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Session to provide information about new bridging program

There's no better place than UOIT for students who are thinking of attending university after college because of the possibility of earning a Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) degree in as little as five semesters!

Please join us for lunch on Tuesday, March 1 from 12:15 to 1 p.m. in Room G213 (Dining Room) of the Gordon Willey building to learn more. Representatives from the Registrar's office will be available to answer questions about other university courses, including our Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Criminology and Justice Bridging program.

About the University of Ontario Institute of Technology
As the province's newest university, the University of Ontario Institute of Technology provides a unique combination of academic knowledge, vibrant student life, leading-edge research, and hands-on skills. The university offers career-focused undergraduate degree programs in the fields of business and information technology, sciences, engineering, nursing, social science, and education. It is also developing leading-edge research and graduate programs, and is Ontario's first laptop-based university. Sharing facilities and selected services with Durham College, UOIT has attracted over 1,800 students since its inception in 2003. To find out more, visit or call 905.721.8668.

About Ontario Tech University
A modern, forwarding-thinking university, Ontario Tech advances the discovery and application of knowledge to accelerate economic growth, regional development and social innovation. We inspire and equip our students and our graduates to make a positive impact in a tech-focused world. For us, it’s not only about developing the next tech breakthrough. Understanding and integrating the social and ethical implications of technology differentiates us as university. Learn more at

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