|Established as Toronto's first public college in 1966, Centennial College offers programs in business, communications, community and health studies, science and engineering technology, general arts, hospitality and transportation.|
If you have Ontario Secondary School Diploma (or equivalent), or if you’re 19 years of age or over, you can apply for this program.
Step One: Apply Online at OntarioColleges.ca
Apply to this program online at Ontariocolleges.ca (formerly the Ontario Colleges Application Service). If you are a high school student, we encourage you to work with your guidance office to complete your college application.
The program code is 6422, the College code is CENT, and the campus code is C.
You can also pick up an application form at any Ontario College campus Enrolment Services or Registrar’s office.
Step Two: Receipt of Application Acknowledgement
When your application is processed by Ontariocolleges.ca, Centennial will mail you an acknowledgement letter, program information and an invitation to book and attend a Program Admission Session on campus. Complete details on how to book your session will be provided in the letter.
Step Three: Academic Requirement – English Proficiency
All applicants must demonstrate an acceptable level of English language proficiency for admission to the program. You can do this in one of three ways:
Step Four: Program Admission Session
Before receiving an offer to this program, there are additional admission requirements that you will need to complete at a Program Admission Session. You should attend your Program Admission Session as early as possible in the application process.
During your session, you’ll meet with a faculty member and find out more about the program.
At the session you must also submit a portfolio of your work for review. Offers to the program are based on the results of the portfolio review.
Select 10-15 pieces of your best work to submit. Presentation should be neat and simple, not distracting from the work itself.
Portfolio pieces from the following categories are recommended:
Portfolio pieces from the following categories are optional (no more than 3 pieces from this list):
Please label your portfolio package as “Game Art + Design,” and include your name, address, phone number, and email address. You will be contacted by the school to pick up your portfolio after the evaluation session
Step Five: Decision Letter
Within about two weeks of attending your Program Admission Session, you’ll receive a decision letter from the college. When you are offered a seat in the program, you will be able to confirm your offer on your OntarioColleges.ca account.
Prior to your start date, you’ll receive further correspondence including a fees statement.
Please respond to your offer by the date requested to ensure your successful placement in the program.