2005-2006 University of Guelph Undergraduate Calendar

IV. Admission Information

Advanced Standing Entry Points

Students applying from another post-secondary institution as advanced standing applicants may apply to the Fall entry point only. Applicants are considered as 'Advanced Standing' if they will receive 2.00 or more transfer credits upon admission. Applicants to the University are requested, where possible, to indicate on the Ontario Universities' Application Centre form their subject of primary interest. In many cases the program code to be inserted on the application form will include the subject of primary interest as outlined in the following table. It should be noted that an offer of admission applies to both the degree program and to the major area of study specified in the offer.

Because enrolment in certain courses is limited by the availability of resources, the University cannot guarantee that all students wishing to take a particular specialization will be accommodated. Applicants wishing to enrol in courses offered in the distance only mode for personal interest or for professional development should contact the Office of Open Learning for further information and to obtain the appropriate application form.