Readmission & Appeals
Students seeking readmission to King's must submit an application to the OUAC Centre in Guelph, ON. In addition to the application through the Ontario Universities Application Centre (OUAC) applicants must also:
- complete a Formal Statement of Appeal.
- provide transcripts from all academic institutions attended after leaving King's
Apply as soon as possible. Do not wait for the full 12 months you were required to suspend your studies at King's to pass before applying. We advise individuals seeking readmission to apply well in advance as program spaces fill.
If granted readmission, you may register for a session that commences no earlier than one calendar year (12 months) from the time of withdrawal.
Readmission is at the discretion of the Admissions Committee.
Students who have applied to King's but have been denied admission may also submit an Appeal Form to be considered by the Admissions Committee.
Ontario high school students who are concerned that they may not be academically qualified for admission may provide an Applicant Profile which provides an opportunity to describe any extenuating circumstances which may have affected their grades as well as outline extracurricular activities.
In determining admissibility, King’s University College at Western reserves the right to take all submitted documentation into account including English Proficiency Tests, repeated courses and all other aspects of the student’s academic record. As well, if evidence of falsified documentation is found, King’s reserves the right to deny admission, withdraw an offer of Admission, offer of scholarship and/or cancel a student’s course registration. Previous submission of falsified or fraudulent documentation may be considered in future applications made to the institution.