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									Lakehead University                                         AOR Outdoor Recreation – Honours BOR/BEd
                                                                Intermediate/Senior (five‑year double degree)
                                                            ARP Arts – BA/BEd Primary/Junior (four‑year
                                                                double degree) sH Anthropology; English;
s     Specify subject of major interest on the                  French; General; Geography; History;
      application.                                              Indigenous Learning; Mathematics; Philosophy;
n     Indicates that program is also available by               Psychology :; Sociology; Undecided; Visual
      co‑operative education. Specify on application,           Arts; Women’s Studies
      if applicable.                                        ARJ Arts – BA/BEd Junior/Intermediate (four‑year
l     Contact the university to request a                       double degree) s Anthropology; English;
      Supplementary Application Package.                        French; General; Geography; History; Indigenous
H     College Transfer program available.                       Learning; Mathematics; Philosophy; Political
:     Offered as a four‑year BA or a five‑year double           Science; Psychology :; Sociology; Undecided;
      degree.                                                   Visual Arts; Women’s Studies
t     Offered as a four‑year BSc or a five‑year double      ARI Arts – BA/BEd Intermediate/Senior (four‑year
      degree.                                                   double degree) s Anthropology; English;
                                                                French; General; Geography; History; Indigenous
Faculty of Business Administration                              Learning; Mathematics; Psychology : ;
AC     Business Commerce – Honours BComm                        Undecided
       (four years)                                         ART Visual Arts – Honours BFA/BEd Intermediate/
Note: The first two years of the Honours Bachelor of            Senior (five‑year double degree)
Commerce (four years) are common. After the second          AKP Kinesiology – Honours BK/BEd Primary/Junior
year of the Honours Bachelor of Commerce program,               (five‑year double degree)
students must choose to complete the program in             AKJ Kinesiology – Honours BK/BEd Junior/
one year with a Business Administration degree or               Intermediate (five‑year double degree)
continue for two years in order to receive the Honours      AKI Kinesiology – Honours BK/BEd Intermediate/
Bachelor of Commerce degree. Students choosing                  Senior (five‑year double degree)
the Honours Bachelor of Commerce degree will be             ASP Science – Honours BSc/BEd Primary/Junior
required to choose from the following majors in third           (five‑year double degree) s Anthropology;
year: Accounting n; Business Economics; Business                Chemistry; Geography; Geology with a
Finance n; Human Resources Management & Industrial              concentration in Physics; Mathematics; Physics;
Relations n; International Business; Information                Undecided
Systems n; Management; and Marketing n. Please              ASJ Science – Honours BSc/BEd Junior/Intermediate
note that co‑op options do not start until year three of        (five‑year double degree) s Anthropology;
the degree program.                                             Chemistry; Geography; Geology with a
                                                                concentration in Physics; Mathematics; Physics;
Faculty of Education                                            Undecided
Note: No supplementary information required.                ASI Science – Honours BSc/BEd Intermediate/Senior
AWP Arts – Honours BA/BEd Primary/Junior (five‑year             (five‑year double degree) s Anthropology;
      double degree) s Anthropology; English;                   Biology; Biology & Chemistry; Chemistry;
      French; Geography; History; Indigenous                    Computer Science; Geography; Geology;
      Learning; Mathematics; Music; Philosophy;                 Geology with a concentration in Physics;
      Psychology; Sociology; Undecided; Women’s                 Mathematics; Physics; Psychology; Undecided
      Studies                                               APT Science – BSc/BEd Primary/Junior (four‑year
AWJ Arts – Honours BA/BEd Junior/Intermediate                   double degree) s Anthropology; Earth
      (five‑year double degree) s Anthropology;                 Sciences; General; Geography; Mathematics;
      English; French; Geography; History; Indigenous           Natural Science; Physics; Undecided
      Learning; Mathematics; Music; Philosophy;             ATJ Science – BSc/BEd Junior/Intermediate (four‑year
      Political Science; Psychology; Sociology;                 double degree) s Anthropology; Earth
      Undecided; Women’s Studies                                Sciences; General; Geography; Mathematics;
AWI Arts – Honours BA/BEd Intermediate/Senior                   Natural Science; Physics; Undecided
      (five‑year double degree) s Anthropology;             ATI Science – BSc/BEd Intermediate/Senior (four‑year
      English; English & French; French; Geography;             double degree) s Computer Science; Earth
      History; History & English; Indigenous Learning;          Sciences; General; Geography; Mathematics;
      Mathematics; Music; Psychology; Undecided                 Physics; Psychology t; Undecided
AOP Outdoor Recreation – Honours BOR/BEd                    AWM Aboriginal Education – Honours BEd Primary/
      Primary/Junior (five‑year double degree)                  Junior
AOJ Outdoor Recreation – Honours BOR/BEd Junior/            AWN Native Education – BA/BEd Primary/Junior
      Intermediate (five‑year double degree)                    (four‑year double degree) s General;
                                                                Indigenous Learning

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AWO Native Education – BA/BEd Junior/Intermediate                  a major concentration in Indigenous Learning
    (four‑year double degree) s General;                    ABB    Social Work – Honours BSW (year three)
    Indigenous Learning                                            (Thunder Bay Campus) H
AWC Native Education – BA/BEd Intermediate/                 AAG    Gerontology – BA or HBA (three years or four
    Senior (four‑year double degree) s General;                    years with Psychology or Women’s Studies) s;
    Indigenous Learning                                            Bachelor of Arts Honours – Gerontology;
AWB Native Education – BSc (General)/BEd Primary/                  Bachelor of Arts Honours – Gerontology
    Junior (four‑year double degree)                               & Psychology; Bachelor of Arts Honours –
AWA Native Education – BSc (General)/BEd Junior/                   Gerontology with major concentration in
    Intermediate (four‑year double degree)                         Women’s Studies
AWD Native Education – BSc (General)/BEd                    APP    Psychology – Honours BA (four years) s;
    Intermediate/Senior (four‑year double degree)                  Psychology; Specialized Honours in Psychology;
AWW Women’s Studies – Honours BA/BEd Primary/                      Psychology with a major concentration in
    Junior (five‑year double degree)                               Women’s Studies; Specialized Honours in
AWQ Women’s Studies – Honours BA/BEd Junior/                       Psychology
    Intermediate (five‑year double degree)                  APC    Psychology – BA (three years)
AJA Environmental Studies – Honours BES/BEd                 APD    Psychology – Honours BSc (four years) s
    Intermediate/Senior (five‑year double degree)                  Psychology; Specialized Honours in Psychology
    Geography                                               APE    Psychology – BSc (three years)
AJB Environmental Science – Honours BESc/BEd
    Intermediate/Senior (five‑year double degree)           Faculty of Sciences and Environmental Studies
    Biology                                                 Note: Some of our Science programs are offered by the
AJC Environmental Science – Honours BESc/BEd                Faculty of Social Science and Humanities. Please see the
    Intermediate/Senior (five‑year double degree)           listing for the Faculty of Social Science and Humanities
    Geography                                               for additional Science programs that may not be listed
                                                            here.
Faculty of Engineering                                      Note: All concurrent education programs are listed
AK    Common Year of Applied Science (one‑year              under the Faculty of Education.
      upgrading program)                                    AQE Arts – Honours BA (four years) s Anthropology;
AX    Engineering ‑ BEng (four years for Grade 12                   Geography; Mathematics; Northern Studies
      applicants) snH Chemical; Civil; Electrical;          AZ      Science – Honours BSc (four years) s
      Mechanical; Software                                          Anthropology; Applied Biomolecular Science;
      (Please note that co‑op options do not start                  Bioinformatics; Biology; Biology & Chemistry;
      until year three of the degree program)                       Chemistry; Computer Science; Computer Science
                                                                    (Business, Hardware or Science Option n;
Faculty of Natural Resources Management                             Geoarchaeology; Geography; Geography
AFE Environmental Management– Honours BEM                           with Geology minor; Geology; Geology with
      (four years/five years with co‑op) n H                        major concentration in Physics; Mathematics;
AF    Forestry – Honours BScF (four years/five years                Northern Studies; Physics n; Physics with
      with co‑op)                                                   major concentration in Applied Biomolecular
                                                                    Science; Resource & Environmental Economics;
Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences                          Undecided; Water Resource Science
Note: The recommended deadline for our Nursing              AS      Science – BSc (three years) s Anthropology;
programs is February 4, 2013. Late applicants will                  Biology; Computer Science; Earth Sciences;
be considered on an individual basis. Please contact                General; Geoarchaeology; Geography;
the Office of Admissions & Recruitment for more                     Mathematics; Mathematics/Physics; Natural
information.                                                        Science H; Physics; Undecided
Note: All concurrent education programs are listed          AGG Environmental Studies – Honours BES (four
under the Faculty of Education.                                     years) Environmental Studies & Geography
AP    Kinesiology – Honours BK (four years) n               AGA Environmental Science – Honours BESc (four
ANC Nursing – BScN (three years) ‑ Compressed                       years) s Environmental Studies & Biology;
      Program                                                       Environmental Studies & Earth Science;
AN    Nursing – BScN (four years) Offered in                        Environmental Studies & Geography
      collaboration with Confederation College              AWR Water Resource Science – Honours BSc (four
      (Applicants apply only to Lakehead University.)               years) s Applied Stream Articulated with
AB    Social Work – Honours BSW (four years) sH                     Confederation College
      Social Work; Social Work with a major
      concentration in Gerontology; Social Work with        Faculty of Social Science and Humanities
                                                            Note: Some of Lakehead’s Arts programs are offered


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by the Faculty of Science and Environmental Studies.         College Transfer Programs
Please see the listing for the Faculty of Science and        ACT Business Administration – BAdmin (one year) H
Environmental Studies for additional Arts programs                 General Management (with completion of
that may not be listed here.                                       a three‑year community college accredited
Note: The recommended deadline for our Music and                   Business Administration diploma)
Visual Arts programs is March 1, 2013. Late applicants       AHT Business Commerce – Honours BComm
will be considered on an individual basis. Please contact          (two years) sH Accounting n; Business
the Office of Admissions & Recruitment for more                    Economics; Business Finance n; Human
information.                                                       Resources Management/Industrial Relations n;
Note: All concurrent education programs are listed                 Information Systems n; International Business;
under the Faculty of Education.                                    Management; Marketing n (with completion
AQ     Arts – Honours BA (four years) s Economics;                 of a three‑year community college accredited
       Economics & Political Science; English; English &           Business Administration diploma)
       French; English & History; English & Philosophy;      AXE Engineering – BEng (two years) sH Chemical;
       English with a major concentration in Women’s               Civil; Electrical; Mechanical; Software (with
       Studies; French; History; History & Philosophy;             completion of an accredited Technology
       History & Political Science; History with a major           diploma)
       concentration in Women’s Studies; Indigenous          ANT Natural Science – BSc (two years) H (with
       Learning; Indigenous Learning & Philosophy;                 completion of an accredited Forestry/Forest
       Indigenous Learning with a major concentration              Technician/Forest/Wildlife diploma)
       in Women’s Studies; French & Philosophy;              ABT Social Work – Honours BSW H (into year two
       Music; Northern Studies; Philosophy;                        of four‑year program) (with completion of
       Philosophy & Political Science; Philosophy &                either Child & Youth Worker; Community
       Psychology; Political Science H; Political Science          Gerontology; Development Services Worker or
       Pre‑Law; Sociology H; Sociology with major                  Social Service Workers Diploma)
       concentration in Gerontology; Sociology with          AMT Environmental Management – Honours BEM
       a major concentration in Women’s Studies;                   (two years) (completion of an accredited
       Undecided; Women’s Studies                                  Forest Technician/Natural Resources Technician
AQM Music – Honours BMus (four years)                              diploma)
       Please note that an audition and theory               AJT   Forestry – Honours BScF (two years) H (with
       entrance test are required to be considered for             completion of an accredited Forest Technician/
       admission.                                                  Natural Resources Technician diploma)
AQV Visual Arts – Honours BFA (four years) Please
       note that submission of a portfolio is required       Articulation Agreements with Algonquin College
       to be considered for admission.                       ASH Applied Bio‑Molecular Science – Honours BSc H
AA     Arts BA (three years) s Anthropology;                       (into year three of a four‑year program)
       Economics; Economics/Political Science;                     Applied Bio‑Molecular Science (after completion
       Economics/Mathematics; English; French;                     of the Biotechnology Technologist Advanced
       General; Geography; History; Indigenous                     diploma)
       Learning; Mathematics; Mathematics &
       Economics; Philosophy; Political Science H;           Articulation Agreements
       Political Science Pre‑Law H; Psychology &             with Confederation College
       Philosophy; Sociology H; Undecided; Visual Arts;      ASC Science – Honours BSc (into year two of
       Women’s Studies                                             four‑year program) sH Water Resource Science
AY     Outdoor Recreation – Honours BOR (four                      (with completion of Environmental Technician
       years) H                                                    diploma)
AV     Outdoor Recreation – Honours BOR/BA                   ABT Social Work – Honours BSWH (into year two
       Geography (four‑year double degree) H                       of four‑year program) (with completion of
ARH Outdoor Recreation – Honours BOR/BA History                    either Child & Youth Worker; Community
       (four‑year double degree) H                                 Gerontology; Development Services Worker or
AVV Outdoor Recreation – Honours BOR/HBA                           Social Service Workers diploma)
       Women’s Studies (five‑year double degree) H           APS Political Science – Honours BA (into year two of
ASA Outdoor Recreation – Honours BOR/BSc Natural                   four‑year program) sH (with completion of the
       Science (four‑year double degree) H                         Aboriginal Law & Advocacy diploma)
                                                             APF Arts – BA (into year two of three‑year
Programs Requiring Postsecondary Studies                           program) sH Political Science; Sociology
ABW Social Work – Honours BSW (one‑year                            (with completion of the Law & Security
      program) – A degree is required. (Thunder Bay                Administration or Police Foundations Training
      campus) l                                                    diploma)


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ACB Outdoor Recreation – Honours BOR n H                    Campus Tours
    (into year two of four‑year program) (with              Lakehead University’s Thunder Bay campus is situated
    completion of the Recreation & Leisure Service          at the head of Lake Superior. The campus features a
    diploma)                                                beautiful, natural environment including the McIntyre
ACG Outdoor Recreation – Honours BOR/BA                     River and Lake Tamblyn. Interested students can learn
    Geography (four‑year double degree) n H                 about Lakehead’s extensive programs; see the teaching
    (into year two of four‑year program) (with              facilities, labs, libraries, residences, computer labs and
    completion of the Recreation & Leisure Service          athletic facilities; and talk with current students and
    diploma)                                                faculty members about the program in which they are
ACH Outdoor Recreation – Honours BOR/BA History             interested. Tours are available Monday to Friday from
    (four‑year double degree) n H (into year two            8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. To arrange for a personalized
    of four‑year program) (with completion of the           campus tour, register online at www.mylakehead.ca or
    Recreation & Leisure Service diploma)                   contact Julie Follis at 807‑343‑8133.
ACW Outdoor Recreation – Honours BOR/BA Women’s
    Studies (four‑year double degree) n H                   Scholarships/Bursaries
    (into year two of four‑year program) (with              Students entering Lakehead University from a
    completion of the Recreation & Leisure Service          community college, another university or entering as a
    diploma)                                                mature/adult student with no previous postsecondary
ACS Outdoor Recreation – Honours BOR/BSc                    education, should contact the Office of Student Awards
    Natural Science (four‑year double degree) n H           and Financial Aid by telephone at 807‑343‑8206, by
    (into year two of four‑year program) (with              email at financial.aid@lakeheadu.ca or by visiting:
    completion of the Recreation & Leisure Service          http://financialaid.lakeheadu.ca.
    diploma)
AEC Arts – BA/BEd Primary/Junior sH (into year two          Student Accessibility Services
    of four‑year program) Psychology; Sociology             Student Accessibility Services coordinates services and
    (with completion of the Early Childhood                 facilitates academic accommodations for students with
    Education diploma)                                      disabilities. Academic accommodations are provided
                                                            on the basis of documentation of a disability. All
Profile                                                     students must meet the essential learning outcomes
Established in 1965, Lakehead University is a               for a course or program of study. Students with
small, student‑centred, comprehensive university.           special needs due to a disability are encouraged
Technologically advanced, sensitive to student needs        to contact Student Accessibility Services as soon
and located in a superior natural environment,              as possible to arrange for any necessary academic
Lakehead    University  provides    an    exceptional,      and/or physical accommodations. Detailed information
value‑added education.                                      about accessibility services are outlined online at:
                                                            http://learningassistance.lakeheadu.ca.
Lakehead University’s Thunder Bay campus is located
on a 117.5‑hectare site. Lakehead University has            Student Success Centre
ten faculties: Business Administration; Education;          The Student Success Centre (SSC) is committed to
Engineering; Natural Resources Management; Graduate         helping Lakehead students throughout their university
Studies; Northern Ontario School of Medicine; Health        career. The staff at the SSC are focused on enhancing
and Behavioural Sciences; Science and Environmental         students’ self‑confidence, contributing to academic
Studies; Social Sciences and Humanities; and Law. The       success and helping students achieve their goals to
teaching faculty includes 287 full‑time members at          develop life‑long plans. Services include:
the Thunder Bay campus. The university library, which
is the largest library in northwestern Ontario, consists    •	   Academic advising
of the Chancellor Norman M. Paterson Library and the        •	   Academic support
Education Library.                                          •	   Career exploration
                                                            •	   Co‑operative education opportunities
For a comprehensive overview of the exciting learning       •	   Job preparation
opportunities available at Lakehead University, please      •	   Leadership development
visit our website at: www.lakeheadu.ca.                     •	   Orientation and first‑year experience
                                                            •	   Tutoring services
Enrollment
Full‑time students: 6,056                                   Email:         ssc@lakeheadu.ca
Part‑time students: 1,486                                   Website:       http://ssc.lakeheadu.ca
Graduate students (full‑ and part‑time): 699                Telephone:     807‑343‑8264 or 807‑343‑8018




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Mature Students                                              under the heading of “College Transfer Programs”.
Applicants who do not meet the general admission             College diploma graduates applying for a degree
requirements may be considered for admission as mature       transfer program are encouraged to submit their
students provided that they meet the following criteria:     application no later than March 4, 2013, for admission
1. Are Canadian citizens or permanent residents.             consideration for September 2013 entry.
2. Have not been engaged in full‑time studies for a
    minimum of two years.                                    Postsecondary Transfer Credits
3. Have attempted less than one year of full‑time            Applicants who have previously attended a
    academic studies at an accredited community college.     postsecondary institution and are requesting transfer
4. Have never attended a university.                         credits must submit official course descriptions to the
5. Successfully meet the minimum program‑specific            Office of Admissions & Recruitment at the time of
    prerequisites at the 4U/M level, or equivalent.          application. Transfer credits will be determined on
6. Can be considered by the Admissions Committee to          an individual basis upon admission and will depend
    hold promise of academic success.                        on the type of program in which the applicant is
                                                             enrolled, as well as academic performance. For more
Visit our website at http://admissions.lakeheadu.ca for      information regarding transfer credit, please visit:
more information.                                            http://admissions.lakeheadu.ca.

Residence Accommodations                                     Language Requirements
Lakehead University residence has accommodations for         Applicants whose native language is not English and
1,165 students. Eight building structures comprise the       who have not studied in an English‑language school
residence: Prettie Residence, Bartley Residence, Halliday    system for more than three full years will be required
Hall Residence, three “phases” of townhouses and two         to provide proof of English language proficiency by
apartment buildings. The townhouses and apartments           achieving appropriate standing on one of the following
are reserved for upper‑year students. Residence              tests:
accommodation in Prettie, Bartley or Halliday Hall
Residences requires the purchase of a meal plan that                   Proficiency in English Language
operates seven days a week and provides three meals
a day. The meal plan is optional for townhouse and            For all regular undergraduate programs (except
apartment residents.                                          Nursing and the one‑year Bachelor of Education
                                                              Programs)
For residence application information visit our website at               Test                   Minimum Score
http://residence.lakeheadu.ca; telephone 807‑343‑8097
or 807‑343‑8060; or email us at resaccnt@lakeheadu.ca.        TOEFL - Test of English     550 (no component score
                                                              as a Foreign Language       less than 50)
Access Programs                                               (paper‑based)
Committed to promoting opportunities through                  TOEFL (computer‑based)      213 (no component score
education for Ontario’s and Canada’s Native people,                                       less than 17)
Lakehead University offers a wide range of programs           TOEFL (internet‑based)      80 (no component score
designed to encourage Native Canadians to pursue a                                        less than 19)
university education in an academically, socially and
                                                              IELTS - International       6.5 (no individual score
culturally supportive environment. These preparatory
                                                              English Language Testing    less than 6.0)
certificate, diploma and degree programs are a
                                                              System
unique blend of courses that assist Native students
in maintaining their heritage while furthering their          MELAB - Michigan            85
education. The programs offered are: Native Nurses            English Language
Entry Program, Native Access Program, Native Teacher          Assessment Battery
Education Program, Native Language Instructors’               CAEL - Canadian             60
Program, Honours Bachelor of Education (Aboriginal),          Academic English
Bachelor of Arts (Indigenous Learning) and Honours            Language Assessment
Bachelor of Social Work with a major concentration in
Indigenous Learning.

College Transfers
Lakehead University offers a number of college transfer
programs that allow qualified students to complete
a degree program in considerably less time. Students
interested in applying to a transfer program should use
the application codes and program information listed


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          Proficiency in English Language                     Deadlines for Application

For Nursing and the one‑year Bachelor of Education            One‑year Honours
Programs                                                      Bachelor of Social Work...........................January 4, 2013
                                                              International students
            Test                  Minimum Score               from outside North America.........................April 5, 2013
TOEFL - Test of English       103
as a Foreign Language         Minimum individual              Distance Education and Online Learning
(internet‑based)              scores: Writing 28,             No matter where applicants live in the world, they can
                              Speaking 28, Reading 24,        pursue their educational goals when and where it’s
                              Listening 23                    most convenient for them. From a single course to a
                                                              seminar or an entire program, online or on‑campus,
IELTS - International         7                               Lakehead has the solution. For more information,
English Language Testing      Minimum Individual              contact the Office of Continuing Education and
System                        Scores: Writing 7,              Distributed Learning at 807‑346‑7730 or email:
                              Speaking 7, Reading 6.5,        cedl@lakeheadu.ca.
                              Listening 6.5
                                                              Further Information
Lakehead University’s Institution Code for TOEFL scores       Office of Admissions & Recruitment
is 0888.                                                      Lakehead University
                                                              955 Oliver Road
Please be advised that some academic units may                Thunder Bay ON P7B 5E1
require a higher score and that meeting the minimum
requirements does not guarantee admission to                  Telephone:       807‑343‑8500
Lakehead University.                                          Toll‑free:       1‑800‑465‑3959
                                                              Toll‑free        1‑866‑583‑2043 (from within Canada)
For international students who meet Lakehead                  Email:           admissions@lakeheadu.ca
University’s admission requirements, but whose English        Website:         www.lakeheadu.ca
Language Proficiency test scores fall below the required
cut‑offs, students may be considered for admission
through the Lakehead English Language Program
(ELP). Based on the results of an English language            Lakehead University –
test that students will be given when they arrive at          Orillia Campus
Lakehead University, students will be admitted to one
of the five ELP levels. If test results indicate that the
                                                              s       Specify subject of major interest on the
students’ proficiency level is high enough that they
                                                                      application.
do not need to complete the ELP, they will continue
                                                              n       Indicates that program is also available by
directly into their degree program.
                                                                      co‑operative education. Specify on application,
                                                                      if applicable.
Co‑op Education
Lakehead University offers students the opportunity to
                                                              AAS Arts & Science – Honours BASc (four years) s
include a co‑op experience with their degree program.
                                                                  Anthropology; Criminology; English;
Programs that offer co‑op options are indicated with a
                                                                  Environmental Sustainability; Geography;
square symbol (n). Students must apply to the academic
                                                                  Interdisciplinary Studies; Media Studies
unit that sponsors the particular degree program and
                                                              AOA Concurrent Education/Arts & Science – Honours
selection is based primarily upon academic credentials;
                                                                  BASc/BEd Primary/Junior (five‑year double
however, consideration is given to relevant background
                                                                  degree)
information that demonstrates the applicant’s aptitude
                                                              AOS Concurrent Education/Arts & Science – BASc/
for co‑op education. Note that some co‑op programs
                                                                  BEd Primary/Junior (four‑year double degree) s
begin in year one, while others begin in year two or
                                                                  Interdisciplinary Studies
three.
                                                              AOD Business Administration – BAdmin (one
                                                                  year) sH General Management (completion
Postsecondary Supplementary Fee
                                                                  of a three‑year community college accredited
All applicants who have attended a postsecondary
                                                                  Business Administration diploma is required)
institution (college, university or CEGEP) will be
                                                              ACO Business Commerce – Honours BComm (four
required to pay a $55 supplemental fee. This
                                                                  years)
non‑refundable fee is to be paid directly to the OUAC
                                                              AOW Social Work – Honours BSW (one‑year program)
along with the application fee.
                                                                  (a degree is required)



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ABO   Social Work – Honours BSW (for applicants                  minimum of two years.
      applying to year three)                                 3. Have attempted less than one year of full‑time
ASW   Social Work – Honours BSW (four years)                     academic studies at an accredited community college.
AAC   Criminology – Honours BASc (Criminology) (into          4. Have never attended a university.
      year two of four‑year program)                          5. Successfully meet the minimum program‑specific
                                                                 prerequisites at the 4U/M level, or equivalent.
Profile                                                       6. Can be considered by the Admissions Committee to
Lakehead University – Orillia Campus opened phase                hold promise of academic success.
one of its permanent facility in September 2010. The
new campus is entirely designed and built to LEED®            Visit our website at http://admissions.lakeheadu.ca for
(Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design)               more information.
standards.
                                                              College Transfers
The Orillia Campus     features a number of dynamic           Lakehead University offers a number of college transfer
programs designed       to offer students the chance          programs that allow qualified students to complete
to explore areas in    the Arts and Sciences, Business,       a degree program in considerably less time. Students
Education and in the   field of Social Work.                  interested in applying to a transfer program should use
                                                              the application codes and program information listed
Combining the same quality education that has                 under the heading of “College Transfer Programs”.
become synonymous with the Thunder Bay campus,                College diploma graduates applying for a degree
the Lakehead University – Orillia Campus features             transfer program are encouraged to submit their
advanced, state‑of‑the‑art learning environments and          application no later than March 4, 2013, for admission
a student life experience that takes advantage of the         consideration for September 2013 entry.
lifestyle opportunities that are unique to the city of
Orillia and its surrounding region.                           Postsecondary Transfer Credits
                                                              Applicants who have previously attended a
Residence Accommodation                                       postsecondary institution and are requesting transfer
Lakehead University – Orillia Campus opened its brand         credits must submit official course descriptions to the
new, 271‑bed residence complex in September 2011. The         Office of Admissions & Recruitment at the time of
new Orillia residence is a smoke‑free, dormitory‑style        application. Transfer credits will be determined on
residence hall that features a unique, modern design          an individual basis upon admission and will depend
where each student has his/her own single room                on the type of program in which the applicant is
and shares a bathroom with only one other person.             enrolled, as well as academic performance. For more
Each floor houses 40 single rooms, a laundry facility,        information regarding transfer credit, please visit:
kitchenette and quiet room. With a full meal plan             http://admissions.lakeheadu.ca.
included in the accommodation package, residence hall
students can enjoy extra study and activity time while        Language Requirements
not worrying about meal preparation and clean‑up.             Applicants whose native language is not English and
                                                              who have not studied in an English‑language school
Enrollment                                                    system for more than three full years will be required
Full‑time students: 986                                       to provide proof of English language proficiency by
Part‑time students: 153                                       achieving appropriate standing on one of the following
                                                              tests:
Scholarships/Bursaries
Students entering Lakehead University from a                            Proficiency in English Language
community college, another university or entering as a
mature/adult student with no previous postsecondary            For all regular undergraduate programs (except
education, should contact the Office of Student Awards         Nursing and the one‑year Bachelor of Education
and Financial Aid by telephone at 807‑343‑8206, by             Programs)
email at financial.aid@lakeheadu.ca or by visiting:                       Test                   Minimum Score
http://financialaid.lakeheadu.ca.
                                                               TOEFL - Test of English     550 (no component score
Mature Students                                                as a Foreign Language       less than 50)
Applicants who do not meet the general admission               (paper‑based)
requirements may be considered for admission as                TOEFL (computer‑based)      213 (no component score
mature students provided that they meet the following                                      less than 17)
criteria:                                                      TOEFL (internet‑based)      80 (no component score
1. Are Canadian citizens or permanent residents.                                           less than 19)
2. Have not been engaged in full‑time studies for a


                          Source: 105 Instruction Booklet 2013 / 2013 Livret de directives 105
 IELTS - International         6.5 (no individual score        Further Information
 English Language Testing      less than 6.0)                  Lakehead University – Orillia campus
 System                                                        500 University Avenue
                                                               Orillia ON L3V 0B9
 MELAB - Michigan              85
 English Language                                              Telephone:     705‑330‑4008, extension 2100
 Assessment Battery                                            Fax:           705‑329‑4035
 CAEL - Canadian               60                              Email:         orillia@lakeheadu.ca
 Academic English                                              Website:       http://orillia.lakeheadu.ca
 Language Assessment


          Proficiency in English Language
 For Nursing and the one‑year Bachelor of Education
 Programs

            Test                    Minimum Score
 TOEFL - Test of English       103
 as a Foreign Language         Minimum individual
 (internet‑based)              scores: Writing 28,
                               Speaking 28, Reading 24,
                               Listening 23
 IELTS - International         7
 English Language Testing      Minimum Individual
 System                        Scores: Writing 7,
                               Speaking 7, Reading 6.5,
                               Listening 6.5

Lakehead University’s Institution Code for TOEFL scores
is 0888.

Please be advised that some academic units may
require a higher score and that meeting the minimum
requirements does not guarantee admission to
Lakehead University.

Student Affairs
Lakehead University – Orillia Campus offers
comprehensive student services, including academic
advising, accessibility services for students with
disabilities, career and co‑operative education advising,
and personal counselling. For complete details visit
http://orillia.lakeheadu.ca/student‑affairs/   or     call
705‑330‑4008, ext. 2100.

Campus Tours
We invite prospective/interested students to visit
the Orillia Campus. The friendly staff and faculty are
here to help answer all questions and get students
on their way to achieving their academic goals. Visits
are available Monday to Friday at 10:00 a.m. and
3:00 p.m. To arrange for a personalized campus visit,
please register online at www.mylakehead.ca or
contact Student Services by telephone at 705‑330‑4008,
extension 2150.




                           Source: 105 Instruction Booklet 2013 / 2013 Livret de directives 105

								
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