This page last updated: 2018-07-09
On this page, you need to scroll down to the relevant tab (Homeschool Students):
Homeschooled students will be considered for admission to Laurier Bachelor of Arts programs at the discretion of the faculties, provided that they submit satisfactory documentation of independent evidence of academic achievement. All homeschooled students can also be considered for admission to Bachelor of Arts programs at our Brantford campus or into the Faculty of Music at the Waterloo campus via specific admissions policies.
[UniversityAdmissions.ca note: To get an idea of what to expect, here is what their website said in 2017:]
If you are not currently attending an Ontario secondary school on a full-time basis, you should complete the appropriate online application form (105 application form) through the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC). You can obtain a paper copy of the application form by contacting OUAC at 519.823.1063 or email@example.com.
On a single application form, you can apply for admission to 3 different universities in Ontario for an application service fee of $150 (non-refundable).
If you are using the paper application, mail the completed form to OUAC at the address below (do not mail your application to Laurier):
Ontario Universities’ Application Centre
170 Research Lane
Guelph, Ontario, Canada
After you submit your application form to OUAC, it will be forwarded to the Recruitment and Admissions office at Laurier. When we receive your application and other necessary documents (see below), your file will be reviewed to determine if you are eligible to receive an offer of admission.
Additional Documents to Send
After you apply, you are advised to submit the following applicable documentation as soon as possible:
- Homeschool transcript: You can send your transcript electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org, or by fax to 519.884.0618.
- Secondary academic source: This may include SAT subject results, AP exams, Grade 12 curriculum transcripts (if different from your homeschool transcripts), music audition (if applicable).
- Proof of English proficiency: Students whose first language is not English are required to submit acceptable evidence of their English proficiency to our Recruitment and Admissions Office. This may be an official transcript showing a minimum of 3 years in an institution that teaches in the English language, or a successful English proficiency test score. Visit our English Proficiency webpage for more information.
- Personal statement: Please send a letter that outlines your volunteer and extracurricular experience and why you are interested in Laurier. This should be emailed to email@example.com.
[UniversityAdmissions.ca reminder: the information found below the line is from 2017, not necessarily what they’re asking for currently. ]