Frequently Asked Questions: Undergrad (105)

Is it worth it?

Applications: Undergrad (101), Undergrad (105) Categories: Other

University study continues to be one of life’s most important, rewarding and exciting experiences. The knowledge that you gain at university, the friends that you make and the variety of experiences that you have will be with you all your life…

I’m getting a warning about my address when I try to submit my application. Why is this happening?

You must provide a home address and a mailing address, even if these 2 addresses are the same. A mailing address is the address where you receive postal mail. It is not your email address…

I’m stuck on the “Additional University Details” screen in the 105 application. What do I do?

Applications: Undergrad (105) Categories: During Application

If you have not previously applied to your university choices, this section does not apply to you. Simply click “Save” and move on to the next section of the application…

The application did not charge me for supplemental fees and I am worried my application will not be processed.

Some applicants are exempt from paying supplemental fees. The system will automatically exempt you if you qualify…

The university is asking me for my 11-digit OUAC Reference Number. Where do I find this?

Normally, the OUAC Reference Number contains 10 digits, beginning with the current year (4 digits) followed by 6 digits (e.g., 20XX999999). If a university asks for your 11-digit OUAC Reference Number, add a 0 (zero) at the end of your 10-digit number (e.g., 20XX9999990)…

What can I do if I am refused admission to all my choices?

Beginning in June, you can access the Ontario universities’ Admission Information Service to see if any other universities have places available. We also encourage you to contact universities directly for more information about available programs…

What is OUAC-OSAP linking? What does it mean to link my OUAC and OSAP accounts?

Applications: Undergrad (101), Undergrad (105) Categories: OSAP

Linking allows you to save time in your application process by sharing the information you have input in your OUAC application with your OSAP application…

What is the Advanced Placement exam?

Advanced Placement (AP) exams are administered by the American College Board in the US for high school students. They may be recognized by Canadian institutions for advanced credit…

What is the OUAC and what does it do?

Applications: Teacher (TEAS), Undergrad (101), Undergrad (105) Categories: Other

“OUAC” is the acronym for the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre. The OUAC is a centralized processing centre for applications for undergraduate admission to the universities of Ontario. The OUAC, which is located in Guelph, Ontario, receives your application, processes it and transfers the information to the universities you have selected. The OUAC does not make admission decisions. That is the universities’ responsibility…