You will be considered a mature applicant if you meet the following criteria:
- you do not meet the high school applicant requirements,
- you have not completed sufficient courses to be considered as a post-secondary applicant, and
- you are 21 as of Sept. 1 for the Fall Semester or Jan. 1 for the Winter Semester
The required high school courses and the minimum and competitive average requirements for admission vary by program. In addition to reviewing these admission pages, it is important to review the specific requirements for the program you are considering.
High School Courses
Mature applicants must present at least two Grade 12 level courses for admission. More than two may be required depending on the specific high school courses required for your program choice. The specific courses required for your program count towards your Group A courses.
- English Language Arts 30 – 1
- Group A course
For high school course work to be used for admission purposes, courses must be completed by June 30 for the Fall Semester. When completing your application, report all 5-credit Group A and B courses (or equivalents) which will be completed by June 30.
- Conditional admission is offered based on your competitive average, calculated on your two highest Group A grades reported at the time of review. Equivalent post-secondary courses may be substituted for required high school subjects where appropriate.
- Your admission offer will be conditional until we receive all of your final official transcripts. Applicants must meet all admission requirements for their specific program (the conditions will be outlined in your conditional offer of admission letter).
- All students issued a (conditional) offer of admission will be required to submit a non-refundable registration deposit by the date specified in your admission offer.