Research our list of programs to find the one that’s right for you.
Meet or chat with a recruiter to discuss your options.
Check that your high school courses and qualifications meet academic admission requirements for your program of interest. If not, see if you can change courses or consider upgrading through Adult Education.
Some programs require certifications, auditions, or portfolios. Check the website for requirements. Contact Admissions with any questions.
Hoping to live on campus? We have limited space, so apply early for your program and for residence to avoid disappointment.
Register for November’s Campus Tour Day to learn more about Holland College first hand.
Join us for Campus Tour Day. Meet with program staff and visit the program area. Learn more about Holland College sites and services. You can also apply for your program of choice.
Can’t make it to Campus Tour Day? Email us to arrange a private tour.
Apply now for early acceptance into select programs.
Create or update your résumé. Be sure to include any employment or extra-curricular activities related to the program you want to apply for, such as lifeguard training for paramedicine programs.
Start researching scholarships. The process is easy, so don’t miss out!
Research online to find scholarships offered by service organizations and community groups such as the Lions Club, Kiwanis Foundation, and Royal Canadian Legion.
Apply by February 28 to be considered for our first round of acceptances. You must submit a résumé with your application, and ask your school to send us a transcript.
After you have applied, continue to check your Holland College Dashboard to verify that all admission requirements have been received. We will send out acceptance letters by the end of this month.
You have until March 31 to submit your application for entrance scholarships.
Finishing high school? It can be hard to stay focused at this time of year, but you want the best marks you can get, so hang in there!
If you did’t receive an acceptance letter in March, don’t worry. We continue to accept the most qualified applicants into each program until all our seats are filled. Check the status of your application on your Holland College Dashboard to make sure we’re not still waiting for documentation from you.
You have three weeks to confirm your seat. The date and cost will be outlined in your acceptance letter and on your Dashboard. You must pay this fee on your Holland College Dashboard. The residence deposit is due at the same time.
Even if you missed the Feb. 28 application review deadline, you can still apply to be considered as seats become available.
If you have special learning requirements, or if you are worried about the academic workload, request support through our Student Support Services team.
Some of our scholarship and bursary recipients will be notified this month. Other awards are announced at high school graduations. If you receive a scholarship, bursary, or award, the money will be applied to your student account in September.
Registration opens. You must register for the courses you will be taking in the first year of your program. You will receive a Webadvisor login to use for registering for your courses. Once you have this login, you can register for your courses.
Learn more about the different ways that you can finance your education.
Government student loan applications are due mid-July. To have approval of funds by the fall, make sure you get your student loan application in now!
Check your Holland College Dashboard to confirm you have completed all of the admission requirements.
Did you register for your fall courses? Visit Web Advisor to complete your registration.
Be on the lookout for information about orientation activities.
See you in September!