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Fall 2021 program delivery

We’re prepared to begin the fall 2021 semester with a combination of fully remote, hybrid, and in-person delivery specific to each program.

For the health and safety of our students and employees, we’ll transition to increased in-person academic and service delivery when public health and government guidelines allow. We’ll also continue to provide the flexibility of virtual program delivery and student services where possible for those who prefer it.

Please use this search tool to learn whether your program will be delivered remotely or through a combination of remote and in-person learning. This page will be updated in May 2021 with course-level detail.

Experience MORE: Georgian Learning Guarantee

Before you search your program, we want to tell you about our learning guarantee for the fall 2021 semester.

At Georgian, we guarantee a learning experience of exceptional quality, where you’ll achieve your learning outcomes whether you’re studying remotely, in-person or a combination of both. We’ll support you every step of the way, whether you need career advice, tutoring, personal and academic counselling, technical help, financial assistance, and so much more.

We want you to succeed. Rest assured we’ve got your back, so much so, if you choose to withdraw from your program*, we’ll apply your tuition fees to the first semester when you return in January 2022, May 2022 or September 2022. You choose the program. All you have to do is reapply and be accepted. For returning students, the same applies. We’ll apply your tuition fees for your next semester when you return in 2022. That’s our Georgian Learning Guarantee.

Eligibility – Registered fall full-time and part-time credit students in Georgian only programs; where program is available; tuition fees only; student is responsible for ancillary fees. Ontario Learn and all partner programs, such as but not limited to, Lakehead-Georgian and collaborative nursing are ineligible. Georgian students on co-op, placements or clinical placements during fall semester are also ineligible.

Students must pay their fees in full before they’re eligible to apply. The Georgian Learning Guarantee can only be accessed once in an academic year (e.g. fall 2021, winter 2022 or summer 2022).

*Deadlines to access the Georgian Learning Guarantee will be communicated closer to the start of the semester.

How to use the search tool

The program search tool outlines all Georgian programs for fall 2021.

*Lakehead-Georgian programs are not included in this search tool. More information to come soon.

Instructions:

Step 1

Find your program.
Use the search box to filter results and easily find your program. Search by program code or program name and locate your program.

Step 2

Identify your campus location.
Some programs are being offered across multiple campuses. Look for your campus in the “Location” column.

Step 3

Identify your year of study.
In the “Year” column, look for the year of your program you will be in during the fall 2021 semester.

Step 4

Identify your semester.
In the “Semester” column, look for the semester of your program you will be in during the fall 2021 semester.

Step 5

Check the delivery of your program.
The “Delivery” column will indicate whether your program will be delivered remotely, include an in-person component or if it is suspended. Refer to the What’s Next? section for more information.

Step 6

Obtain course-specific information.
Check this page in May for more details on in-person requirements for your individual courses.

In the “Course code” column, look for specific courses of your program for the fall 2021 semester. The “Start date” and “End date” columns, as well as the “In-person course hours per week” column, outline how many hours you may expect to be on campus and when (if available).

Please note, you will only see course details for programs that include an in-person component. If your program indicated remote delivery, no course information will be listed.

Originally posted April 15

As always, we’re making the best decisions we can with the information and guidance available from public health authorities and the government. The information provided in the chart below is subject to change.

Once you find out whether your program will be delivered remotely, include an in-person component or if it is suspended, refer to the What’s Next? section for more information on what this means and what to do next.

Note: This tool is best accessed on a desktop. If using a mobile device, scroll to the right within the chart to view information in the adjacent columns.

Work integrated learning

Fall co-op work terms, and clinical and field placements

If you’re eligible and able to complete your work term, clinical placement or field placement this fall, you may proceed to do so as long as the workplace is permitted to be open by government and public health authorities.

Some program-specific modifications have been made to the way students achieve their work term, field, or clinical placement credit at this time. To find information about your program’s fall co-op, clinical placement, internship or field placement, please choose your program area button below to visit the department’s webpage or email staff for more information.

If you’re unsure who supports your program’s work integrated learning experience, please contact your program co-ordinator or your student advisor.

What’s next?

Remote learning

If your program indicated remote delivery:

Hybrid (combined) learning

If your program indicated an in-person component:

Suspended

If your program indicated it has been suspended:

Unfortunately, we’ve had to suspend some programs for fall 2021.

If your program has been suspended for fall 2021, you’ll receive an email from the Registrar’s Office describing your options. Please check the email you used in your application to Georgian.

Afford MORE: COVID-19 Hardship Bursary

Georgian has developed a $1-million COVID-19 hardship bursary to help ease the financial burden our students are experiencing as a result of the pandemic. This bursary will be open to eligible domestic and international students who are enrolled in a regular, full-time postsecondary program for the fall semester and demonstrate an urgent financial need.

The fund is designed to help provide immediate short-term relief, and can assist students who have been faced with additional costs or have been impacted financially by the pandemic. The hardship bursary is not intended as a source of long-term funding. Students are encouraged to explore all available sources of funding, such as OSAP. Georgian also offers a number of awards, scholarships and bursaries to students.

The application will open after the fall semester starts (dates to be announced). Learn more about the bursary on the student portal.​​​​​​​

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Domestic students

  • Monitor our COVID-19 web page for regular updates and answers to frequently asked questions.
  • For questions related to your offer of admission, program choice or fee payments, please contact your admissions officer indicated on your letter of acceptance or registrar@georgiancollege.ca.

International students

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