Three to five days after you have submitted your online application through OUAC and paid the non-refundable application fee, you'll receive an email from email@example.com advising you to upload the additional required documentation to the Laurier Online Registration and Information System (LORIS). Each program requires different documents, so review the application checklist, found on each program’s page, to ensure you upload all required documents.
LORIS is a secure self-service site where you can view your application and upload the supplemental materials. Registered Laurier students also use LORIS to add and drop courses, apply for bursary funding, update address information, retrieve tax documentation, review (and accept/decline) any offered financial support, request official Laurier transcripts and more.
Go to the LORIS website.
Log in using your nine-digit student ID number and a personal identification number (PIN). The first time you use LORIS, your PIN number will be your date of birth in the format MMDDYY (for example, if your birthday is March 29, 1988, your PIN would be 032988).
After logging in, you will be told your PIN has expired. You’ll need to change your PIN and add security questions to continue.
If you enter the wrong PIN five times, LORIS will lock you out. To reset your PIN to your birthdate, email firstname.lastname@example.org to have it reset.
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By applying to Laurier, applicants verify that the information in their application is true, complete and correct, and that all information relevant to a decision on the application has been disclosed. It is the responsibility of each applicant to keep Laurier informed of any relevant changes to information or application materials that may occur between the date of submission of the application and its supporting documents, and any subsequent registration at Laurier.
Applicants acknowledge that application information is collected under the authority of the Wilfrid Laurier University Act to administer the university-student relationship. This includes, but is not limited to, maintaining academic and ancillary records, contacting applicants and others on your behalf, and releasing such information as is appropriate for the operation of the university. Visit Laurier's Privacy Coordinator Office and the Notice of Collection and Use or Disclosure of Personal Information webpage for more information.
Application information is collected under the authority of the Wilfrid Laurier University Act to administer the university-student relationship. This includes but is not limited to maintaining your academic and ancillary records, contacting you, and others, on your behalf, and releasing such information as is appropriate for the operation of the university.
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