Campus Visit Days
Campus Visit Days
The best way to participate in the Booth Experience is to visit us. Whether it's a personal visit or a group tour aimed at a specific area of interest, we can arrange for you to talk to administrators, professors and students. You can sit in on a class, stop by the Bistro and hang out in our common areas.
We're always available to set up a tour or answer any questions you might have. Just give us a call or send an email.
Bring your high school class to Booth
We encourage high school teachers and counsellors to visit Booth with a class or group of students. This is a great way for secondary students to experience post-secondary opportunities within the context of their own social group. For more information contact Admissions.
Overnight Campus Visit Days
For out of province visitors, we'll credit up to $500 of your travel expenses to your student account if you enroll as a full-time student.
Campus Visit Day Dates
ENGLISH AND FILM MASTER CLASS:
TOLKIEN UNPLUGGED: Your gateway to The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings
November 28, 2014
9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
High school students with an interest in studying film and literature at University are invited to participate in this one-day English and Film Master Class, led by the head of Booth UC's English and Film department, Dr. Michael Boyce. The day will include lectures, seminars, workshops and special screenings in the Film Lab. Snacks and lunch will be provided for all participants.
Register your name for more information.
Applications and Reference Forms are available here: Tolkien Unplugged Master Class Application.
Applications are due by November 14, 2014.
Spaces are limited so click here to get your applications in early!
HARD WIRED TO BULLY: The Biology and Culture of Prejudice
Booth UC's 6th Annual Youth Forum
December 2, 2014
9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
High school students are invited to take part in this year's interactive youth forum where they will learn about the psychology of prejudice that underlies bullying. Because prejudice is such a regular feature of human psychology, it could be that it is hard wired into us as something like an instinct. Or, if not born into us, perhaps it is a result of our social environment. This forum will explore both of these, while expanding students' thinking about bullying as they engage in interactive group activities, sit in on lectures and more! Students will also have the opportunity to meet with faculty and Admissions staff, as well as dine in our Bistro and take a tour of campus. Snacks and lunch will be provided.
For more information please contact: Admissions@BoothUC.ca. To register click here.
Applications are due by November 28, 2014.
EXPLORE A CAREER IN SOCIAL WORK
Build hope. Create change. Be rewarded. Become a social worker. Register for one of these campus visit day events to explore our Social Work program and discover how you can make a difference in the world:
Social Work Discovery Day
February 27, 2015 from 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
High school students with an interest in a career in social work are invited to participate in this one-day event where they will have the opportunity to work with our Social Work professors at the university level. The day will include lectures, dialogue and practical application. Snacks and lunch will be provided. For more information, and to access the application form, click here.
EXPLORE A FUTURE IN BUSINESS
March 17, 2015 from 9:00 a.m. - Noon
Explore a career in business and discover the many unique advantages of getting your Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree at Booth UC. This year's theme is entrepreneurship and will include a virtual business simulation experience! End the day with lunch and a tour of Booth UC. To register click here.
For more information please contact: Admissions@BoothUC.ca
Social Work Information Nights
November 13, 2014, March 18, 2015 or June 10, 2015
from 7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
This evening reception is set aside specifically for those individuals interested in taking Booth University College's Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) program. During this one-hour program overview session, you will hear from BSW faculty about thhe unique advantages of earning your degree at Booth UC and from current students about their experiences. Booth UC admissions staff will also be in attendance to answer questions. To register, or for more information, please contact Ed Harms: Admissions@BoothUC.ca