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New Student Information

There are two types of newly admitted students:

First Year Students - Admitted with no transfer credit into the first year of study. Some courses will require that you have completed specific high-school credits to ensure you have the necessary background to succeed.

Transfer Students - Admitted with transfer credit. Your year level of study is determined by the number of transfer credits granted.

If you are expecting to receive transfer credit, your assessment will be completed after you have booked your online enrolment appointment. In some cases, not all transfer credit received can be used to fulfill degree requirements and you may be required to complete additional credits. Your advisor will discuss your transfer credit in detail during your enrolment appointment.

Enrolment Appointments

To book an online enrolment appointment, log into MyFile or contact the Faculty of Health, Office of Student and Academic Services by phone: 416 736 5299.

Enrolment Presentations

Please note the following modules are offered in Adobe Flash format and on YouTube. You will need to have Adobe Flash Player installed on your computer in order to view.

Academic Honesty

Familiarize yourself with academic honesty resources including the Senate Policy on Academic Honesty, the academic integrity tutorial and complete the academic integrity quiz. The academic integrity tutorial explores plagiarism and strategies to improve your academic efforts and avoid committing academic offences.

College Academic Orientation

Find your College affiliation below and sign up for your College Academic Orientation.

Stong College

  • Kinesiology & Health Science
  • Nursing

Calumet College

  • Global Health
  • Health Studies, Health Policy, Health Management, Health Informatics
  • Psychology

Information for Parents

University Planning Resources for Parents