You can fill out most of the forms online through the Ontario Universities' Application Centre (OUAC) website.
Admission fees are applicable.
If you're applying to a direct-entry faculty for full-time studies
OUAC 101: For students who are currently studying during the day at an Ontario secondary school or who have received their Ontario Secondary School Diploma within the past seven months.
- students who are studying part time, evenings or in a secondary school for adults
- Canadian citizens who received a secondary school diploma more than seven months ago, but within the last two years
- permanent residents, people living in Canada who hold a study permit or Canadian visa
- Canadian citizens living outside of Canada.
OUAC 105F: For people outside of Canada who are not Canadian citizens or permanent residents.
If you're applying to a professional faculty for full-time studies
Note: You must use these forms even if you have studied at the University of Ottawa.
TEAS (Ontario faculties of education): For applicants to Ontario teacher education programs.
OLSAS (Ontario law schools): For applicants to Ontario common law programs.
OMSAS (Ontario medical schools): For applicants to Ontario medical schools.
OUAC 105D: For applicants to an Ontario civil law program who have never studied at the University of Ottawa or Saint Paul University.
Application for Undergraduate Admission: For applicants to an Ontario civil law program who have studied at the University of Ottawa or Saint Paul University.
Application for Undergraduate Admission: For applicants to the National Program in law.
If you’re applying for part-time studies or a certificate program
Application for Undergraduate Admission: For applicants for part-time studies or to the part-time, mode alternatif, éducation technologique or Aboriginal Teacher Education Program BEd, or to a certificate program.
If you're currently studying or have studied in the past 24 months at the University of Ottawa
Make changes to your undergraduate program: For students who want to make changes to their current program or change faculty; for current University of Ottawa students or those who have studied at the University of Ottawa in the past 24 months (not as special student).
If you're applying to the B.Sc. in Nursing and hold a diploma in nursing
Application for Undergraduate Admission: For applicants to the two-year bachelor’s program for registered nurses (offered in French only) or to the second entry to Baccalaureate of Science in Nursing program
Note: Nursing — We do not accept applications for second year.
If you’re currently studying in a joint program
Application for Undergraduate Admission: For applicants who are currently in a joint program offered by the University of Ottawa and either La Cité collégiale or Algonquin College who need to continue their program at the University of Ottawa.
To check the status of your application
Go to InfoWeb, the student portal, and follow these steps:
- Select the profile Applicant/Student.
- Enter your student number and password supplied in your Acknowledgment of receipt.
- Click on Submit
- Select Admission in the left-hand menu
- Select Admission Undergraduate Program, Application Status
- Choose the program (under My applications) you want to check.