All prospective student-athletes for the 2021-22 season are also subject to George Brown College's mandatory vaccination policy and must submit a Vaccination Attestation indicating they have received two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine approved by the Government of Canada prior to participating in a tryout.
Once the registration form has been successfully submitted, a Varsity Sport Coordinator will follow up with more information on tryout details and any additional requirements (medical forms, vaccination attestation, etc.). Click on the link below to pre-register.
August 19th at 7pm – Coronation Park
September 1st at 6pm – Christie Pits Park
September 8th at 6pm – Christie Pits Park
August 29th at 6pm – Centennial Park Stadium
Sept 6th at 7pm – Esther Shiner Stadium
Sept 10th at 7pm – Esther Shiner Stadium
August 20th at 9pm – Esther Shiner Stadium
August 29th at 8pm – Centennial Park Stadium
Sept 10th at 9pm – Esther Shiner Stadium
September 14th at 6pm – Casa Loma Athletic Centre
September 17th at 8pm – Casa Loma Athletic Centre
September 21st at 6pm – Casa Loma Athletic Centre
September 15th at 4pm – Casa Loma Athletic Centre
September 16th at 6pm – Casa Loma Athletic Centre
September 17th at 6pm – Casa Loma Athletic Centre
September 22nd at 8pm – Casa Loma Athletic Centre
September 24th at 6pm – Casa Loma Athletic Centre
While participation in Varsity Athletics is an important component of college life, student-athletes must remember that the primary purpose of their attendance at the College is the attainment of a certificate, diploma or degree.
All George Brown College varsity student-athletes must meet the George Brown College academic standards for participation.
In order to participate in any game involving OCAA or CCAA schools, all student-athletes must be full-time students in one of the following categories:
- Full time programs that leads to a diploma, degree, or certificate
- Tuition-short/Adult retraining programs
- Off-audit college programs
- Cooperative Education Placement
Grade Point Average
Grades will be calculated for eligibility at the completion of each semester. George Brown student-athletes are subject to maintaining a GPA per semester of 1.70 or higher on a 4.00 scale, which is the standard requirement for graduation from George Brown College certificate, diploma or advanced diploma programs. A GPA of 2.30 or higher is required for degree programs.
All athletes must also maintain a passing grade in all course subjects and attend class regularly. Failing to do so may result in sanctions.
Athletic Academic Support Program
The Athletic Academic Support Program is monitored primarily by the Athletics Academic Liaison and is designed to assist the achievement of academic goals by:
- Facilitating the student-athlete's academic success;
- Regularly reviewing academic progress;
- Regularly providing feedback and encouragement;
- Recognizing academic improvement; and
- Recognizing the achievement of academic excellence.
Ultimately, responsibility for academic success lies with the student-athlete. The Athletics Department is committed to assisting in the realization of that success.
- Athletic recruitment/retention scholarships
- Athletic bursaries for student-athletes demonstrating financial need
- Athletic awards for student-athletes achieving special honours in academics and/or athletics.