News & Reminders

  • Preliminary Undergraduate Application Statistics

    The preliminary Undergraduate Application Statistics (OUAC 101) for January 2016 have been released. Read More

  • Receipt of Documents

    ORPAS is currently receiving a high volume of mail and cannot advise on the status of documents received at this time.

    We expect to be up-to-date by Friday, January 15.

    More

  • Verification of Applicant Data

    The Verification of Applicant Data link will only show the LSAT scores that OLSAS received. Future test dates are not displayed in this section.

  • All online applications will be temporarily unavailable

    from 7 am (ET) on Feb. 20
    to 1 pm (ET) on Feb. 21.

  • OLSAS Offers of Admission

    The Ontario law schools make offers of admission on a rolling basis.

    Applicants are notified of offers by the universities directly, and should use SAM to respond.

  • Secure Applicant Messaging (SAM)

    After 1 business day, log in to OLSAS to check your document status and access SAM.

  • MCAT Scores

    OMSAS will be downloading MCAT scores on October 30 and November 2 to retrieve scores that were sent to us between October 29 and November 1.

  • Uploading Required CVs

    The Secure Applicant Messaging (SAM) tool, used to upload required CVs to OMSAS, may not appear until the day after you submit your OMSAS application. As a result we will accept CVs until 11:59 pm on October 2, 2015.

  • OMSAS 2016

    The deadline to submit your 2016 application has now passed. If you missed this deadline, you will have to wait until July 2016 to apply.

  • Start Your Research with eINFO

    The only resource updated directly by the Ontario universities.

    Check out eINFO at:
    www.electronicinfo.ca.

Ontario university graduates get jobs, earn more money

Students who complete undergraduate programs at Ontario universities continue to experience high employment and earnings rates, according to the latest employment survey commissioned by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities and carried out by an independent firm, CCI Research Inc.

87.4% of the 2011 graduates surveyed said they were employed within six months of graduation, and more than 93% per cent reported they had a job two years after graduation.

The survey also finds that graduates get jobs in their field of study. 88.6% of those graduates reported that their jobs were related to their education.

Read the Council of Ontario Universities’ media release for more information.