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How to Apply to an Undergraduate Program if you're a Transfer Student from Another Institution
Apply through the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC) website using the 105 application form. It is suggested to apply by May 15, 2021 for registration in the Fall term to ensure sufficient evaluation time of transfer credits. Please submit transcripts from all post-secondary experiences.
Activate your UWin Account using the information provided in your application acknowledgement email.
Log in to UWinsite Student to complete your To Do List – including uploading documents as needed and monitoring the status of your application.
Once you receive your Offer of Admission you'll want to follow the steps that are outlined on our Next Steps page. The Next Steps page outlines the following:
Courses will be granted transfer credit for courses where a grade of 60% or better.
Non-University Courses may be granted transfer credit where a grade of 70% or better is achieved, depending on individual course evaluations. Many block transfer and degree completion pathways are available to incoming college students.
More information on transfer pathways, transfer admission requirements and UWindsor's Course Equivalency database can be found here
Applicants with IB credentials may receive transfer credit for approved courses, where they have achieved IB grades of ‘5’ or more, to a maximum of 10 courses (30.0 credit hours).
Completion of the IB diploma is not a prerequisite for receiving transfer credit.
Applicants with AP credentials may receive transfer credit for approved courses where they have achieved AP grades of ‘4’ or ‘5’, to a maximum of 10 courses (30.0 credit hours).
If you don’t match the criteria for this application you might find one of these other applications useful.