2007-2008 University of Guelph Undergraduate Calendar

IV. Admission Information

Application Procedures

Applicants from Ontario Not Currently Enrolled in Secondary School

Applicants who are not currently enrolled in an Ontario secondary school as a day school student should use the OUAC 105 application form. This includes the following types of applicants: adult, night school, correspondence, those who previously obtained the Secondary School Honour Graduation Diploma or the Ontario Secondary School Diploma.

Applicants who apply to more than one program at the University of Guelph will have their highest choice program considered first. Only in the event that a student is ineligible for admission to the highest choice program will consideration be given to the lower choices. Students who apply directly to a Co-op program and who are not admitted will be considered for the regular degree program.

Many students may wish to present additional information for consideration by the Committee on Admissions. This may be information pertaining to their academic background, employment data, reasons for requesting admission or proposed program of study. This information should be submitted directly to Admission Services, Office of Registrarial Services, Level 3, University Centre, University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, N1G 2W1. If there is no additional information submitted, the decision of the Admissions Committee will be based strictly on academic performance as indicated on all official transcripts submitted.