The CAO admissions process is an easy three steps!
2. Meet us in Person
Its important to us that all applicants meet us in person by coming in for a personal tour. If you visit, you will get to watch demonstrations, meet students & faculty, listen to lectures, get your questions answered and test drive the program for yourself.This is an informal way to see if the CAO is right for you, and there is no obligation to apply.
3. Complete an Application Package
Once you’ve visited, if you love what you see and want to become a CAO student the last step is to complete an application package and participate in an informal interview (in person or by phone).
The CAO is certified by the Minister of Employment and Social Development Canada (formerly HRSDC) and approved to issue the T2202A tax form for tuition credit.
As the CAO is a private educational institution it is not eligible for Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) funding. Private lending institutions, however, are very supportive of our students because our tuition is low and graduate incomes are high.
Upon acceptance to the program you will be provided a letter of enrollment enabling you to seek funding assistance from a bank.