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Step 1: Research Your University Selections

Check out university publications and university websites.
Visit eINFO and the 101 application to browse programs
Record your program choices and their OUAC codes.
Make note of all admission requirements and programspecific deadlines.
Review the 101 Application Guide.
Attend the Ontario Universities Fair (OUF) and/or the
University Information Program (UIP).


Step 2: Gather Information Needed to Apply

In October/November your high school will distribute
Application Access Code letters that contain the information
required to apply online:
School Number
Student Number
Temporary PIN
Narrow down your university program selections by talking to
your parents, teachers and guidance counsellors about your
interests and options.
Watch the instructional video on how to apply online.
Review the 101 Important Dates.


Step 3: Apply
Use the information in your Application Access Code Letter to log
in to your online application.
Complete all sections of the application.
Review your program selections before clicking I Verify and
Submit your application, with payment, well before the
101 application deadline and any university program-specific
Record the OUAC Reference Number you receive and keep it in
a safe place. You will require this number, along with your
password, for future access to your application, and to respond to
university offers of admission.


Step 4: After Applying

Log in to your online application to verify the details. Review and
make any necessary changes.Note: During peak periods it can take
up to 2 weeks to process your application.
Ensure spam filters are set to accept email from the OUAC and the
universities you applied to. Email is the primary mode of
communication for the universities and the OUAC.
The universities will acknowledge that they received your
After you receive your report card, log in to verify your grades
information. Notify your guidance office of any necessary corrections.
Visit a university. University open houses and campus visits are
great ways to experience first-hand what campus life is like and help
you decide which university is the best fit for you.
Expect to receive either an offer of admission or a refusal from the
universities you applied to by the end of May. Review the
101 Important Dates.

Important Dates
By the end of November 2016
You will receive your Application Access Code Letter from your guidance counsellor with your school number,
student number and temporary PIN. Keep this letter for your records. You will need this information to apply.
January 11, 2017
Deadline to submit your completed application to the OUAC.
Note: The OUAC still processes applications received after this date and distributes them to the universities.
However, specific university deadlines will apply.
The initial application includes all final grades from completed Grade 11 and 12 courses and a list of all currentyear courses in progress.
January 19, 2017
Target date for Ontario universities to receive all application data and grades from the OUAC for all applications
submitted by January 11, 2017.
February 3, 2017
Recommended last date for you to submit all information to the OUAC to be considered for early admission. This
information includes university and program changes and additional active choices.
Note: This is not a deadline. The OUAC accepts and processes changes at any time.
May 26, 2017
The latest date you can expect the following responses from an Ontario university:

an offer of admission;

a refusal; or

a deferral, pending additionalinformation.

June 1, 2017
The earliest date you may be required to respond to an Ontario university offer of admission and give a financial
commitment (e.g., registration deposit, residence deposit, etc.).




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