Application Procedures and Admission Requirements
Admission to the Brantford campus is governed by the rules and regulations of Wilfrid Laurier University. The applications are administered through the Recruitment & Admissions Office at the Waterloo Campus. Refer to the section Application Procedures.For information regarding College Articulation Agreements, refer to University/College Combination Programs in the Brantford Campus section.
Wilfrid Laurier University does not have a policy specifically for mature students. Laurier will consider you an Adult Student under the following circumstances:
Note that the normal application process must be followed.
Adult Students Transferring from Part-time to Full-time Studies
Students registered at another university wishing to take courses for transfer credit to their home university may register on a Letter of Permission. Visit the Office of the Registrar website for more information.
Note: We cannot guarantee space in courses for students from another university.
If you wish to attend classes without receiving academic credit, you must self-identify as an audit student. Tuition fees are normally half the regular course fee, with a few exceptions where full course fees are applied. Fees are not refundable (see course costs).
Audit students do not write midterm or final examinations, but may participate in classes to the extent allowed or required by the course professor.
Contact Peggy Bishop at firstname.lastname@example.org for application procedures and deadlines.
Applicants who are 60 years of age or older will be admitted to part-time studies regardless of previous academic background. They may register in courses for credit or register as audit students. The normal academic regulations will apply.
Applicants 60 years or older may also be admitted to full-time studies on an individual basis. Tuition fees only will be waived for Senior citizens (60 years of age by start date of lectures). Contact Peggy Bishop at email@example.com for application procedures and deadlines.
Students applying from outside Ontario will be required to present evidence of equivalent standing, including those required courses listed in the section Ontario Secondary School Applicants Program Specific Requirements. Academic standings deemed to be equivalent are listed in the previous section Academic Course Equivalencies - Out of Province Specific Requirements.
It is your responsibility to ensure that your application information is truthful, complete and correct. If any information in your application is determined to be false or misleading, concealed or withheld, your application may be invalid and this could result in immediate refusal of further admission consideration, or revocation of an offer of admission and de-registration in all courses at Laurier. Students are required to produce documentation verifying their identity, once on campus.