Applicants must have completed a secondary school diploma. A minimum average of at least 80% is required for the Orientation to a Master of Arts in History. A minimum average of 70% is required for admission consideration for all other undergraduate programs. Averages for all programs are based on the best six 4U/4M courses or provincial equivalent courses including program-specific prerequisites.
The admissions cut-off averages for our limited enrollment programs (BPHE, Nursing and the OMAH program) are determined each year and can be higher than the stated minimum. College and university transfer applicants have a number of admissions pathways available to them and should reach out to us to find the best option for your application!
Students applying from outside of Canada should refer to the information found in the following link about their application: https://www.nipissingu.ca/departments/office-registrar/how-to-apply/undergraduate.
Ontario secondary school students apply through the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC) application process. Your unique Ontario Education Number (OEN) will be used to link your applications to your guidance office so that they can provide your grades and course information. Other applicants (Canadian citizens, permanent residents, university and college transfer applicants) applying to study full-time will apply through the Ontario Universities' Application Centre (OUAC) application as well, but may be required to submit some documentation (including transcripts) to Nipissing University. Visit www.ouac.on.ca. Applicants for part-time study should visit nipissingu.ca/registrarforms.