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Basic Requirements for Admission
All students with an average of 75% and higher will be considered for admission to all programs at the University of Guelph. 

Failed and Repeated Courses
The University of Guelph will use the highest grade reported for any repeated/failed course.

Timing and Process for Admission Decisions
The University of Guelph will begin making offers of admission in February to applicants with high academic standing. Early offers of admission may make use of 3U/M grades. Offers of admission will be made on a rolling basis until mid-May. All students with an admission average of 75% or higher will be considered for admission. Student Profile Forms will be reviewed in May to consider applicants who fall within 5% of the established cut-off.

Some programs may have additional requirements, including higher final admission averages. All offers are conditional upon the completion of all secondary school diploma requirements including a final admission average as specified in the offer letter. The final admission average is calculated using six 4U/M courses including required subjects.

Alternate Offers: Normally, applicants can expect to receive only one offer of admission from Guelph. The highest choice to Guelph will be considered first. The next choice is only considered if the applicant is not admissible to his/her highest choice at Guelph. For this reason, applicants are strongly advised to place their preferred program as their highest choice of Guelph programs. Students who apply for, but are not admitted to, a co-op program will be automatically considered for the regular program. These students may re-apply to co-op after their first year of study at the University of Guelph.

Student Profile Forms: The University of Guelph recognizes that non-academic factors play an important role in students' lives. The Student Profile Form (SPF) is an opportunity for applicants to tell about activities in which they may have been involved, and that have helped develop leadership and citizenship qualities. Factors beyond applicants' control that have negatively affected their academic performance, such as illness or personal problems, will also be considered when making decisions.