St. Louis Guidance staff are here to assist students navigate through the process of applying for College, University and Skills Training programs. Counsellors are extremely knowledgeable about the numerous skills training and post-secondary certificate and degree programs across the country. They can even point you in the direction of scholarship and bursary opportunities.
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If you are interested in learning how to apply to College or University, please follow these links.
IMPORTANT: Students do not qualify for Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP), if they attend St. Louis. If you are looking for financial assistance for any of our Skills Training Programs (PSW, Hair and Culinary Arts), please contact an employment agency to see if you qualify for Second Career funding or Region of Waterloo Ontario Works Employment & Income support. NOTE: All credits earned in our courses are supported and recognized by the Ontario Ministry of Education. If you plan to pursue post-secondary education, you may investigate your eligibility for student loans, grants, scholarships and bursaries.