If you apply using the 101 application, your high school will distribute letters in October or November with the information you will need to apply online.
These letters will include your Application Access Code, School Number, Student Number and temporary Personal Identification Number (PIN).
The deadline to submit completed applications to the OUAC is usually in mid-January; visit the OUAC website for important dates and deadlines.
After you complete your application, you must pay a non-refundable fee before the OUAC will process your application to the universities of your choice.
You can pay in 1 of 2 ways:
- Credit card (Visa, MasterCard or American Express). VISA and Mastercard debit cards are not accepted.
- Online banking (Canadian banks and credit unions only). This usually takes 2 to 5 business days.
If you apply using the 105 application, you must arrange to send your transcripts to the universities you are applying to. The 105 application is available mid-September on the OUAC website.
If you are submitting high school or postsecondary transcripts from schools outside of Ontario, you will need to contact those schools directly and arrange for them to send transcripts to the universities you applied to. Transcripts should not be sent to the OUAC.
A transcript is a copy of your academic record and includes all of the grades and courses you successfully and unsuccessfully completed, including courses you withdrew from after the registration deadline.