Application Guides

About 105

The Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC) is a not‑for‑profit, centralized application service for applicants to Ontario universities. We are a division of the Council of Ontario Universities and facilitate the process of applying to first‑year undergraduate programs (bachelor’s degrees) and to advanced standing in these programs. Each university makes its own admission decisions, and we provide…

105 – Additional University Details

Each of your university choices is listed on this page. Previous Year Applied If you previously applied to any program at the universities listed, select the year. Otherwise, leave this field blank. Previous Year Registered If you previously registered in any program at the universities listed, select the year. Otherwise, leave this field blank.

105 – After You Submit Your Application

Quick Links University Responses Gather Information Review and Make Changes or Respond to Offers Next Steps University Responses The universities will acknowledge when they receive your application and provide you with a list of the specific supporting documents they require to make an admission decision. If you do not receive any communication from your selected…

105 – Algoma University

University program information changes regularly. View the application for the most up-to-date details. Last updated: September 17, 2020 Quick Links About Algoma University Residence Accommodations Admission Entry Points Supplemental/Document Evaluation Fee Accessibility Services Mature Students University/College Transfers Out-of-province Students Home-schooled Applicants Experiential Learning (EL) Hub Scholarships/Bursaries On-campus Employment Language Requirements Supplementary Application Campus Tours Contact…

105 – Applicant Responsibilities

Complete the 105 application if you meet all of the 105 applicant criteria. Read the 105 Application Guide and review the application information for each university you apply to. Submit complete and correct information in your application. Pay the applicable fees. Meet university-specific application deadlines (e.g., for submitting the application, transcripts and portfolios, if required, and for…

105 – Application Guide

Note: The OUAC and the universities reserve the right to amend this information at any time. Review this information before you apply. The universities and the OUAC do not endorse presentations or publications other than their own. Obtain up‑to‑date information directly from the universities’ admission offices or the universities’ websites. View the 105 Notice and…

105 – Brescia University College at Western University

University program information changes regularly. View the application for the most up-to-date details. Last updated: September 17, 2020 Quick Links About Brescia University College The Brescia Competencies Residence at Brescia Important Deadlines Admission Information Submission of Documents Transfer Credit Eligibility English Proficiency Student Accessibility Services Contact Information About Brescia University College Brescia University College was established…

105 – Brock University

University program information changes regularly. View the application for the most up-to-date details. Last updated: September 17, 2020 Quick Links About Brock University Notes for All Applicants Program Choice and Order Alternative Offers of Admission Application Deadlines Entry Points Deferrals Supplementary Admission Requirements Concurrent Education Applicants Canadian Out-of-province Applicants University/College Transfer Applicants Second-degree Applicants Certificate…

105 – Activities/Employment

This section is required only if you have finished high school. If you have finished high school and do not complete this section, your application assessment may be delayed. List all extracurricular activities (e.g., volunteering, hobbies, sports, employment, travel, etc.) from the time you completed high school until present, including any activities you completed while…

105 – Academic Background

Provide information about all institutions where you have registered in 1 or more secondary or postsecondary courses. Institutions may include, but are not limited to: Regular day schools Private schools Night schools Summer schools Online schools You are responsible for forwarding your official transcripts to your selected universities.