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You've applied - next steps

Verify that you have sent in all the required documentation to support your application for admission.

All required documents and the application fee must be delivered to the Registrar’s Office prior to the deadline for the program. This includes official transcripts and supplemental forms and documents. To ensure you have submitted all the required documents, please visit our Undergraduate Admission Requirements and Application Procedures page, fill in your details, and review the Application Procedures for your specific student type.

When you find out about your admission application

Once you have submitted your undergraduate application and supporting documentation, you can expect a decision in approximately two to three weeks. In peak times it may take.

Advanced and graduate applications are adjudicated by a committee so decision times will take longer.

Check the status of your application

If you applied online, you can see if we have received your documents or if a decision has been made by returning to the Admissions Login. Enter your login ID and PIN to view the status of your application. If you applied by paper application, an official decision will be sent to you via Canada Post.

If your file remains incomplete an official letter will be sent via Canada Post or by email detailing your missing documents.

Apply to live in residence

Living in residence is a great way to experience university. If you haven’t already applied for residence please do so as soon as you can. Spaces are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. You can submit an application to residence at any time. Residence applications will be processed by the Residence Office after students receive confirmation of their admission to Kings.

Apply for entrance scholarships or major awards

If you are a high school student who has applied for September admission you are automatically considered for a general entrance scholarship. Admission applications and supporting documentation must be received by March 1 to be considered.

If you are a Canadian high school student who is interested in applying for a major entrance award, please submit a major entrance award application and a high school essay by January 15 to be considered. You do not need to be admitted to submit the major entrance award documentation. Admission applications and supporting documentation must be received by March 1 to be considered.

Advanced and graduate scholarships and awards – King’s offers a number of scholarships for students applying to the Bachelor of Journalism (one-year) and the Master of Journalism programs.

Follow us and Stay in Touch

King’s will communicate with you regularly using the email you provided on your application for admission. Remember to add King’s College to your email provider’s “safe list.”

Following us on social media is a great window into the King’s community and will help you connect with your incoming class. See more of the campus, chat with other members of the King’s community, receive reminders of important dates and deadlines, and information on special events.

Questions about your application?

Tara Wigglesworth-Hines

Assistant Registrar, Admissions, Registrar's Office

tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca | 902 422-1271 ext. 259