Applications and related forms
Most of our applicants use the OUAC 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 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're a current Toronto Metropolitan University (TMU) student
- You're a previous TMU student (since fall 1984)
- You're only applying to a part-time program at TMU
- You're applying to be a special student
- You're applying for re-admission or re-instatement
- You're a current or previous Chang School or Yeates graduate student
The TMU Application has a fee of $90 payable via OUAC. This fee covers, and is limited to, two program choices on the application.
Readmission/reinstatement: If you received an academic standing of "Required To Withdraw (RTW)" in the last 24 months, you must request reinstatement through your program department. Otherwise, you can apply for reinstatement on a TMU Application (external link, opens in new window) . If you voluntarily left your program or have been discontinued, you must apply for readmission on a TMU Application.
Changing programs: If you want to transfer to a different program (e.g. Business Management to Biomedical Sciences) you must submit a TMU Application (external link, opens in new window) and TMU Supplementary Form. Information on how previously completed TMU courses will apply toward your new program is available on the Internal Course Transfers page.
Changing plans (majors): If you are a current undergraduate student in a program that offers a choice of program plans (majors), you may be able to request a plan change (e.g. BA English to BA Sociology). The MyServiceHub Support website provides detailed instructions on how to change your plan/major.
Note: If you are an international student at an Ontario secondary school applying for September, you must use the OUAC application (external link, opens in new window) .
How to make changes to your application (e.g. address, telephone number, add/drop program choices, etc.):
OUAC application: If you applied on an OUAC application, log in to the OUAC (external link, opens in new window) to amend your application.
TMU Application/International Application: If you applied on a TMU application, complete the (PDF file) TMU change form. This form is available for use after your initial application has been acknowledged by TMU.
The supplementary form is not available to the following applicants:
- Current Ontario secondary school students
- Applicants for special student status
We encourage all other applicants to submit a supplementary form. You may submit a form for each program you applied to. This form provides you with an opportunity to tell us more about yourself, including your academic history and why you are interested in the programs you have selected.
If you’re currently enrolled in Grade 12 secondary school studies in Canada (excluding Ontario and Quebec), we ask that you complete section 2 of the form (self-reported grades).
Here’s how to access and submit your supplementary form and other documents:
- Get your TMU Student Number in the email acknowledgment of your application.
- Activate your TMU online identity. Fill in the activation form via TMU accounts. When asked for your student/applicant ID, enter your nine-digit TMU Student Number. Keep a record of your user name and password.
- 24 hours after activating your TMU online identity, find the supplementary form via the ChooseTMU applicant portal.
This form is available once your application is processed by TMU and can’t be submitted after you have received an admission decision (approval, denial, wait list, cancellation). This form isn’t available for applicants to the Faculty of Law.
This form is available if you have been denied admission to an undergraduate degree program and would like your application to be reconsidered. This form isn’t available for applicants to the Faculty of Law.
You can tell us about any extenuating circumstances, and/or attach related documentation that you would like considered during the second review of your application (e.g. medical certificates, updated unofficial academic transcripts, etc.). Submit the form within 10-15 business days after receiving your initial admission decision.
The form will be kept confidential and will be included with your official application to TMU. Each submission will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis. Your complete academic record, including your English language test results (if applicable) will be reviewed as part of the competitive selection process.
Some programs also specify non-academic requirements for admission. More details can be found within individual program pages.
You’ll receive a response to your reconsideration request via your ChooseTMU Applicant Portal, by email, or by telephone within three to four weeks (or sooner) of submission of this form. TMU will only reconsider an application once, upon receipt of this form.
English language proficiency
If you’d like to submit, rewrite or resubmit an English proficiency test, 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.
Use this form if:
- You've received an official Offer of Admission for fall 2024
- You'd like to request a deferral to fall 2025
This form isn't available for applicants to the Faculty of Law.
Admission requirements must be complete 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. TMU reserves the right to withdraw or change 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, TMU’s current Undergraduate Calendar(s) is the official reference document. You are responsible for reviewing the Toronto Metropolitan University Notice of Collection.
If you have changed your name since previously applying to TMU, submit proof of your name change in your application. This can include a marriage certificate, notarized statement or other legal document.