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  1. If you haven’t paid a deposit it’s not too late to switch schools. Just email Angela to find out the process. It may just be a matter of informing her you are no longer going to attend in September. I was also accepted to U of T (advanced standing) but I have chosen to defer to Sept. 2021. Thankfully my admission will be guaranteed still (you don’t have to apply again if you defer). I’m hoping things will be a bit more settled by that time - but who knows!
  2. I believe you need an MSW or BSW to register with CASW. Not sure about each individual province - though I believe this is also the case in Ontario. Maybe a look at job postings and see what credentials are asked for?
  3. The province of Ontario hasn’t released any specific guidelines as to how universities will operate in the Fall. I know that U of T is preparing for all classes to be online in the Fall however, they have not officially confirmed this yet. Ontario has not yet flattened the curve to the same degree as BC as of yet - though that being said - Ontario also has a much larger population that BC.
  4. From my understanding they are preparing to have classes online in the Fall but nothing has been confirmed as of yet. I am still hopeful that class will be in person however some social distancing measures will still need to be enforced. Unfortunately I foresee this being this case at all Universities right now for the next 2 years. It’s hard to know for sure but experts have said we can expect to be experiencing social distancing in some form until we have a reliable vaccine, which won’t be for 1.5 - 2 years (and that’s looking at it optimistically). Personally, I’m not waiting 2 years to do my masters. It’s unfortunate that this has happened but everyone is going to have to adjust and this format may just be the new norm across the board.
  5. So I’m not certain, but from what I’ve read on the forums if you don’t hear from York right away it means you’re waitlisted. Instead of notifying people they are waitlisted, they keep the applications in a sort of limbo, and if a position becomes available you’ll be offered admission. If not, eventually you‘ll get a rejection. It’s a pretty shitty way of doing it in my opinion, and I may be wrong - but that’s what it seems like from here.
  6. And you only found out last week? Were you waitlisted before? I found out I was waitlisted there at the beginning of March so I’m a bit confused.
  7. Was the for the online program?
  8. That’s odd. I’m on the waitlist for Laurier September in person advanced standing program and the email I got said the waitlist will remain open until July 31st 2020 - no offers of admission will be extended after this date. Unless you’re referring to the May online program?
  9. All I know is that there are 24 people on the waitlist at Laurier for advanced standing September on campus start. (Myself included).
  10. Anyone accepted to Laurier advanced standing who is not going? Trying to figure out my chances on the wait-list... Also - how long were you given to decide?
  11. I received an email today from Laurier that I’ve been put on the waitlist. Nothing has changed on Loris.
  12. I think any answers you may get on here would just be speculation. Perhaps if you contact admissions directly they may give you some feedback?
  13. Hmmmm. I haven’t heard anything from Laurier yet. Guessing I’m waitlisted or rejected. Has anyone heard negative news from there?
  14. When did you hear from Laurier?
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