101 – How-to Videos


The following tutorials guide you through Ontario Universities’ Info (OUInfo) and the 101 application.
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Note: Review the 101 Fees for up-to-date fee information.

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How to Use OUInfo: Your Starting Point For Researching Ontario’s Universities

This video explores the OUInfo website – a searchable, online resource that provides up-to-date information about Ontario universities, programs, scholarships, residences, campus visits and more.

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Tutorial 1: How to Log In to Your 101 Application for the First Time

This video explains how to create an OUAC username and password, and start your 101 application.

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Tutorial 2: How to Browse and Add Programs to Your Application

This video explains how to search for programs; add, delete or change program choices in your 101 application; and rank them in order of preference.

Transcript of Tutorial #2.


Tutorial 3: How to Prepare and Submit Your Application

This video explains how to prepare, review and submit your 101 application.

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Tutorial 4: How to Submit and Pay for Your Application

This video explains how to complete and pay for your application successfully.

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Tutorial 5: How to Review and/or Change Your Completed Application

This video explains how to change your application after you submit it.

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Tutorial 6: How to Add or Withdraw Programs in your Submitted Application

This video will walk you through making changes to your program choices in your submitted 101 application.

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Tutorial 7: How to View and Respond to Ontario University Offers of Admission

This video will show you how to check for university offers of admission and how to accept or decline those offers.

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