Going from high school to university is an exciting new chapter in your life. At Glendon, we have the resources to make your transition easier, support your academic success, and ensure you learn in a safe and welcoming environment.
Glendon is vibrant with activities, clubs, music and theatre performances and social events on campus and across Toronto!
As a new Glendon student, you’ll be automatically matched with a peer mentor dedicated to helping you navigate this new environment and answering all your questions.
Life in Residence
In each of our two newly renovated residences, you’ll find friendly Dons, or upper year students. Dons organize activities so you can meet your new neighbours and get familiar with life on campus.
Academic & Financial Supports
Take advantage of global internships for a professional experience overseas doing research, field work, teaching or working for a government or non-profit organization. Looking for an adventure? Go on exchange to study abroad and have a life-changing experience.
Renewable automatic entrance awards are available – no application required!
Network where you want to work
Build your network of contacts while you study. Glendon is located in Toronto, Canada's economic engine. Our students have placement opportunities in the financial, healthcare, education, public service, and arts and entertainment sectors, and more.
As a Glendon student, you're offered internship opportunities, no matter what program you choose. With a bilingual degree, our graduates stand out in a competitive job market.
Ready to apply to Glendon? Here are your next steps!
Choose what and where you want to study
Review your options and eligibility.
4. Follow Up
Follow up on your application.
- Review your MyFile account for updates often (we recommend at least once per week)
- Submit your supplementary application. Applies to:
- Inform our team of any summer school courses you may be taking at email@example.com
- Apply for scholarships and bursaries
- Submit your proof of language proficiency test results, if requested
- Ask your program-related questions to a Student Recruitment Officer: firstname.lastname@example.org
5. Become a Glendonite
- Review and ensure you meet any conditions tied to your offer prior to beginning your studies (these conditions can be found in your offer letter, available in MyFile)
- Book your enrolment appointment through MyFile. Check our the Academic Services website for next steps for course registration.
- Apply for residence
- Check out York bookstore for Glendon swag
- Didn't get in? Contact us at email@example.com for feedback and other potential options.