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Wilfrid Laurier University Leaf
October 26, 2014
 
 
Canadian Excellence

Application Procedures for Full-Time Studies (105 applicants)




You are not currently registered in an Ontario secondary school day program.

You will complete the 105 application if you are:

  • A Canadian citizen, international applicant; or
  • A permanent resident of Canada or you are currently studying in Canada on a study permit or other visa
  • Transferring from a postsecondary institution
  • Taking courses at night school, by correspondence, or other distance education modes of study
  • Attending secondary school during the day, but will have fewer than six 4U or 4M courses 
New Student: Application Procedures

Applicants who are not currently attending an Ontario Secondary School on a full-time basis should follow this process. This includes students who are transferring from another post-secondary institution.

Please complete the online application form available through the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC).  

On a single application form, you can apply for admission to three different Universities in Ontario for an application service fee of $135 (non-refundable).

All applicants are also required to submit to OUAC a non-refundable $60 document assessment fee.  This document assessment fee does not apply to students who are completing their final year at a Canadian Secondary School or any program at Six Nations Polytechnic on a full-time basis.

The OUAC web site provides additional information on fees and payment of fees.  If the appropriate fees are not submitted your application will not be processed.  All fees are payable in Canadian dollars.

After you submit your application for admission to the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC) it will be forwarded to the Recruitment & Admissions Office at Laurier.  We will send you an email confirmation that will include your Laurier ID number, which will allow you to check the status of your application. If you have not received this email, please contact us at chooselaurier@wlu.ca  or by calling 519.884.0710 x3385.

When we receive your application and other necessary documents, an Admissions Coordinator will review your file and determine if you are eligible to receive an Offer of Admission.  You are advised to apply and submit the required documentation as soon as possible.

The applicant is responsible for requesting official transcripts from both Secondary and Post-secondary schools.  The transcripts must be sent directly from the issuing institution to the Recruitment & Admissions Office at Wilfrid Laurier University.

You must disclose all of your post-secondary education at the time you apply for admission. It is your responsibility to ensure that your application information is truthful, complete and correct. The university reserves the right to verify any information provided as part of your application. If any information in your application is determined to be false or misleading, concealed or withheld, your application may be invalidated and this could result in its immediate rejection or in the revocation of an offer of admission or registration at a university. Information about a rejection of your application may be shared with universities and colleges across Canada. The determination of whether an application contains false or misleading information or that you have concealed or withheld information, and with which universities or colleges this information may be shared, is solely in the discretion of the OUAC and/or the university(ies) to which you have applied.

Please Note: Applicants who have been required to withdraw from any other Post-secondary institution must adhere to the same re-admission procedures as Laurier students, and are only eligible for part-time studies.

 
Returning Laurier Students: Application Procedures (Full-Time)

If you are a returning Laurier student, please go to the Office of the Registrar website for further information.

 
Letter of Permission: Application Procedures (Full-Time)

Students registered at another university wishing to take courses for transfer credit to their home university may register on a Letter of Permission.  Please visit the Registrar's Office website for further information on this process.

 
International Applicants: Application Procedures (Full-Time)


International Applicants

 
Application Deadline Dates

The university reserves the right to close admission to any program, prior to or after the deadline dates quoted, upon all places being filled by qualified applicants. Therefore, applicants are advised to apply and submit the required documentation as soon as possible. Entry into the programs, options, faculties, and schools of the university is competitive. Possession of the minimum requirements for entry does not guarantee admission.

Please note: Applications will not be assessed until proper official documentation has been received. The applicant is responsible for requesting official transcripts from both secondary and post-secondary schools. The transcripts must be sent directly from the issuing institution to the Admissions Office at Wilfrid Laurier University. Upon receipt and review of all official transcripts and any supporting documentation, the applicant will be notified of the admission decision.

Entry Point
Application Deadline
Document Deadline
January 2015  * November 14, 2014 (space permitting)
December 17, 2014
May 2015
March 13, 2015
April 1, 2015
September 2015 May 1, 2015 May 15, 2015

Admission for January 2015 is subject to space availability. More information will be posted in early November.

Note: The following programs are only available full-time, September entry: Honours Business Administration programs; Honours Economics; Honours Applied Economics; Honours Health Science; Honours Kinesiology and Physical Education; Honours Music; Honours Christian Studies and Global Citizenship; Honours BASc Health Sciences (Laurier Brantford campus) and the Concurrent Education programs (Laurier Brantford Campus).

Note: In some programs, students may begin Year 1 studies on a part-time or full-time basis in the winter term (January). This entry point is designed to meet the needs of those students who have been working or travelling or those who wish to transfer from another university. Offers of Admission to full-time studies will only be made if spaces are available.

 

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