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The first step in applying to Macmillian Institute of Applied Health Sciences is to figure out if you meet the requirements to get in. Centennial is committed to understanding everyone’s academic skills in order to promote student success, and to providing equal access to post-secondary education for everyone. As Admission Requirements vary from program to program, please make sure to review the specific Admission Requirements for your program of choice, and to contact the admissions department for complete details.
TO REGISTER FOR ANY PROGRAM, PLEASE VISIT THE PROGRAM PAGE AND CLICK ON THE REGISTER BUTTON FOR REGISTRATION.
Submitting Your Transcript
When applying, you must submit transcripts for admission directly to the college either online, at the office or have it transferred from another facility.
Documents must be original and in a sealed envelope from the issuing institution. Photocopies are not acceptable. You can drop them off at the Macmillian Institute of Applied Health Sciences office to the attention of “Admissions,” or mail them to the institute at Admissions, 55 Town Centre court, Unit 700, M1P 4X4 to the attention of the registrar of MacMillian College
While you should still check your specific program of choice for unique requirements, here’s an outline of general admission requirements for MacMillian Institute’s programs.
If you’re applying for an Ontario College Certificate or Diploma you need…
•An Ontario Secondary Diploma (OSSD) or an OSSD Equivalency.
•If you do not have an OSSD, but are 19 years of age or older, you may be eligible to apply as a mature applicant.
•Any credits, courses and minimum grades to satisfy your program’s specific requirements, as well as additional requirements like portfolios, auditions, writing samples, math tests, interviews, or attending on-campus admission sessions. For many programs, you can meet the English and mathematic academic requirements by taking a skills assessment.
For MacMillian Institute of Applied Health Science policy, click HERE
Withdrawal and Refunds
Withdrawing from your program or reducing your courses has consequences. Make sure you are aware of the deadlines to withdraw and how it affects your academic record and fees. To officially withdraw, you must submit a Withdrawal Form to the Enrolment Services Office.
Withdrawing or reducing (i.e. by dropping) courses may have any of the following effects:
- Change your eligibility for an OSAP loan
- Extend the duration of your studies, or delay your graduation
- Add to your expenses via additional fees (i.e. the result of extending your studies)
- Affect your ‘sponsorship’ arrangements
- Affect your eligibility for inter-collegiate sports
- Impact prerequisites for upcoming semesters
Withdrawing after fees payment
You must notify the College in writing by the tenth day of classes to be eligible for a refund of fees. Please submit a Withdrawal Form to Enrolment Services at any campus. The College will refund all tuition fees less a $200 non-refundable amount.
Withdrawing after course registration
Once you have registered for your classes, you are responsible for full tuition fees for your first semester unless you submit a Withdrawal Form by the tenth day of classes. Please note that once you are registered in classes, turning down your offer or cancelling your application at Ontariocolleges.ca or verbally notifying your instructor, Enrolment Services or other College staff does not withdraw you from your program. Should you cease to attend classes and do not officially withdraw, you will remain enrolled and will be assigned a ‘FNA’ (Fail Non-attendance) grade. To avoid this, submit the Withdrawal Form by the deadline noted in the Important Dates Calendar available to the institute.
Withdrawing after the tenth day of classes
If you withdraw from your program after the tenth day of classes, the fees for the semester are non-refundable and you are responsible for any outstanding fees for the semester. You will be refunded tuition that you have pre-paid for any subsequent semesters. In rare circumstances, the College will allow students to withdraw after the relevant deadline and receive either a partial refund or withdrawal without academic penalty. Contact the Enrolment Services Office at 416-289-5300 for details. You must submit a Withdrawal Form, a one-to-two page letter of explanation and any supporting documentation (e.g. a doctor’s note if you were ill).
A refund cheque will be mailed if you paid by cash, cheque or debit. If you paid by credit card, the refund will be issued to the credit card. Please allow a minimum of two weeks for processing, however longer waits may be experienced during peak processing periods.
OSAP – Refunds for students on OSAP must be returned to the National Student Loan Service Centre on your behalf and will be used to reduce your OSAP debt. Apprentices should note that in some cases withdrawal with a partial refund may only occur prior to the third class.