In April 2022, Ryerson University changed its name to Toronto Metropolitan University, which will be implemented in a phased approach. You will see the Ryerson name across campus, online and in our official communications for a period of time. Learn more about our next chapter.
Applications and Related Forms
Note for applicants that have applied to TMU in a previous academic year: If the name on the application has changed in any way, proof of this name change (i.e. marriage certificate, notarized statement or other legal document) must be provided.
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Use this form if you are a current Ontario secondary school student.
- OUAC (Ontario Universities' Applications Centre) 101 Application Form, external link, opens in new window
The OUAC, external link, opens in new window has a Base Application Fee which covers the initial three university/program choices. There are added charges for additional choices. Application fee information for 2022 will be available in early October.
Note: You must create an OUAC Account if you don’t already have one. You can only have one OUAC Account, so if you created one previously, be sure to use it. You can direct any questions about this part of the process to the OUAC.
- You are not currently attending an Ontario secondary school day program (in Ontario or abroad).
- You are not a current or previous Toronto Metropolitan University (TMU) student (since fall 1984) — see TMU Application below
- You are not applying to be a Special Student — see TMU Application below
- OUAC (Ontario Universities' Applications Centre) 105 Application Form, external link, opens in new window
Note: You must create an OUAC Account if you don’t already have one. You can only have one OUAC Account, so if you created one previously, be sure to use it. The OUAC, external link, opens in new window has a base application fee which covers the initial three university/program choices. You can direct any questions about this application to the OUAC.
Use this form if:
- You are a current Toronto Metropolitan University (TMU) student
- You are a previous TMU student (since fall 1984)
- You are only applying to a part-time program at TMU
- You are applying to be a Special Student
- You are applying for re-admission or re-instatement
The TMU Application has a fee of $90 payable via the OUAC. This fee covers, and is limited to, two program choices on the application.
Note: If you are a student in a TMU undergraduate program requesting a plan change within your program, please consult your program department for appropriate procedures.
Current or previous Chang School of Continuing Education and/or Yeates School of Graduate Studies students are eligible to use the TMU Application.
In the event that you submitted an incomplete application, or you wish to update the information provided, you can amend it as follows: if you applied on the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC, external link, opens in new window) 101 or 105 application, amend via the OUAC, external link, opens in new window, all other applicants must complete a TMU Change Form.
This form is available for use after your application has been received and acknowledged by Toronto Metropolitan University. Use this form if you did not apply on the OUAC and you would like to make changes to your application (e.g. application details, address, telephone, email address, schools, etc.). You can also add or drop a program choice using this form (you can have a maximum of two active program choices).
We encourage all university/college transfer applicants to complete and submit a TMU Supplementary Form.
All applicants, except current Ontario Secondary School Students (OUAC 101 applicants), are encouraged to complete and submit a Supplementary Form. This form provides you with an opportunity to tell us more about yourself, your academic history and why you are interested in pursuing the program(s) you have selected. You may submit a form for each program you applied to.
The Supplementary Form is not available to the following applicants:
- OUAC 101 applicants (current Ontario Secondary School Students)
- Applicants for Special Student Status
Please note that if you are currently enrolled in Grade 12 secondary school studies in one or more of the following Canadian curricula, we ask that you complete Section 2 of the Supplementary Form (Self-Reported Grades): Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Prince Edward Island, Saskatchewan, Yukon.
- Get your Ryerson Student Number in the email acknowledgement of your application.
- Activate your Ryerson Online Identity. Fill in the Activation Form at www.ryerson.ca/accounts/. When asked for your Student/Applicant ID, enter your nine-digit Ryerson Student Number. Keep a record of your user name and password.
- 24 hours after activating your Ryerson Online Identity, visit the Choose>Ryerson Applicant Portal.
Use this form if you applied to a Toronto Metropolitan University program and you have not received an admission decision (approval, denial, wait list, cancellation). This form is not available for applicants to the Faculty of Law.
Use the Reconsideration of Admission Decision Form if you have been denied admission to a Toronto Metropolitan University (TMU) undergraduate degree program and you would like to request that your application be reconsidered. This form is not available for applicants to the Faculty of Law.
You may provide information on this form regarding extenuating circumstances and attach related documentation (e.g. medical certificates, updated unofficial academic transcripts, etc.) that you wish to be taken into consideration during our second review of your application for admission. This information must be received within 10-15 business days of the date of your admission decision.
The information and documentation provided on this form will be considered confidential and will be included in your official application to TMU. We endeavour to consider all requests for reconsideration which are deemed reasonable. TMU is committed to reviewing each situation on a case-by-case basis, in keeping with the principles of fairness and equity for all applicants. Due to the competitive admission and selection process, and the limited space in our programs, only those applicants selected by our admission committees will receive Offers of Admission.
TMU does not issue alternate Offers of Admission to applicants who are not selected for admission.
English Language Proficiency
If the cancellation/denial of your application relates to English language proficiency requirements, and you would like to submit, rewrite or resubmit a test of English language proficiency, you must indicate the following on your reconsideration request form:
- The English proficiency test you will take/have taken (e.g. IELTS, Duolingo, TOEFL, etc.).
- The approximate date you believe TMU will receive your test score from the testing centre.
Please note: Your complete academic record, including English language proficiency test results, secondary school, and all post-secondary studies (e.g. college, university, or other post-secondary institutions) will be reviewed as part of the competitive selection process. Some programs also specify non-academic requirements for admission. Please visit the individual program pages for further details.
You will receive a response to this request for reconsideration via your Choose>Ryerson Applicant Portal, by email, or by telephone within 3-4 weeks (or sooner) of submission of this form. TMU will only reconsider an admission decision once, upon receipt of this form.
Use this form if:
- You have received an official Offer of Admission for fall 2022
- You would like to request a deferral to fall 2023
In most cases, deferrals to winter, spring or summer semesters will not be considered.
This form is not available for applicants to the Faculty of Law.
The Deferral of Admission Form will be available here in mid-June.
All applicants, including those given an early or conditional Offer of Admission, are required to successfully complete all admission requirements by June 30 (unless otherwise stated in an official Offer of Admission).
Toronto Metropolitan University reserves the right to terminate the application process without notice and to amend information presented as necessary at any time. In particular, Toronto Metropolitan University reserves the right to withdraw or change academic program offerings and admission requirements at any time. While every effort is made to ensure accuracy on this site, in the event of a discrepancy, Toronto Metropolitan University's current Undergraduate Calendar(s) is the official reference document.