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Post-Secondary Planning

There are many options available to students who want to pursue post-secondary education. All universities and colleges in Ontario have resources available to students with different academic needs.

You can find information on universities and colleges using the following links:

Ontario Colleges

Ontario Universities

Community Integration Through Co-operative Education (CICE)

The Community Integration through Co-operative Education program is a two-year Ontario College Certificate offered at some colleges in Ontario. The CICE program will provide individuals with developmental disabilities and other significant learning challenges the opportunity to experience college life, pursue a post-secondary education and develop skills which will help prepare them for employment. It is offered at the following colleges.

Mohawk College

Humber College

Georgian College

Durham College

Fleming College

Lambton College

Sault College

St. Lawrence College

Confederation College


Project ADVANCE is a 2-week summer institute which prepares students with specific learning disabilities for success in their university studies. This initiative is offered through the Learning Disabilities Program at York University and is funded by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities, Government of Ontario. You do not need to be attending York University to attend the program.

More information and information on how to register can be found here: Project ADVANCE