How do I change my address? What is an “official” transcript and where do I send it? What are the deadlines? How long does the application process take? How can I check my status? Where will I live when I come to U of T? What kind of financial assistance can I get? Engineering applicants can check their admission status by logging in to their Engineering Applicant Portal.
Answers to these questions and more, in this section.
If you have already applied, go to JOIN U of T, our online gateway for applicants and admitted students. Through the site you can check your application status, participate in live chats with program representatives, ask and answer questions, and offer your opinion on posts.
Next Steps: Your Guide to the 2016-2017 Undergraduate Application Process
Now that we have received your undergraduate application it’s time for you to learn more about the application process and the documentation you may need to provide. Choose the appropriate heading below.
Before you get started, here are a few important points to keep in mind:
- Correspondence will be sent to you by post or by email
- The name on your paper and electronic documents should match the name on your OUAC application
- Include your U of T applicant number, and OUAC Reference Number on all paper documents
- Send all documents to Enrolment Services unless instructed otherwise
- Use JOIN U of T to review the status of your application
All other undergraduate applicants (105/Internal/Part-time/U of T International)
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