— Principal and Vice President Randy Boyagoda, from a recent interview with Comment Magazine
As far as I'm concerned, there's nothing like St. Mike's anywhere else in the world, in that you have the combination of a religiously serious liberal-arts-based college that is federated with a globally ranked public research university."
To apply to the University of St. Michael’s College, please submit an application through the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC) website. Applications are typically open for submission between October and early January.
The University of Toronto is a world-class institution, and its applicants hail from all over the globe. St. Michael’s maintains the same level of rigor and seeks the brightest candidates in its selection process. For admission requirements and important dates, please click here.
St. Michael’s offers a number of admission scholarships to our most qualified incoming students each year. Students who select USMC as their first choice will be automatically considered upon admission; those receiving scholarships will be notified in their letter of offer.
In order to be considered for some of the admissions awards, such as the Melissa Clubbe Memorial Admission Scholarship, students must be receiving provincial student loans (OSAP, BC Loan, etc.).
“My journey at U of T, with its challenging courses and competitive programs, has never been easy. However, the financial support, encouragement, guidance and friendship from St. Michael's College simply makes that journey more fascinating and memorable.”
Ivan Thang - third year Bachelor of Commerce student
Major – Economics
Specialist – Finance & Economics
Minor – Statistics
"I feel so fortunate to have been a part of the St. Mike's family during these last four years. I have met the most warm, compassionate individuals and have felt incredibly supported in each part of my journey at U of T. And though I had an amazing time getting involved all over campus, my favorite part of each day was coming back home to USMC. "
Jaimi Foster – fourth year student
Double Major – International Relations and History
"My love for St. Mike's starts all the way back during orientation when we cheered like no tomorrow during the parade. As we walked, we came across a construction worker standing on a roof and cheering along with us! I think that moment was very important in understanding how important community and continuity is at St. Mike's. St. Mike's not only provides a community of faith for many U of T students, but also a community full of various enriching experiences, such as the intellectual stimulation of the [SMC One] programs. My personal experience in the Gilson Seminar in Faith and Ideas has equipped me with new friendships and skills that I will carry into the rest of my university career!"
Abigail Iyekekpolor – first year Bachelor of Science student
Major – Human Biology
Minor – Practical French