- Apply online!
Start and submit your application online! It’s free to apply until January 31st (after which it becomes $40 to apply).
- Send in your transcripts
Request and submit up-to-date and official transcripts from your high school(s). Transcripts need to come to us directly from the guidance office (whether it be a hard copy by mail or a photocopy by email).
Who is considered a mature student? Those who are at least 21 years old, have never studied at a university or college, and have not attended a high school full-time for at least two years.To be considered for admission, a mature student, must be able to:
Demonstrate their potential for academic success at university through transcripts for any secondary school completed, college entrance test scores and/or letters of reference.
Additional Program Requirements
If you know what program(s) you are interested in, make sure you read about the potential additional program requirements found on the program’s page.
All students are required to be proficient in the English language.
Applying as a Mature Student
Normally, applicants admitted as mature students will be placed on academic probation. Some mature applicants may be asked to attend an interview with the Admissions Committee.