New Student Task List
Apply to the University of Guelph
See Admission Services for all of the information you need to apply,
If you feel your disability has negatively affected your high school grades, read about the SIF-D.
Register with SAS
Fill out the New Student Intake Form
Submit supporting documentation from an appropriate health professional. Review the documentation guidelines for more information.
Even if you contacted us during the application process, you still need to register with us to get access to your accommodations.
Attend an SAS Transition Program
See our various transition and orientation programs.
Check your U of G email often
This is the main way the University communicates with students. Be sure to regularly check your email throughout the summer months for important notifications.
If you require financial assistance, apply for OSAP as soon as possible. In addition, there are some scholarships, bursaries, tuition relief and other awards to help offset the disability-related costs of your education. Be sure to ask your SAS advisor for more information.