University in Ontario
Please see the eINFO web site at www.electronicinfo.ca for University information including; programs, prerequisites, mark ranges, scholarship and bursary information.
Timelines for Ontario Universities
January 11, 2017
Deadline for Ontario secondary school students to submit completed hardcopy and on-line applications to the OUAC.
February 6, 2017
Recommended last date for students to submit all information to the OUAC, including university and program changes, as well as additional active choices, to be eligible for consideration for early admission. Note: This is not a deadline date. Changes will be accepted and processed by the OUAC at any time.
May 26, 2017
The latest date by which all secondary school applicants shall expect a response from an Ontario university. Such a response will be one of:
1. an offer of admission;
2. a refusal; or
3. a deferral pending the receipt of specific additional information.
June 1, 2017
The earliest date by which Ontario universities may require a response to an offer of admission and a financial commitment of any kind (e.g., registration deposit, residence deposit) from an Ontario secondary school student. All other admissions-related elements, including scholarships, other forms of student assistance or financial incentives and offers of residence, are considered part of the offer of admission. Therefore, a student may accept these other offers prior to May 27, 2016, but Ontario universities shall not compel a student in any way to make an earlier decision.
Out of Province University
Please see the following sites for other Canadian University Information:
When applying to Out of Province Universities, please see the specific institution for admission and application dates and specifics.
N.B. Out of Province schools have their own admission fees.
Please see the following sites for American University/College Information:
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