Check application deadlines and requirements
CEGEP applicants who have successfully completed 12 pre-university courses will be considered for admission to first year, without any advanced standing. The overall average required is dependent upon the degree or program for which the student is applying. CEGEP applicants who have successfully completed more than 12 pre-university courses will be considered for admission with advanced standing based on the number of courses in excess of 12 and not to exceed 5.0 transfer credits. All applicants should note that failures in their CEGEP studies can adversely affect their admissibility. Admission requirements vary by program.
- Check the following link: Quebec CEGEP – Admission Requirements
The general application deadline for fall admission (September 2020 entry) is June 1, 2020.
Please note, some programs have earlier application deadlines and may also require portfolios or additional documents. Find out more about the programs with additional admission requirements.
The deadline to apply for winter admission (January 2020 entry) is November 15, 2019. Only a limited number of programs permit entry in the winter term. Please see the January Admissions webpage for program availability.
Apply online and track application
Apply online at the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC) website.
Within five days of submitting your application, you will receive an email confirming that we received your application. This email will contain your Carleton applicant number and MyCarletonOne (MC1) username and will also provide you with important details on how to check the status of your application.
With your MC1 username you can access Carleton 360 and check the status of your application at any time. If we are missing documents or need more information to process your application, we will post this information on Carleton 360. Be sure to check your application frequently and contact us with any questions you may have.
Send in additional documentation before deadlines
Through the admissions portal in Carleton 360, you will be able to view any additional documents necessary for your application assessment. You can also upload a .pdf version of any requested documents directly to your application.
If official documents are required, they can be sent directly from the institution to Carleton University at:
315 Robertson Hall
1125 Colonel By Drive
Ottawa ON K1S 5B6
Please do not send duplicate documents until you have confirmed with Admissions Services that additional copies are required.
If you’re applying to a program with specific application requirements, you’ll also be required to provide additional documentation to support your application.
If your first language is not English, you will be asked to prove your language proficiency.
Receive admission decision
You can view your full offer package through Carleton 360 by clicking on the View Offer Details link on the application page. Important information about your degree program, scholarship offer (if applicable), financial assistance, residence and more is included with your offer. Any conditions associated with your offer will appear in your offer letter. Please review the conditions carefully and contact us if you have any questions.
Accept your offer of admission and confirm residence
If you receive an offer of admission and wish to accept, you must do so by the date indicated on your offer letter in order to reserve your space in the program. To accept your offer of admission, go to the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre website.
If you are admitted to first or second-year studies directly from CEGEP on or before May 15, 2020 you will be offered a place in residence.
If you received a first-year guaranteed offer of residence and would like to reserve your place, you must:
- accept your offer of admission to Carleton University;
- wait for your application status on Carleton 360 to display “Applicant Acceptance”;
- confirm your offer of residence and pay the residence deposit on Carleton Central by 4:30 p.m. (EST) on June 8, 2020; and
- complete the Residence Information Form.
Students receiving a residence offer must make their deposit online by 4:30 p.m. (EST) on June 8, 2020 or they will lose their guaranteed space in residence.
If you do not receive a residence offer, you may apply by submitting a residence application to be included in the lottery for remaining spaces taking place on June 11, 2020. Visit the Housing website for more information.
It’s important to remember that most offers of admission are conditional. Make sure to review the information on how to maintain your conditional offer of admission.
Once you accept your offer of admission, the next thing to do is plan your registration.