Application forms 

The equal consideration deadline for Winter 2022 applications will be December 8, 2021

Please ensure that the student's legal name is provided on the online application and their name is spelled correctly. Students with incorrect names will have to fill out paperwork and provide government identification to the college to have their records changed.

    Acceptance lists will be sent to board contacts and acceptance emails will be sent to students. 

    IEP: Accommodation Letter Process at St. Lawrence College - pdf document

    Ministry Codes


    Students are provided with bus tickets and must register their vehicle (license plate number and car make are needed) with us for parking. This is discussed at orientation. A student can register up to two vehicles. If a student does not register their vehicle or gives us incorrect information and receives a ticket, the student will have to pay for the ticket. Students can go to the Dual Credit office at their campus to receive more bus tickets or register their vehicle if they missed orientation. Students living outside city limits can apply for mileage to be covered by the program (this completed on a case-by-case basis). Dual Credit teachers must input the transportation request at the beginning of each semester for it to be processed by the Dual Credit office. The fall semester transportation deadline is the last business day in October and the winter semester deadline is the last business day in February. 


    The St. Lawrence College Dual Credit Facilitator Jennifer Halligan ( must be notified via email by the Dual Credit teacher if a student drops. Please indicate the student's first and last name and the course they are withdrawing from. All drops must be completed before the end of the semester. If a withdrawal is not submitted before the end of the semester, an "F" can be placed on the student's college transcript.

    Mark Templates – PDF

    Dual Credit Primary Target Groups

    • Disengaged and underachieving with the ability to succeed (pdf document)
    • Students under 21 working towards their OSSD
    • Indigenous
    • Crown Ward
    • First Generation
    • Non-Graduates

    Adult Dual Credit (ADC) Primary Target Groups

    • Disengaged and underachieving with the ability to succeed (pdf document)
    • 21 and over in age
    • Non-graduates working towards their OSSD
    • On a college pathway (OCAS & OUAC applications will be funded)
    • Willing to participate in activities associated with pathway planning outside of their dual credit course

    OYAP Level 1 Participant Suitability & Selection

    • Students must be in Grade 11, Grade 12, or 12+
    • Have previously had a successful experience in an apprenticeship trade (placement, work experience, etc.)
    • Student has completed or is on track to complete a related Grade 12 technological education courses or other courses relevant to an apprenticeship
    • Student must have a Registered Training Agreement with the Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development
      **When you submit an application for an OYAP student, please ensure that the OYAP Coordinator for your board is aware of the student's application**

    *For Dual Credits students in the disengaged and underachieving target group, under 21 and non-graduates will be considered first.