Meet your Conditions
It is your responsibility to review your final grades and confirm you meet the conditions of your Offer of Admission. You will know whether or not you meet your conditions before Toronto Metropolitan University (TMU) as we do not review conditional Offers until late July or early August when final grades and standings become available.
If you find that you do NOT meet the conditions in your offer, you must contact Undergraduate Admissions and Recruitment at the ServiceHub. You will be connected with an Admissions Officer who will look into your file and discuss next steps and how to proceed.
Receipt and Submission of Official Final Results
You are responsible for ensuring Undergraduate Admissions and Recruitment receives your final official results by the deadline date specified in your Offer. The method of submission depends on your application method:
Final grades and confirmation of completing your Ontario Secondary School Diploma will be sent to OUAC or ontariocolleges.ca (external link, opens in new window) by your guidance office. It is your responsibility to inform your guidance office of enrolment in any courses taken outside your day school, including summer, night, online and/or correspondence courses and to verify that the information submitted on your behalf is correct.
Important information to note in establishing you have met the admission conditions outlined in your offer:
- Admission averages are based on two decimal places and are not rounded
- Admission averages for secondary school applicants are based on the best six Grade 12U or M courses, or equivalent.
You are responsible for arranging the submission of your official academic transcripts, confirming final grades and graduation status, to Undergraduate Admissions and Recruitment at TMU by the condition submission deadline date noted in your Offer. Visit Document Submission for more information.
If you have taken, are taking and/or will take courses through The Chang School of Continuing Education or were/are a current TMU student at the time of application, we will obtain your grades from Enrolment Services and Student Records. A transcript is not required.
All statements on the application must be correct and complete. Applicants withholding, misrepresenting or failing to provide information are liable to have their application/enrolment cancelled. The disclosure or discovery of previously withheld or not-submitted transcripts/documentation will cause immediate cancellation of admission and application.
Disclosure or discovery arising after course enrolment, registration or at any time as a current student is considered Academic Misconduct (see (PDF file) Senate Policy 60: Academic Integrity). The penalty arising from non-disclosure is de-enrolment and cancellation of admitted status regardless of academic progression at Ryerson.