The OREA Real Estate College will cease to operate on December 31, 2020. Find out how the closing will affect admissions and the deadline to complete programs.
Beyond 2020, OREA will continue to provide services to members, real estate boards and associations across the province.
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Fees are payable to OREA Real Estate College (the "College") by credit card (VISA, MasterCard, American Express), certified cheque, or money order. Online and telephone payments must be made by credit card. Debit/cash payments are accepted for payments made in person. In the event a cheque accompanying an application is returned NSF, payment (including the administration fee) must be made by credit card, certified cheque/bank draft, or debit card/cash in person. Students are advised that in the event that a credit card transaction results in a chargeback to the College, payment (including the administration fee) must be made by certified cheque, bank draft, or debit card/cash in person. Payment by credit card must be made by the person whose name and signature appear on the card.
All students are issued a My Portfolio account after they have met admission requirements. The College uses this to communicate with students on academic and administrative matters.
My Portfolio is your personal, confidential section of the OREA website that contains information about your courses. It's the only way to get:
Click the My Portfolio button located on the banner of www.orea.com to access the login page.
The first time you login to My Portfolio, you will be presented with the student enrolment contract. Read completely, and click to accept or decline.
New mail is stored here. Click on any item you wish to read.
Contains every official document about a course. From here you can print:
Lists courses in which you are currently enrolled. Access an e-Learning course by clicking the underlined hyperlink in the course description.
Lists courses that you have completed and applicable credits and/or marks.
Upon enrolment in a course, students are provided access to both an e-Book and PDF of the course. A PDF is a reproduction of the course textbook. The e-Book is an electronic textbook similar to the online version of the course.
Course curriculum is updated on an ongoing basis to ensure students have access to course materials that are current and accurate. Students are able to access updates for the course in which they are enrolled.
Shows you your personal information. Information can be updated simply by clicking on the Edit link at the end of the line that you want to change.
Enrolment in classroom courses is limited and is available on a first come, first served basis.
If demand for a session exceeds established classroom size limits, additional courses may be offered to accommodate students.
To effectively engage group discussions and maximize learning, students are strongly encouraged to attend all scheduled classroom hours.
Students currently enrolled in a course who want to transfer to a later session or to an alternate method of course delivery must do so at least one day prior to the start date of the course in which they are currently enrolled. Students may complete the transfer online by logging into the Current Courses section of their My Portfolio account or by contacting the College. A $50 non-refundable fee is required at the time of transfer.
Students who have questions or require clarification pertaining to course content only, may call the Instructor Support Line at 1-866-444-5557, Monday to Friday, 9:30 am - 4 pm. Due to the volume of calls, students are encouraged to investigate other sources of help such as the online education forums.
The College encourages the use of education forums as a learning tool. The forums may be accessed by logging into My Portfolio using your student ID and password. Once logged in, click on the My OREA Community (discussion forum for courses), which will provide a link to the forums. Click on the course you are currently taking to participate in the discussions.
You will be required to accept the terms and conditions of the forum in order to participate in the forum discussions. Education forums are free and available to all students and instructors. The forums' moderator reserves the right to edit posted questions on courses and, in some cases, delete questions that are not in the spirit for which the forum is intended.
A student who fails to attend an examination because of personal health reasons may make a request to OREA Real Estate College to be given an opportunity to write a makeup examination. The student's request must be submitted in writing to OREA Real Estate College, along with the required medical documentation in support of the request.
The required medical documentation can be either an OREA Real Estate College Student Medical Certificate form or an original physician's letter prepared on the physician's letterhead. The OREA Real Estate College Student Medical Certificate is available at www.orea.com under OREA Real Estate College - Things You Should Know - Health Issues. If you are unable to view or print the Student Medical Certificate, please visit or send someone on your behalf to the College to pick one up or contact OREA Real Estate College at (416) 391-6732 or 1-866-411-6732 and a copy will be faxed to you.
The student is responsible for ensuring that a physician's letter or an OREA Real Estate College Student Medical Certificate contains the required information. For example, a physician's letter or an OREA Real Estate College Student Medical Certificate that simply says "I saw the student on such date" will not be accepted.
The original OREA Real Estate College Student Medical Certificate or original physician's letter must be submitted promptly to OREA Real Estate College. A fax copy of the original OREA Real Estate College Student Medical Certificate or original physician's letter may be accepted in advance, but not in place of the original document. A fax of the Student Medical Certificate or physician's letter will only be accepted if it is faxed from the originator of the document (i.e., it is faxed from the physician's office directly to OREA Real Estate College). A Student Medical Certificate or physician's letter that is faxed by the student to OREA Real Estate College will not be accepted. The student may instruct the physician's office to fax the Student Medical Certificate or letter directly to OREA Real Estate College at the following fax number: (416) 445-2113.
Important Note: There may be circumstances where OREA Real Estate College may have a bona fide need to verify the Student Medical Certificate or physician's letter. In such circumstances, OREA Real Estate College will first obtain the consent of the student before contacting the doctor's office to verify the Student Medical Certificate or letter.
The College recognizes that there are many religious holidays. If there is a conflict between a religious holiday and classroom commitment or examination, a student may submit a request for accommodation in advance in writing to the Director, OREA Real Estate College, 99 Duncan Mill Road, Don Mills, Ontario, M3B 1Z2.
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