Application Guides

OLSAS – How to Apply

Step 1: Research your university options: Check out university publications, university websites, etc. Review the: OLSAS Application Guide OLSAS Common Questions Step 2: Log in or create your OUAC profile. Step 3: Prepare and submit your application by November 1, 2017. Note: Each law school has its own admission requirements. OLSAS provides the application processing…

OLSAS – Document Tracking

Applicants are able to monitor their Document Tracking as soon as they create their application. It is your responsibility to ensure that OLSAS receives the application and all required supporting documentation by the required deadline. Referees Ensure you give your referees sufficient time to complete their references, and submit it to OLSAS by the deadline…

OLSAS Application Guide

Note: The OUAC and the law schools reserve the right to amend this information at any time. Please review this information before applying. The law schools and OLSAS do not endorse or support presentations or publications other than their own. Up‑to‑date information should be obtained directly from the schools’ admissions offices or their websites. Last…

OLSAS – Droit civil/Civil Law Applicants

If you are applying to Droit civil/Civil Law, submit a Droit civil/Civil Law application.

OLSAS – National Committee on Accreditation (NCA) Applicants

If you complete a law degree in Quebec or in a foreign jurisdiction and wish to be admitted to the practice of law in Ontario, you must apply for an assessment of the equivalency of your legal studies to a Canadian common law degree program. If you have also requested a World Education Services (WES)…

OLSAS – Undergraduate Grading System Conversion Table

Notes: This chart is used for converting individual grades only. The scales are applicable only to current grading schemes. Refer to the Institution Scale Chart to see which scale applies to each university. The GPA is only 1 of the several factors that will be considered in evaluating your admissibility to law school. Please check…

OLSAS – GPA Calculations

Quick Links Undergraduate Academic Record Using the Conversion Table Verification Report Legend Graduate Academic Record Undergraduate Academic Record The Ontario law schools receive applications from applicants who attended universities with various grading systems. The admissions committees at the law schools attempt to give each applicant equal consideration. The OLSAS Undergraduate Grading System Conversion Table is…

OLSAS – Offers of Admission

The law schools may make offers of admission at any time after your application is received. Responses to offers of admission must be submitted by logging in to your OLSAS application. After submitting responses to offers of admission you will be locked out of your application for 1 business day. Accepting an Offer of Admission…

OLSAS – Verify and Make Changes to your Application

You can make changes to your online application through OLSAS once you submit your application and pay all required fees. You will require your OUAC username and password to access your application to make changes. After submitting changes, you will be locked out of your application for 1 business day. Note: Your changes will not be…

OLSAS – Secure Applicant Messaging (SAM)

With SAM, you can upload the following supplementary documentation (if required): Proof of citizenship Proof of Aboriginal/Indigenous status Windsor Dual JD Supplemental Form Curriculum vitae (CV) Supporting documentation for the Access category