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Review your next steps in order to ensure you submit everything that you need.

Remember to Pay your Application Fee

If you have not done so, you can pay the application fee online.

High School Applicants

  • Submit official mid-year or final high school transcripts.
  • For students who would like to be considered for Entrance Scholarships, you must have your complete application submitted by March 1 for September enrollment.

Previous/Current Post-Secondary Study Applicants

  • Submit official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions attended. Transcripts must be sent directly from the issuing institution.

Mature Applicants

  • Students who have been out of the high school system for a period of timeand have not attended any post-secondary institutions may be considered for admission on an individual basis. Please refer to the Mature Admissions Policy.
  • Students whose first language is not English must submit official reports with acceptable scores from the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), the CanTest, the International English Language Training System (IELTS) or the Canadian Academic English Language Test (CAEL) or an approved English Language Program.
  • Applicants who meet our admission requirements but do not verify their ability to undertake studies in English by either submitting such test scores or grades from an approved English Language Programs will be considered for admission as full-time English language students.
  • More information can be found at the International Education Centre.
  • Information for on-campus housing is sent with the acceptance package. Students interested in living in residence should complete the online application promptly, as space is limited.
  • The Mount offers three styles of residence: Westwood, 158- bed, co-ed residence with apartment-style and dormitory accommodations; Assisi Hall, 12-story building with single and double rooms for 142 students; and The Birches, five townhouses each with 20 single rooms (one townhouse is usually designated for females, three are co-ed and one for international/mature students).
  • Questions can be directed to Residence Life at 902.457.6356 or
  • Upon admission to the Mount, students with identified disabilities (e.g. learning disabilities, ADD/ADHD, mental health, sensory, etc.) who require accommodations, must contact Accessibility Services at 902.457.6567 for a confidential discussion of their needs.
  • Please see Accessibility Services for further information.