Academic/GPA, Work/Volunteer Experience, Letters of Reference, Equity Policy
Academic evaluation includes the adjudication of course prerequisites and the calculation of GPA. The GPA is based on the last 30 credits of academic course work completed according to transcripts submitted with the application.
Students not meeting the minimum GPA requirement of 68% (2.7 or B- equivalent) are not eligible for admission and therefore will not be considered for further evaluation.
Members of the School’s faculty then evaluate competitive applicants for professional suitability. This assessment is based on the applicant’s letters of reference and volunteer/employment experience.
The School has a self-identifying equity policy affecting the Indigenous Peoples of Canada, visible minorities, and people with disabilities. A 5% weighting will be awarded to those applicants meeting admission criteria.
Following evaluations, candidates are ranked according to the combined weighted grade and suitability scores.
Note: Applicants who are offered admission must submit to a Criminal Record Check. New regulations require that the School requests criminal record checks on behalf of successful students. Instructions regarding the application for the Criminal Record Check as well as how to pay the $28 fee will be emailed with the letter of recommendation for admission.
Outcome of Application
There are three possible outcomes:
1. An offer of admission
2. Possible placement on reserve list
3. Notice of unsuccessful admission