Our admission requirements vary by applicant type:
- Ontario high school,
- international and
- many other specialized types.
Indigenous Admission Policy
If you have self-identified as Indigenous First Nations (Status or Non-status), Métis or Inuit and do not meet the competitive grade point average (GPA) for admission – but still meet the minimum 70% high school GPA – you may apply to have a separate assessment conducted by our committee.
The committee includes members from the faculty of application, Admissions, and Indigenous Education and Cultural Services. The committee will consider student history, work experience, educational goals and other achievements in delivering a recommendation for admissibility.
Equity Admission Policy
If you consider yourself to be personally and academically disadvantaged for reasons that are beyond your control, you may apply to have a separate assessment conducted by the university’s Equity Admissions Committee. Our committee includes a member from the faculty of application, Admissions and the President’s Equity Taskforce.
You will have an opportunity to outline factors that may have negatively affected your academic performance and to describe the contributions that you can make to the university community. You are required to meet the university’s minimum 70% high school GPA for consideration.
If you have not attended a high school, university or college, full-time, for at least 2 years, you may be considered a mature student.