Frequently Asked Questions

What qualifies as Social Sciences?

Courses involving social, cultural or geographical aspects of a population. Examples would include Sociology, Public Health, Gender Studies, and Anthropology.

What will the new Foundations curriculum look like?

When are offers made?

Offers of admission will start to be sent out in the 2nd week of May. 

When calculating GPA, are grades weighted differently based on my year of study?

No. Grades are not weighted differently based on your year of study.

When calculating GPA, are grades weighted differently based on my year of study?

 No. Grades are not weighted differently based on your year of study.

When can I call for feedback on my file?

We do not provide personalized feedback on applications.

When do I receive the second portion of my funding?

Generally, OSAP and other government aid are not released all at once. Some is released when you register and begin classes and the rest is released at the start of your second term in January.

When do interviews take place?

Interviews take place between February and April. Applicants are notified by e-mail on an ongoing basis, as the files are reviewed.

When I pick the activities/achievements to write about for the three brief ABS statements, is it better if they were medically-related or if they happened overseas?

No. The most important thing is that the three activities show evidence of the attribute clusters. The nature or location of the activity is not relevant to the assessment.

When should I call to ask about the status of my application?

We are not able to provide status information on your application.