News & Reminders

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Learn about Ontario Universities!

    Each university has its own unique character and charm. View the links to Ontario Universities to visit their websites and learn what they have to offer.

OLSAS How to Apply

Step 1: Research your university options:

Step 2: Create an OLSAS account.

Step 3: Prepare and submit your application by November 1, 2015.

Note: Each law school has its own admission requirements. OLSAS provides the application processing service only.


Instructions for French Applicants

Do not use the English application if your only choices are French programs at the University of Ottawa.

Use the French OLSAS application if you are applying to any or all of the following:

  • University of Ottawa’s French Common Law program
  • University of Ottawa’s National program
  • University of Ottawa’s JD/LLL program

Note: If you are applying to both English and French programs, submit only an English application and contact OLSAS for instructions on how to add French programs.

For Droit civil/Civil Law, use the 105 application.