uToronto Undergraduate Application for Admission

uToronto Undergraduate Application for Admission

U of T Undergraduate Application Application for Admission

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The application form you fill out for admission to the University of Toronto depends on your current situation – whether you’re a current Ontario high school student, an applicant from another Canadian province or territory, an international applicant, or in another circumstance. Consult the categories below to determine which application you need to submit.

 

U of T Undergraduate Application Fees for Current Ontario High School Students (OUAC 101 Application)

You should complete the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC)’s 101 Application if you:

  • are a current, full-time Ontario high-school student
  • have not been out of high school for more than seven consecutive months
  • expect to receive the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) with six Grade 12 U/ M courses by the end of the current year
  • have not attended a post-secondary institution (college/university)

 

Apply Online at OUAC (101 Application)

See Important Application Dates

 

U of T Undergraduate Application Fees for International Applicants (University of Toronto International Application)

Use the University of Toronto International Application if you:

  • currently reside outside of Canada, AND
  • are not currently studying, and have not previously studied, in Canada, AND
  • are not applying to any other Ontario university

Prospective international applicants who wish to apply to other Ontario universities in addition to the University of Toronto should use the OUAC 105 Application (see below).

If you have already applied with the OUAC 105 Application, you do not need to apply to the University of Toronto with the International Application. (If you submit both applications, the University of Toronto International Application will be cancelled with no possibility of a refund.)

Note that you will need to pay a non-refundable fee of $180.

Apply Online at OUAC (U of T International Application)

See Important Application Dates

 

U of T Undergraduate Application Fees for Full-Time Degree Applicants who are NOT current Ontario High School Students (OUAC 105 Application)

You should complete the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC)’s 105 Application if you:

  • are NOT currently attending an Ontario high school day program (in Ontario or abroad), AND
  • are NOT a current or former U of T student.

In addition to the OUAC application service fee, you’ll be required to pay a non-refundable University of Toronto supplementary fee of $90.

 

Apply Online at OUAC (105 Application)

See Important Application Dates

Unable to apply online? Request a paper application from OUAC by email: request@ouac.on.ca (subject of email ‘paper application’), or by mail:

Ontario Universities’ Application Centre,
170 Research Lane, Guelph, Ontario,
Canada, N1G 5E2
Tel: 519-823-1063

 

U of T Undergraduate Application Fees for Full-Time Degree Applicants Previously or Currently Registered as Students at the University of Toronto (University of Toronto Internal Application)

Use the University of Toronto Internal Application if you:

  • have previously registered at the University of Toronto in a degree, Pre-University program, or as either a Non-degree or Visiting Student (this does not include Continuing Education studies)

If you’ve previously been a student at the University of Toronto and want to return to the same faculty or division you attended, get in touch with your former Registrar’s Office. They can help you determine whether you’re eligible to re-register, or if you must re-apply using this application.

Note that you will need to pay a non-refundable fee of $90. 

See Important Application Dates

 

U of T Undergraduate Application Fees for Applicants Intending to Study Part-Time (Part-Time Application)

Use the Part-Time Application if you:

  • wish to enrol as a part-time student in arts, science, commerce/management, engineering courses towards a degree.

Note that students attending a daytime program in secondary school should NOT use this form. Instead, they should apply in the same way as applicants intending to study full time (using one of the OUAC Applications). Applicants currently registered at another institution are not eligible to enrol in the summer session.

Part-time students can take courses during the day and evening (when available). Although most programs may be taken part-time, students who are only able to attend classes in the evening should consult the appropriate online timetable at University of Toronto.

If you were previously registered at the University of Toronto and want to return to the same faculty or division you attended previously, contact your former Registrar’s Office to determine whether you are eligible to re-register or are required to re-apply using this application.

Note that you will need to pay a non-refundable fee of $90.

See Important Application Dates

 

U of T Undergraduate Application Fees for Non-Degree Applicants (Non-Degree Application)

Use the Non-Degree Application if you wish to upgrade your university record to qualify for graduate school, a professional program, or for personal interest. Non-degree students enrol in arts, science or commerce/management degree credit courses, for which they have the prerequisites, but are not proceeding towards a degree. Admission consideration is based on your entire postsecondary academic record and your most recent annual average (GPA).

  • Faculty of Arts and Science, U of T St. George: Non-Degree students may not enrol in Rotman Commerce courses.
  • University of Toronto Mississauga: An undergraduate degree from a recognized institution is required. Non-Degree students may not enrol in Commerce or Management courses.
  • University of Toronto Scarborough: Only first year courses may be considered for Non-degree students in Management or Economics.
  • Faculty of Kinesiology and Physical Education: Please email the Faculty directly at undergrad.kpe@utoronto.ca or visit the Faculty of Kinesiology and Physical Education website.

If you’ve previously been a student at the University of Toronto and want to return to the same faculty or division you attended, get in touch with your former Registrar’s Office. They can help you determine whether you’re eligible to re-register, or if you must re-apply using this application.

If you are interested in being a Non-degree Student in a professional division (e.g. Applied Science and Engineering; Music), you must contact the division directly.

Note that you will need to pay a non-refundable fee of $90.

Complete a Non-Degree Application here

See Important Application Dates

 

Other Important Information About Applying to U of T

We encourage you to apply well in advance of the posted deadlines.  Spaces fill quickly and programs may close before the application deadlines listed  (See Important Application Dates).

Approximately one week after we receive your application we will send you an email acknowledgement that includes your JOINid/UTORid, your University of Toronto applicant number, and full information about the next steps in the application process.

When we correspond with you it may be by email or by post (mailing address). Please ensure that your application information includes an active email address and up to date mailing address.

Your eligibility for admission will be considered once your complete academic record and any additional information requested by the division to which you have applied have been received.  You must submit full documentation for all secondary and post-secondary studies you have attempted.  Be sure to submit all required documents in advance of the published supporting document deadlines.

In considering students for admission and scholarships, the University reserves the right to give preference to students whose grades represent their first attempt.

Conditional offers of admission to Ontario secondary school students are typically made between late February and late May. For other applicants, decisions are made on an on-going basis.

University policies on access to student records and personal privacy allow us to communicate only with the applicant unless we have the written permission of the applicant to discuss the application with a third party.

We reserve the right to require recent, government-issued photo identification for verification purposes.

The University of Toronto does not interact with agencies (educational “agents”) in order to recruit students to undergraduate programs.

Special Consideration

If your academic record has been negatively affected by serious personal, health or financial circumstances, and your academic performance is slightly below the usual requirements for admission, the appropriate Admissions Committee may give special consideration.   The deadline to request special consideration is the same as your deadline to submit supporting documents, although we do encourage you to submit your request as soon as possible (see:  Important Application Dates).  To be considered, you will first need to apply for admission to U of T (see above).  Next:

  • if you applied using the OUAC 101 application, you’ll complete the “Request For Special Consideration” form and submit relevant supporting documentation to Enrolment Services.  You’ll be able to access the form through JOIN U of T after you’ve submitted your application.
  • if you applied using another type of application, you’ll make your request by submitting a signed and dated letter, along with any relevant supporting documentation (e.g.: a letter from a health care professional or social worker confirming the circumstances detailed in your letter), to Enrolment Services by mail (address below).  Before you submit your letter, be certain that your full name and U of T applicant number appear at the top of the page. Your request will be considered when your application file is complete. It is to your advantage to submit all supporting documents as early as possible

If you have any questions in advance of submitting your request, contact Enrolment Services by telephone for more information.

University of Toronto Notice of Collection

Freedom of Information and Privacy Act

The University of Toronto respects your privacy.

Personal information that you provide to the University is collected pursuant to section 2(14) of the University of Toronto Act, 1971.  It is collected for the purpose of administering admissions, registration, academic programs, university-related student activities, activities of student societies, safety, financial assistance and awards, graduation and university advancement, and reporting to government.  At all times it will be protected in accordance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. If you have questions, please refer to www.utoronto.ca/privacy or contact the University Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Coordinator at McMurrich Building, room 104, 12 Queen’s Park Crescent West, Toronto, ON, M5S 1A8.

In addition, the Ministry of Training, Colleges, and Universities has asked that we notify you of the following: The University of Toronto is required to disclose personal information such as Ontario Education Numbers, student characteristics and educational outcomes to the Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities under s. 15 of the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities Act, R.S.O. 1990, Chapter M.19, as amended. The ministry collects this data for purposes such as planning, allocating and administering public funding to colleges, universities and other post-secondary educational and training institutions and to conduct research and analysis, including longitudinal studies, and statistical activities conducted by or on behalf of the ministry for purposes that relate to post-secondary education and training. Further information on how the Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities uses this personal information is available on the ministry’s website.

 

Contact Enrolment Services

If you have any questions, get in touch:

Enrolment Services
University of Toronto
172 St. George Street
Toronto, Ontario
M5R 0A3

Location:  we are located on the west side of St. George Street, just north of the intersection of St. George Street and Bloor Street West. The closest subway stop is St. George Station..

Drop-in hours (no appointment necessary):  Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday: 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday: 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Telephone inquiries:  Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday: 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; Tuesday: 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Telephone:  416-978-2190

Fax: 416-978-7022