Common Questions: Offers of Admission

If I accept an offer now, can I change my mind at a later date?

Yes. If you accept an offer but later wish to accept a different offer, you will need to first cancel your accepted offer and then accept the new offer by the stipulated deadline date. Be sure to consider all other factors such as scholarships, residence acceptance and deposits before you make your final decision.

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

Applications: Undergrad (101) Categories: Offers of Admission

Ontario high school applicants usually need to complete the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD), including six 4U/M courses, prior to being permitted to register full-time at an Ontario university. There are also prerequisite courses that must be completed and minimum academic averages that are required for most university programs. If you have satisfied these basic…

When I accept an offer of admission, does it mean that I will not be considered for any other offers?

Accepting an offer of admission from one university will not cancel your application to other universities and/or programs. However, you may have only one acceptance on file at a time. Before you can accept a new offer online, you must first cancel the previously accepted offer currently in your file. Note: If you submit a…

When will I know if I am admitted to a university?

Applications: Undergrad (101) Categories: Offers of Admission

Universities will assess your application and will communicate with you directly about your admissibility. In support of your application, your high school provides final grades for your completed Grade 11 and 12 courses to the OUAC. These final grades are transferred to the universities once you submit your application. In early February, your school provides…