TEAS – Experience Profiles and Supplementary Forms
|University||Experience Profiles/Supplementary Forms|
|Brock University||Once Brock receives your application, they will send you information on how to complete Brock’s Experience Profile (mandatory).
The Teachable Subject Clarification Form is mandatory for Junior/Intermediate and Intermediate/Senior only. This form is accessible through your Brock student portal after you submit your application.
The Special Admission Consideration Form is optional.
If you apply in September or early October, you will receive an acknowledgement email from Brock in mid-October. This email will instruct you on how to access your Brock student portal, complete your Experience Profile and submit your Teachable Subject Clarification Form (where applicable). If you apply in mid-October forward, you will receive an acknowledgement email within 2 business days of submitting your application, providing the same information.
|Lakehead University||Not required.|
|Laurentian University||Not required.|
|Nipissing University||An experience profile is not required. Once Nipissing receives your application, they will send you information on accessibility categories and their requirements.
They will also send applicants to Junior/Intermediate (J/I) or Intermediate/Senior (I/S) who declare Music and/or Visual Arts as their teaching subject further information about supplemental applications and how to submit them using Secure Applicant Messaging (SAM).
|Ontario Tech University||Ontario Tech’s Equity Admissions Consideration Form (optional)|
|Ontario Tech’s Indigenous Admissions Consideration Form (optional)|
|University of Ottawa||Teacher Education: Once the University of Ottawa receives your application, you will get access to a uoZone account where you will find the Statement of Experience, which you must complete and submit.
The experience profile is mandatory for all.
If you choose the French as a Second Language teaching option, you must register for, and pass, the French proficiency test.
|Queen’s University||Queen’s Personal Statement of Experience|
|Queen’s Equity Self-Identification Form|
|View additional documents required for the Queen’s program you are applying to for Consecutive Education.|
|View additional documents required for the Queen’s program you are applying to for Consecutive Education Multi-Session.|
|Trent University||Find instructions for the Trent Profile of Experience and Equity Admission Form.
Trent will send you information within 3 business days of receiving your application to activate your myTrent applicant portal and complete the Profile of Experience. Check your junk mail folder if you have not received this email within 3 days.
Trent’s Equity Admission Form is available through your myTrent account.
|Western University||Western’s Experience Profile|
|Western’s Equity Admission Form [PDF]|
|Wilfrid Laurier University||You must submit a completed supplemental application that contains your required documents for admission, including unofficial copies of your transcript(s).
You must submit Laurier’s Experience Profile, which is a strong component of your application for admission. You will detail your lived experiences, backgrounds and understandings, and indicate your commitment to the teaching profession and to inclusive, inquiry-based and innovative learning communities in the profile.
If you are an applicant to the J/I program, you must also submit the Laurier teachable requirements form in your supplemental application. In the form, you will self-identify how your undergraduate university courses meet the subject requirements for your teachable.
You receive access to submit your supplemental application after you apply through the OUAC. Laurier recommends that you leave enough time between the OUAC and supplemental application deadlines.
|University of Windsor||Windsor’s Equity Consideration Form|
|York University||Once York receives your TEAS application, they will send you information to complete the Supplementary Form, which includes the Profile of Experience and 2 letters of reference.|