Congratulations! We can’t wait to welcome you to the Laurier family.
First things first: Accept your offer of admission through OUAC. Detailed instructions are on your offer letter. Then, review the checklist below for guidance through the next steps.
Don’t miss a thing! Check off each of these milestones so you can rest easy.
|▢||Accept your offer of admission through OUAC. (You’ll find detailed instructions in your offer of admission letter.)|
|▢||Make sure your final grades meet conditions outlined in your offer of admission. Let us know if you plan to attend summer school to upgrade.|
|▢||Register with the Accessible Learning Centre (if applicable).|
|▢||Set up your Laurier email.|
|▢||Send in your residence form and $600 deposit.|
|▢||Register for courses – registration opens early June.
|▢||Register for Headstart and a course-registration webinar (if applicable).|
|▢||Have a car? (Lucky you!) Once you have registered for classes, you can apply for a parking pass.|
|▢||Explore how to get involved once you land on campus in September.|
|▢||Familiarize yourself with our services.|
|▢||Find out how to pay your tuition, and explore the ways you can get financial assistance.|
|▢||Get your OneCard.|
|▢||Register for Orientation Week.|
In addition to the milestones above, transfer students have a few other things to add to their checklist:
A full list of important academic dates can be found on the undergraduate academic calendar.
If you are purchasing a new computer or tablet to bring to Laurier, please be aware that your new system will need to connect to a wireless network as there is no general access wired capability in student areas around campus, including residence. It's also important that your new system has either 5Ghz or "dual band" wireless radio technology. Some systems support only the 2.4 Ghz band, which is also commonly used by smart phones and other wireless devices. This band can quickly become saturated, resulting in poor performance. A 5 Ghz or dual band system has a better chance of establishing a responsive wireless connection. This feature can be as important a characteristic of your new system as memory or processor speed.
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