferred courses. To create your own mock schedule: 

    1. Select plan ahead from the listed registration options under the Helpful Links section in your MyCampus portal. 
    2. For each schedule that you want to create, use the course codes listed on your program map, and search for available sections using the class schedule search: 
      1. Select the course subject from the provided drop-down menu using the first 4 letters of the course code.
      2.  Enter the four-digit number into the course number field, followed by the letter “U”, and select search. You can then see the list of all courses available that match your search criteria.
      3. Select the course title to view details for the course, including restrictions, prerequisites and course comments, if applicable. Select view sections to see class times and remaining seats in each section. If the course has a linked lab or tutorial, details will be listed under view linked. You can add the sections individually using the add button, or add all linked sections at once using the add all button.
    3. You can either save your plan using the save plan button on the bottom of the screen, or select search again to repeat for another course. (Note: You can create up to 6 mock schedules per semester.)
    4. Double-check for any restrictions and prerequisite requirements before finalizing your mock schedule. This avoids encountering scheduling conflicts when you attempt to register into your chosen courses.
    5. Once your registration window opens, you can register into all courses listed in your mock schedule by selecting the plans tab at the top of the registration screen, then select add all.
  • I am being asked for a PIN when trying to access self-service options in MyCampus. What should I do?

    Some users are currently experiencing login issues through Google Chrome while trying to access self-service options. If you experience this issue, please login to your MyCampus portal through another supported browser such as FireFox, Safari, etc.

    If you have lost access to your MyCampus account, please call IT Services at 905.721.3333 to reset your password.

  • What will learning look like in the fall semester? When will we be returning to campus?

    Important announcements regarding our return-to-campus plan, what to expect on campus, and details on what the 2021-2022 academic year will look like will be posted on our Ready for You website. We recommend checking the site often, as updates are posted on a regular basis.

     

  • What are my learning options if I’m an International student and am unable to enter Canada, or cannot attend on-campus classes due to medical reasons?

    Ontario Tech is returning to blended instruction where a majority of classes will be in-person, while respecting current public health requirements. While some classes will be offered online, not all courses will have both in-person and online offerings.

    Students who are not able to enter Canada, or who are unable to come to campus due to medical reasons should work with their academic advisors to determine the best schedule options possible. While we are committed to working with students to build a workable schedule, there may be situations where an alternative to in-person instruction is simply not available for all courses.

    If this applies to you, please contact your respective academic advisor for assistance.

  • How can I get my CPP form verified / stamped?
    You may now provide your verification of enrolment letter(s), in lieu of having your CPP form signed/stamped. Please visit the Service Canada webpage where they've provided an update to this requirement. Your verification of enrolment letters are accessible online through MyCampus, under the OT Undergraduate tab, Student records section.
  • Why is there a hold on my account?

    Do you have an outstanding balance? Financial holds are placed on student accounts to remind you that semester fees are due in full by the tenth day of classes each semester. You can check our important dates and deadlines web page for more information. To confirm your outstanding balance, follow the steps below:          

    1. Log into MyCampus.
    2. Click on self-service options (top right-hand corner).
    3. Select student information – Ontario Tech.
    4. Select paying your fees.
    5. Select account detail by term.
    6. View your net tuition balance.

    Find out acceptable methods of payment for tuition.

    If your fees have been paid in full and you still have a hold on your account, contact us to determine what type of hold you have, and how to remove it.

  • How can I request an official transcript?

    If you’re applying to another Ontario university, you must order your transcript online through the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC). If you are applying to an Ontario college, you must order your transcript through the Ontario Colleges’ Application Centre (OCAS).

    Transcript requests are made through your MyCampus portal, under helpful links > student records > request printed/official transcript. For institutions or organizations that are willing to accept electronic transcripts, you may request one be sent to them directly by email. The electronic transcript will be sent within 2 to 3 working days. Please include the organization name and general email address in the address fields. Note: Electronic transcripts will not be issued directly to students.

    The Office of the Registrar has limited access to print transcripts at this time. If you request a transcript to be mailed to yourself, it will be sent within seven working days. Please ensure to include your full mailing address, as picking up your transcript from our office is currently not an option.

  • Where can I access services and support specifically for International students?

    Various services and supports for International students, activities and partners are available through different offices of the university. Visit the University's international website or email iss@ontariotechu.ca for more information.

  • Are there any counselling or community support services available for students?

    Ontario Tech provides support and assistance for students using a Stepped Care model. Learn more about our Stepped Care model.

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Important changes to Campus ID Services

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