Conditional Offers Of Admission

Conditional Offers Of Admission

Any offer of admission that you recieve from the University of Guelph is conditional. Specific information is listed below.
 

Offer Conditions for Canadian Provinces and Territories:

  • You must achieve the minimum final average (including specific subject requirements), indicated in your offer of admission by August 13, 2021. 
  • You must achieve your High School Diploma by August 13.
  • Applicants within Canada, outside of Ontario can view specific conditions here: https://admission.uoguelph.ca/outofprov.


Offer Conditions for International Students:

For information specific to international students, please visit https://admission.uoguelph.ca/covid-19-information-international-applicants.


Submitting Final Grades


Applicants within Ontario:

  • If you applied on the OUAC 101 application, your final grades must be submitted to the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre by August 13.
  • If you applied on the OUAC 105 application, your official transcript must be received in Admission Services by August 13.

Applicants Within Canada, Outside of Ontario:

  • Your final transcript, submitted directly by the Ministry of Education or issuing school, must be received in Admission Services by August 13.  
  • CEGEP applicants (Quebec): Your results will be sent automatically via the OUAC if your Quebec CÉGEP code is present on your application. If not, your final transcript must be submitted by your CÉGEP directly to Admission Services. 

Special Notes:

  1. Part-time Studies: At the University of Guelph we do not have special admission requirements or criteria for part-time studies. To apply to a degree program, you must be qualified for admission; you must possess prerequisite courses and the required admission average. The number of courses you register for is your choice. If you register in fewer than 2.00 credits in a semester you are considered to be part-time. The application process is the same as for full-time students.
  2. Semester Entry Points: Semester one (currently registered high school students or graduates) applicants are considered for the Fall semester only. Post-secondary transfer students are normally considered for all three entry points. Some programs, however, may have limited access or no entry during the Winter and Summer entry points. A minority of programs have only Fall entry. Only those students who have completed post-secondary studies (i.e. college/university with a minimum of 2.0 transfer credits) may be considered for Winter or Summer entry. Entry point options are listed by program and specialization within the online application.