COVID-19 and Your Application

We understand this is a stressful time for you. School closures and exam delays are affecting both high school and postsecondary students around the world. 

We understand there will be disruptions and we will do everything possible to minimize the impact on your application. We will continue to assess applications and extend offers of admission based on academic and test results available.

We are closely monitoring secondary and postsecondary education systems in Canada and around the world, as well as the status of various tests that we require for admission to Western. We will offer as much flexibility with key dates and deadlines as possible. Continue to check your Student Center (student.uwo.ca) for the most up-to-date status of your application.

Updated information about COVID-19 and admission to Western will be posted here as it emerges. If you have any questions about your own application, email us at welcome@uwo.ca.

See more: COVID-19 Information for the Western Community.

Frequently Asked Questions

What will the fall term look like?

Western will offer a full fall semester.

We will continue to carefully follow ministry and public health regulations, while preserving as many in-person experiences as possible.

Currently, we anticipate that between 25-30 per cent of our courses will have an on-campus experience. The availability of on-campus experiences, however, will differ depending on your course selection, your program and year of study, and further details will be shared during the registration process.

Many of our largest courses will be delivered online throughout the fall and winter terms, but we are looking to provide small group experiences as well. Some of these experiences will be virtual and some will be face to face as the conditions allow.

Access to libraries, computer labs and other learning and personal resources may be different than in the past. We will share more information on this as it becomes available.

We will continue to provide support to help you manage your academics, finances and well-being so you can thrive even if you’re not on campus. Visit the Digital Student Experience page for a variety of resources.

Take a look at the COVID-19 FAQs and the Western Community or more details.

Will classes be offered in-person or online or both?

As we work to help you achieve your academic and personal development goals, we will enable as many in-person experiences as possible while following the advice of public health. Currently, we anticipate that between 25-30 per cent of our courses will have an on-campus experience.

Many of our largest courses will be delivered online throughout the fall and winter terms, but we are looking to provide small group experiences as well. Some of these experiences will be virtual and some will be face to face as the conditions allow.

Access to libraries, computer labs and other learning and personal resources may be different than in the past. We will share more information on this as it becomes available.

We will continue to provide support to help you manage your academics, finances and well-being so you can thrive even if you’re not on campus. Visit the Digital Student Experience page for a variety of resources.

If some classes are in person, will every student be expected to come or can they be done online?

If the courses selected by a student are offered in in-person format, the student will be required to be in attendance. Some courses may be offered in both in-person format and online format. When this is the situation, the student may select the online version, and should ensure there are no face to face requirements in any lab or tutorials, associated with an online course. More information is available from the Office of the Registrar.

How do I get counselling for my first year courses?

We strongly encourage you to participate in Summer Academic Orientation (SAO), a free virtual program to assist incoming students with their course selection. Participating in SAO will help answer your questions about programs and mode of delivery - online or with an in-person component. SAO will also help you understand the programs and services and supports available to help you feel confident about your personal decisions, progress towards your degree and your social experiences during your time at Western.

After your SAO appointment, if you still need help creating a conflict-free schedule, we encourage you to book a virtual timetable session with one of our staff.

How do I register for my first year courses?

Enrolment appointments for first-year students start Saturday, June 6 for the Fall/Winter 2020 term. Check your Western email account for your specific enrollment appointment time.

The mode of delivery of courses will be described in the “Draft My Schedule” on your Student Centre (student.uwo.ca). Components of your course (lecture, lab, tutorial) will be labeled online or in-person. Be sure to check each component.

View more information on registration for new students.

What is Western doing about physical distancing and the on-campus student experiences?

Physical distancing requirements will reduce the capacity of our campus. Depending on the directions we get from public health, the capacity reductions could be significant..

Many of our largest courses will be delivered online throughout the fall and winter terms, but we are looking to provide small group experiences as well. Some of these experiences will be virtual and some will be face to face as the conditions allow.

Will residence be open in the fall?

Planning is underway, in consultation with our local health authorities, to ensure we can safely accommodate students while implementing physical distancing measures. Please read more about our plans on our COVID-19 Residence FAQ website.

Can I defer my offer of admission to 2021?

If you have been offered admission to First Year Full-Time studies and you are unable to begin your undergraduate degree studies in September 2020, you may request a one-year deferral of your offer of admission.

Deferrals are not guaranteed and will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis. Deferrals are not permitted for Nursing programs and may be limited in other Faculty/Programs.

If you are requesting a deferral and you were eligible for an Admission Scholarship this year, you will be considered for Admission Scholarships based on eligibility requirements next year based on your final high school average including prerequisites as calculated by Western. The Western Scholarship of Excellence and National Scholarships are not deferrable.

If you have received a Guaranteed Offer of Residence for September 2020 and if your deferral of admission request is granted, you must contact Residence Admissions regarding any prepayments made for September 2020 and for additional information regarding future residence applications and placement. 

  1. Deferral Request Forms will be available on June 3, 2020 at welcome.uwo.ca/forms
  • The deadline to submit the Deferral Request form is August 1, 2020.
  • Complete all required fields on the form. (Refer to your Offer of Admission for information.)
  1. Deferral decisions will be made throughout the month of August when we have confirmed that you have met ALL conditions of your admission. Decisions will be made based on your reason for requesting a deferral and your final average. You will be notified of the decision by email. Please ensure your email address on the OUAC is updated.
  2. If your request for deferral is granted you must:
  • Pay a tuition deposit of $250.00 by September 7, 2020. This will be credited toward your tuition should you register at Western for classes commencing September 2021. Should you not register, this fee and any other fees paid will be forfeited.
  • Reapply through the OUAC (ouac.on.ca) by January 15, 2021 to the Faculty/Program for which your deferral was granted. Fees paid to reapply through the OUAC will also be credited to your tuition account (application and application evaluation fee). Should you not register, these fees will not be refunded.
  • Contact Residence Admissions if you have received a Guaranteed Offer of Residence and made a prepayment for September 2020.

NOTE: You may not attend another postsecondary institution between July 1, 2020 and September 1, 2021 otherwise your deferral will be cancelled and any payments and/or deposits will be forfeited.

I’m a parent and I’m worried how this situation will affect my student. What can I do to help?

Help your student stay calm. The most important thing you can help with is providing a supportive and safe environment for your student. We are doing everything we can to make sure their journey to university is not affected by this situation.

Can I sign up for a campus tour?

Following provincial and local health unit's recommendations, our campus is currently closed so we are unable to host you on a tour. You can look around campus, inside buildings and classrooms, and inside our residence buildings on our virtual tour.

Can I speak with an advisor, professor, or student in my faculty or program?

Absolutely! Here's how:

 

I am an international applicant. Will I be able to begin classes in the Fall if travel restrictions are still in place?

Current travel restrictions prevent new students from entering Canada unless you received your Study Permit approval before March 18. Before booking your flight you will need to check the latest travel restrictions exemptions to determine if travelling to Canada is possible. Learn more about Canada’s travel restrictions.

If exempted from travel restrictions, you will also be required to quarantine yourself for 14 days after entry into Canada and follow other travel requirements. You are expected to make the necessary arrangements that would allow you to do that.

We are committed to finding ways to allow newly enrolled students, including international students, to begin their studies at Western in the 2020-21 academic year, virtually or in person. For more details visit the IESC COVID-19 FAQ website.

What can I expect in September?

The health and safety of our campus community is our top priority.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, we have and will continue to implement some significant changes. Western is working with a global architecture and space planning firm to help inform this important work around the use of our spaces.

When you come to campus things will look and feel a bit different: some new rules about how we gather together, changes to our physical spaces.

Our students, faculty and staff will be important partners in these efforts. When each of us adheres to these changes and follows appropriate precautions, we make our entire community safer.

For those students who are able to travel from outside of Canada to be with us in London, arrangements are being made to support you during the mandatory 14-day quarantine, well ahead of the beginning of the school year.

How can I prepare for my studies at Western?

You can prepare for university academics and make a connection to your Western community by joining us for Thriving Foundations this summer. This three-part transition program is designed to make sure you thrive at Western.

  • SmartStart Western: a series of online courses to help you review grade 12 concepts in math, science, and English writing, as well as learning university-level study skills.
  • Community Connections: a one-day in-person experience on campus this summer with other first-year students in your program.
  • Peer Program: Your very own upper-year coach to guide you through your first semester—online or otherwise.

If courses are online in the fall, how will I make new friends?

When you come to university, it’s not just about classes. A big part of your experience is about connecting with new people, making friends and learning new perspectives on things. Western has a very tight-knit community of students. We are putting a lot of work into making sure that you will be able to find a place where you belong, whether you’re learning online, or in class. We have a lot of programs that are designed to connect you with other students.

Learning online is a different experience, but it doesn’t mean you won’t find new friends. Western is doing a lot to make sure you thrive no matter where you start your journey with us. We’ve mobilized an entire Digital Student Experience which you can learn more about by visiting our website. You can also visit the University Students’ Council page to find out what your student leaders are planning for you in online spaces.

Our best advice is to find a mentor. We will help you with that, so be sure to check out the following programs:

These programs will be available even if we’re online and will help ensure you have lots of opportunities to find mentors for your journey. And mentors are basically built-in friends to get you started!

This summer, we’re launching Thriving Foundations, a new program aimed at providing first-year students with the best academic and student experience possible. This includes academic supports, assistance in making community connections and a peer coaching program.

As part of the Thriving Foundations program, Western is planning to host one-day intensive experiences on campus in July and August (subject to public health regulations). Students will be grouped with others in their program and will get to spend a day of learning and fun together. Details will be sent to incoming students in June.

No matter what happens in September, you’ll be part of an amazing and vibrant community at Western. The people who choose to come here do so, in part, because they care about the community. So, there will be lots of students looking for new friends just like you, and we’re here to help you find each other.

I've accepted my offer to Western! If it's not possible for me to come to London, can I study from home?

With many courses being offered online, there may be no requirement for you to move to Ontario during the fall term. You should consult with your Faculty in advance and take part in Summer Academic Orientation to get advice specific to your situation. Also ensure there is no face to face requirements in any lab or tutorials, associated with an online course.

Will my tuition be reduced because of course delivery in an online format?

Tuition will not be reduced as course content and assessments still need to be developed and delivered, and assignments and exams graded.

How is Western adapting their entrance requirements and/or scholarship & bursary processes for 2020-2021, if at all?

Admission Scholarships will be distributed to students admitted directly from high school based on their final grade 12 admission average, including pre-requisites, as calculated by Western. All first-year students meeting the eligibility requirements will be considered for these scholarships. Semester 1 and 2 marks are weighted equally. For more information visit our scholarships webpage.

Is Western providing financial assistance to students affected by COVID-19?

Western recognizes that the current COVID-19 situation is having unforeseen financial impacts on our incoming students and their families, and we want to provide them with support to help with costs for their first year of studies at Western.

To help alleviate the financial challenges some students will face this year, Western is offering $25 million dollars in student financial aid.

This includes a $2500 credit towards first year residence costs to first year, high school applicants whose parent(s) are eligible for the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB), and who will be living in Western residence for the 2020-2021 year. To claim the residence credit, qualified students must identify themselves to our office by submitting the Admission Bursary Application, and by providing documentation to prove their parent(s) CERB eligibility.

Students who demonstrate additional financial need through their Admission Bursary application, can receive an Admission Bursary to assist with their costs for first year, in addition to the $2500 residence credit. Please visit our Admission Bursary webpage for more information. The deadline to apply is July 6, 2020.

For more information on financial supports please visit our Financial Support webpage.

What mental health/well-being supports will be in place for Western students when there is a return to on-site learning?

There are a multitude of supports for incoming and current students – from academic and learning to health and well-being, to social connections, and financial supports. Visit our Digital Student Experience website to learn more.

What supports will be in place for supporting students with online learning / virtual learning platforms?

There are a multitude of supports for incoming and current students – from academic and learning to health and well-being, to social connections, and financial supports. Visit our Digital Student Experience website to learn more.

Updates for Students Studying in Canada

Alberta/Northwest Territories/Nunavut

Final Grades, Transcripts and Graduation

  • The Alberta Ministry of Education has confirmed that all students will receive final grades and a report card appropriate to their grade level.
  • Grade 12 diploma exams are cancelled; high school students on track to receive 100 + credits will still be eligible to graduate.

If you have an offer of admission to Western...

  • You must meet all conditions of your admission noted on your personalized offer portal (choose.uwo.ca) or in your Student Center (student.uwo.ca).
  • If in the future it is determined that final grades will be unavailable, your current Grade 12 grades will be accepted as final grades.

British Columbia and Yukon

Final Grades, Transcripts and Graduation

  • The B.C. Ministry of Education has reported that every student in Grade 12 will receive a final mark for the 2019-20 school year.
  • Students who are on track and eligible to graduate from Grade 12 this school year will graduate.

If you have an offer of admission to Western...

  • You must meet all conditions of your admission noted on your personalized offer portal (choose.uwo.ca) or in your Student Center (student.uwo.ca).
  • If in the future it is determined that final grades will be unavailable, your current Grade 12 grades will be accepted as final grades.

Manitoba

Final Grades, Transcripts and Graduation

  • The Manitoba Education has indicated that no student will be held back and students on track to graduate will graduate.
  • Grade 12 provincial assessments have been cancelled however assessment of learning will continue. All students will receive a final grade and report card.

If you have an offer of admission to Western...

  • You must meet all conditions of your admission noted on your personalized offer portal (choose.uwo.ca) or in your Student Center (student.uwo.ca).
  • If in the future it is determined that final grades will be unavailable, your current Grade 12 grades will be accepted as final grades.

New Brunswick

Final Grades, Transcripts and Graduation

  • The Department of Education has announced that Grade 12 students on track to graduate as of January 2020 will graduate in June 2020.

If you have an offer of admission to Western...

  • You must meet all conditions of your admission noted on your personalized offer portal (choose.uwo.ca) or in your Student Center (student.uwo.ca).
  • If in the future it is determined that final grades will be unavailable, your current Grade 12 grades will be accepted as final grades.

Newfoundland and Labrador

Final Grades, Transcripts and Graduation

  • The Department of Education and Early Childhood Development has announced there will be no public exams this year.
  • Students who are on track and eligible to graduate from Grade 12 this school year will graduate.

If you have an offer of admission to Western...

  • You must meet all conditions of your admission noted on your personalized offer portal (choose.uwo.ca) or in your Student Center (student.uwo.ca).
  • If in the future it is determined that final grades will be unavailable, your current Grade 12 grades will be accepted as final grades.

Nova Scotia

Final Grades, Transcripts and Graduation

  • The Department of Education and Early Childhood Development has announced that all tests and exams are cancelled. This includes provincial assessments, Nova Scotia Exams, and final exams in all courses. Families will receive March and April report cards and end of year report cards.
  • Students who are on track and eligible to graduate from Grade 12 this school year will graduate.

If you have an offer of admission to Western...

  • You must meet all conditions of your admission noted on your personalized offer portal (choose.uwo.ca) or in your Student Center (student.uwo.ca).
  • If in the future it is determined that final grades will be unavailable, your current Grade 12 grades will be accepted as final grades.

Ontario

Final Grades, Transcripts and Graduation

  • The Ministry of Education has confirmed that all students will receive final grades at the end of the school year. Teachers will assess progress on at-home work and assign final grades.
  • Midterm grades continue to be submitted to The Ontario Universities Application Center (OUAC). More information is also available on the OUAC FAQ.
  • Universities will receive grades from the OUAC between April 23 and May 1. Additional admission decisions will be extended during the month of May.
  • The Ontario Ministry of Education has confirmed that the literacy requirement for students graduating in the 2019-20 school year has been waived. Students otherwise on track and eligible to graduate, will graduate.
  • If you are registered to take a course outside of your home school, make sure it is a Ministry-accredited and approved school that offers the same rigorous curriculum and level of instruction as your high school. Grades must be reported through OUAC.

Offer Rounds

  • The criteria we used for the April round of offers was based on a review of overall achievement in both Grade 11 and Grade 12, and achievement, in particular, Grade 11 and Grade 12 STEM and non-STEM courses.
  • There will be more offers extended in May once Western receives Grade 12 second semester mid-term grades and mid-year grades for full-year courses. All applications that have not received a decision will be reviewed in this round. All admissions decisions for Ontario high school applicants will be extended by May 27.

If you have an offer of admission to Western...

  • You must meet all conditions of your admission noted on your personalized offer portal (choose.uwo.ca).

Prince Edward Island

Final Grades, Transcripts and Graduation

  • The Department of Education and Lifelong Learning has announced that Grade 12 students on track to graduate and engaged in learning prior to the school closures, will have the opportunity to graduate.

If you have an offer of admission to Western...

  • You must meet all conditions of your admission noted on your personalized offer portal (choose.uwo.ca) or in your Student Center (student.uwo.ca).
  • If in the future it is determined that final grades will be unavailable, your current Grade 12 grades will be accepted as final grades.

Quebec

Final Grades and Transcripts (CEGEP)

  • Your results will be sent automatically via the OUAC if your Quebec CÉGEP code is included on your application.
  • Rather than giving a final numerical mark, instructors may also grant "equivalence," indicating that the objectives of the course have been achieved.

If you have an offer of admission to Western...

  • You must meet all conditions of your admission noted on your personalized offer portal (choose.uwo.ca) or in your Student Center (student.uwo.ca).

Saskatchewan

Final Grades, Transcripts and Graduation

  • The Ministry of Education has indicated Grade 12 students will receive a final grade based on their current grade (as of March 13). Students will be afforded the opportunity to improve their mark – if they choose – through distance and alternative learning methods provided by their school division.
  • Every student who is eligible to graduate from Grade 12 this year will graduate.

If you have an offer of admission to Western...

  • You must meet all conditions of your admission noted on your personalized offer portal (choose.uwo.ca) or in your Student Center (student.uwo.ca).
  • If in the future it is determined that final grades will be unavailable, your current Grade 12 grades will be accepted as final grades.

Updates for Students Studying Internationally

China

Final Grades, Transcripts and Graduation

  • Final documents Chinese Senior secondary documents listed in the condition of your admission must be submitted via World Education Services (WES) by August 1, 2020. Select "Western University - Undergraduate Admissions" as the recipient and the "WES-Basic Document-by-Document ICAP" report.
  • AP exams have been adjusted to an online format and are still required if listed as a condition of admission.
  • Our policy regarding transfer credit for AP exams remains unchanged. AP Exams will still be eligible for transfer credit consideration as outlined in the Admission Requirements section of this website.

If you have an offer of admission to Western...

  • You must meet all conditions of your admission noted on your personalized offer portal (choose.uwo.ca) or in your Student Center (student.uwo.ca).

G.C.E. Advanced Level

Final Grades and Transcripts

  • Examination boards have cancelled May/June exams in all countries but have confirmed that grades and certificates will be provided for students.
  • The cancellation of the May/June examinations will not preclude you from satisfying your offer conditions.
  • The examination boards aim to make results available at their regularly scheduled dates through standard means, and final results based on the adjusted assessment methods will be accepted by Western.
  • Our policy regarding transfer credit for A-level exams remains unchanged. Final A-Level Exams may still be eligible for transfer credit consideration as outlined on the Admission Requirements section of this website.

If you have an offer of admission to Western...

  • You must meet all conditions of your admission noted on your personalized offer portal (choose.uwo.ca) or in your Student Center (student.uwo.ca).

India

Final Grades and Transcripts

  • Examination boards have cancelled numerous Class 12 final examinations. Final results issued by your school or board based on adjusted assessment methods will be accepted.
  • To submit final results email us your Roll Number, School number, Centre Number and Admit Card ID (if applicable) so that we may obtain your results directly from the exam board. Please send this information by email to: welcome@uwo.ca 
  • If your results are not available online, Standard XII results sent directly from your school and certified by a school official will be accepted.

If you have an offer of admission to Western...

  • You must meet all conditions of your admission noted on your personalized offer portal (choose.uwo.ca) or in your Student Center (student.uwo.ca).

International Baccalaureate

Final Grades and Transcripts

  • The International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO) has announced that all eligible students will be awarded a Diploma and will be given a grade for each subject.
  • Results will be calculated using an adjusted assessment method and the cancellation of the May 2020 IBDP examinations will not preclude you from satisfying the conditions of your admission.
  • Our policy regarding transfer credit for IB higher-level courses remains unchanged. Final IB Higher Level results will still be eligible for transfer credit consideration as outlined on the Admission Requirements section of this website.

If you have an offer of admission to Western...

  • You must meet all conditions of your admission noted on your personalized offer portal (choose.uwo.ca) or in your Student Center (student.uwo.ca).

U.S High School / Accreditation

Final Grades, Transcripts and Graduation

  • Your average will be calculated using final grades in academic courses at the senior level.
  • If final grades are unavailable due to the COVID-19 pandemic, current grades will be accepted as final grades. Pass/fail grades will also be considered on a case-by-case basis if final grades are not available from your school.
  • Our policy regarding transfer credit for AP exams remains unchanged. AP Exams will still be eligible for transfer credit consideration as outlined in the Admission Requirements section of this website.

If you have an offer of admission to Western...

  • You must meet all conditions of your admission noted on your personalized offer portal (choose.uwo.ca) or in your Student Center (student.uwo.ca).

Other International School Systems

Final Grades and Transcripts

  • We anticipate having the grade information we need to make decisions in the vast majority of cases. Educational jurisdictions around the world are adjusting their evaluation and assessment methods and submitting results to universities accordingly. We will accept the adjusted assessment methods as determined by your educational jurisdiction in order to meet our conditions.
  • Your average will be calculated using final grades in academic courses at the Grade 12/senior level, or equivalent, from your system of education. If final grades are unavailable due to the COVID-19 pandemic, current grades in your senior-level courses will be accepted as final grades. Pass/fail grades will also be considered case-by-case basis if final grades are not available from your school.
  • If required in the conditions of your admission, final documents must be submitted via World Education Services (WES) by August 1, 2020. Select "Western University - Undergraduate Admissions" as the recipient and the "WES-Basic Document-by-Document ICAP" report.

If you have an offer of admission to Western...

  • You must meet all conditions of your admission noted on your personalized offer portal (choose.uwo.ca) or in your Student Center (student.uwo.ca).

Updates for Postsecondary Students

University/College Students

  • You must satisfy the conditions of your Offer of Admission by the deadline date specified in your Offer letter.
  • Your final transcript must be submitted directly by your school to Western.
  • Where marks are available for grades designated as P/F or “Credit Granted” transcripts should be submitted with grades showing.
  • If the percentage or letter grades are unavailable, “pass/fail” grades and/ or “credit granted” on a final transcript may be considered for transfer credit assessment at the discretion of the Faculty/Program.

If you have an offer of admission to Western...

  • You must meet all conditions of your admission noted on your personalized offer portal (choose.uwo.ca) or in your Student Center (student.uwo.ca).

English Language Proficiency

My English Language Proficiency test was cancelled and I’m not sure I can write another one in time. Will you be extending the deadlines?

We have moved the deadline from April 16 to May 1 for current Ontario high school applicants. Also, note that students are now able to take the TOEFL iBT® Special Home Edition test from home.

I cannot write the TOEFL iBT® Special Home Edition test in my country? Can I write Duolingo?

If you are unable to take ANY of the acceptable English Language Proficiency tests, Duolingo scores will be considered.

Is the English Language Boost program still running this summer?

Yes. The English language Boost program will be offered this summer. The Boost program has been adjusted to an online format and is still required if listed as a condition of admission. If you have questions about the Boost program, please contact welc@uwo.ca.

Study Permit

I’ve heard that Canada is not allowing entry for any non-residents. Is this true?

Currently the Canadian government has closed its borders to all non-residents. Students who already possess a valid study permit or who were approved to be issued a study permit prior to March 18 will be allowed to enter and re-enter Canada, as long as they self-quarantine for 14 days upon arrival and adhere to other travel requirements. As federal policies are adjusting, we ask that you please refer to Western International regularly for any up-to-date changes on this decision.

If I am not permitted to travel to Canada, should I still pay my tuition and try to obtain a study permit?

Yes, you should proceed with your tuition payments as normal and apply for your study permit as soon as you receive an offer of admission.

The Government of Canada is continuing to accept and process applications, although travel restrictions are currently in place for foreign nationals. Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) is requesting that applications for study permits be made online only. (Get more information on the Government of Canada’s website).

For more details on immigration, travel, arrival and quarantine, please see the IESC COVID-19 FAQ website.

Applications, Document Submission and Admission Conditions

Is the university still processing applications? Are you accepting new applications?

Yes. We continue to process applications based on the information we have. You can check your application status on your Student Center (student.uwo.ca). 

How will COVID-19 impact receiving midterm grades and admission decisions moving forward?

We will continue to assess applications and documents. Offers will continue based on grades that have been received. If your school submits a new or revised grade at a later date, it will be used in the calculation of your average from that time forward.

I will not be able to submit my required documents by the dates specified in my offer letter and Student Center. Will I lose my offer of admission?

If you are certain you will not be able to meet your conditions by the date on your offer of admission, please contact the Admissions Office directly at welcome@uwo.ca.

What if I don’t meet the conditions specified on my offer of admission?

If you are concerned about meeting specific conditions in your offer, please contact the Admissions Office directly at welcome@uwo.ca.

Are music auditions cancelled?

While pre-scheduled auditions are now complete, Music is still accepting requests to audition for Bachelor of Music applicants, which are now being scheduled on an applicant by applicant basis. Music is also still accepting supporting materials from new Bachelor of Arts applicants. Please check Music’s How to Apply webpage for updated information and detailed next steps.