Future Student Events
We're eager to support you in your journey to Dalhousie. We offer a number of in-person and online events throughout the year to ensure you're well-informed. Check the calendar below for upcoming events.
Types of events
Meet with an advisor to discuss your next steps, and get your questions answered. Chat about your application status, your program options, the scholarship application process, residence options and application, course selection and registration, and everything in between.
Experience what it’s like to be a Dalhousie student at our annual Open House in both Halifax and Truro. This all-day event will give you a chance to explore academic programs, talk to professors and students, tour our residences, and discover what opportunities you’ll have to get involved on campus.
Halifax: Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019
Truro: Saturday, Oct. 26, 2019
Learn more at dal.ca/openhouse
Explore Dalhousie information sessions
Learn all about our programs, the admissions process, and bust some myths about university. Sessions are offered online and in-person in major cities across Canada. These sessions are for both you and your supporters.
Financing your education
Learn about the existing options for financing your Dalhousie education. These sessions are led by our financial aid and scholarship experts.
Online faculty sessions
Hosted by Dalhousie’s faculties, these interactive sessions allow you to learn about your faculty, program options, interesting courses, and opportunities for experiential learning.
Faculty Preview Days
Coming in March 2020
Come discover your faculty and experience what it’ll be like to be a student. Get an introduction to your courses, sit in on a lecture, and ask questions to professors and current students.
Welcome Sessions provide accepted students with important details on their next steps before arriving on campus in September. Learn about support services and programs, residence move-in details, orientation week, and academics.
Welcome sessions are offered online and in cities across Canada.