So, you've decided on at least one postsecondary program

Your next step is to get in touch with an admissions or transfer office at that institution. A transfer advisors can help you navigate the transfer processes at their institution.

Find a Transfer Office

Search for an institution you want to attend. Learn about its specific requirements and processes. Display in 'map' form.

* This symbol means the college or university is administered in French.
** This symbol means the college or university is administered in both English and French.

Location College University Indigenous Institute
  • Hamilton (South-Western)
  • London (South-Western)
  • Near Brantford (South-Western)
  • Niagara (South-Western)
  • Waterloo / Guelph (South-Western)
  • Windsor (South-Western)
  • Toronto (GTA)
  • Bancroft (Central)
  • Barrie (Central)
  • Oshawa (Central)
  • Peterborough (Central)
  • Kingston (Eastern)
  • Ottawa (Eastern)
  • Fort Frances (Northern)
  • Manitoulin Island (Northern)
  • North Bay (Northern)
  • Sault Ste. Marie (Central)
  • Sudbury (Northern)
  • Thunder Bay (Northern)
  • Timmins (Northern)

Steps for Transferring

Transfer students can apply through:

Along with the application, most institutions require an additional documentation to transfer:

  • An official transcript from your current institution,
  • A course syllabi or outline may be required if you want a specific course transferred, and
  • Some many require additional documents, forms, portfolios, or performance assessment.

Some institutions may:

  • Charge you a fee for transfer credit assessment and/or the actual credit transfer.
  • Provide transfer credit assessment only after you have accepted admission to the institution.
  • Others automatically assess credits upon receiving your application.