Application for U of T Admissions & Awards">admission to the University of Toronto, Faculty of Arts and Science, is made through the OUAC (Ontario Universities' Application Centre). All students in the Faculty of Arts and Science are members of one of the seven colleges on the St. George Campus. An important step in your application process is to rank the seven colleges in your order of preference.
A College is a neighbourhood within which a student may live in residence in addition to study and socialize. Every student in the Faculty of Arts & Science enjoys membership in a college. St Michael's College welcomes all students and is one of the oldest and largest colleges on the St. George Campus. What college a student chooses is purely a personal choice. No personal profile is required.
Your college provides you with personal contact, academic advising and other student services, scholarships and advice on financial planning, student societies and athletics, as well as all the features of student life outside the classroom you expect to enrich your university experience. Residences are associated with colleges.
St Michael's College offers a full range of amenities available to all of our students. Some of which include: Kelly Library, Academic Writing, Academic Research, student council, student newspaper, clubs, cafeteria, Starbucks coffee, residences and meeting spaces.
The University of Toronto is the largest university in Canada, offering hundreds of programs and thousands of courses. To explore the wide array of programs available at U of T, prospective undergraduate students are encouraged to visit the U of T Undergraduate website. Use it to find specific information about programs, fees and the application process.
For information on the documents required for admission to the University of Toronto, please refer to The University of Toronto Application Instruction Guide. To view a pdf version of the guides, visit the Admissions and Awards website.
Undergraduate application deadlines can be found at the Admissions and Awards website.
"Second entry" undergraduate programs are those which require some university preparation, up to and sometimes including a bachelor's degree, for admission. The University of Toronto offers many second entry undergraduate programs, all on the St. George campus. For more information, go to the Second entry page.
Once you apply, we will mail/email information to keep you up-to-date on things and happenings of interest at UofT. The University will then respond to your application as soon as your application file is ready to be considered. We make some preliminary offers in March/April, and others in May.
Still have questions?
If you still have questions about applying to St Michael's College, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.