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Common University Data Ontario (2008)
Carleton University
     
Section B1
Applicants and Registrants by Program, 2007
Full-time, first-year applicants and registrants in first entry programs by type and program:

Program Name:
Architecture
Applicants / Registrants
who attended an
Ontario Secondary
School in the previous year
All Other Applicants / Registrants
(Non-Secondary School)
Total
Total applicants (first choice) 263 157 420
Total registrants (first choice) 42 19 61
Total applications (all choices) 809 357 1,166
Total registrants (all choices) 64 23 87
 
Program Name:
Arts/Humanities/Social Science
Applicants / Registrants
who attended an
Ontario Secondary
School in the previous year
All Other Applicants / Registrants
(Non-Secondary School)
Total
Total applicants (first choice) 1,685 1,047 2,732
Total registrants (first choice) 890 413 1,303
Total applications (all choices) 7,057 2,712 9,769
Total registrants (all choices) 1,478 610 2,088
 
Program Name:
Science
Applicants / Registrants
who attended an
Ontario Secondary
School in the previous year
All Other Applicants / Registrants
(Non-Secondary School)
Total
Total applicants (first choice) 467 295 762
Total registrants (first choice) 209 74 283
Total applications (all choices) 2,568 907 3,475
Total registrants (all choices) 359 114 473
 
Program Name:
Commerce/Management/Business Admin
Applicants / Registrants
who attended an
Ontario Secondary
School in the previous year
All Other Applicants / Registrants
(Non-Secondary School)
Total
Total applicants (first choice) 707 487 1,194
Total registrants (first choice) 209 99 308
Total applications (all choices) 3,800 1,572 5,372
Total registrants (all choices) 367 158 525
 
Program Name:
Engineering & Applied Science
Applicants / Registrants
who attended an
Ontario Secondary
School in the previous year
All Other Applicants / Registrants
(Non-Secondary School)
Total
Total applicants (first choice) 365 347 712
Total registrants (first choice) 181 125 306
Total applications (all choices) 1,826 1,144 2,970
Total registrants (all choices) 296 228 524
 
Program Name:
Journalism
Applicants / Registrants
who attended an
Ontario Secondary
School in the previous year
All Other Applicants / Registrants
(Non-Secondary School)
Total
Total applicants (first choice) 346 194 540
Total registrants (first choice) 94 47 141
Total applications (all choices) 1,210 385 1,595
Total registrants (all choices) 133 58 191
 
Program Name:
Music
Applicants / Registrants
who attended an
Ontario Secondary
School in the previous year
All Other Applicants / Registrants
(Non-Secondary School)
Total
Total applicants (first choice) 25 17 42
Total registrants (first choice) 12 7 19
Total applications (all choices) 89 31 120
Total registrants (all choices) 16 9 25
 
Program Name:
Social Work
Applicants / Registrants
who attended an
Ontario Secondary
School in the previous year
All Other Applicants / Registrants
(Non-Secondary School)
Total
Total applicants (first choice) 98 67 165
Total registrants (first choice) 16 8 24
Total applications (all choices) 374 137 511
Total registrants (all choices) 21 10 31
 
Program Name:
Diploma Program
Applicants / Registrants
who attended an
Ontario Secondary
School in the previous year
All Other Applicants / Registrants
(Non-Secondary School)
Total
Total applicants (first choice) 4 8 12
Total registrants (first choice) 0 0 0
Total applications (all choices) 10 12 22
Total registrants (all choices) 0 0 0
 
Source: OUAC
     
Section B2
Program Undergraduate Admission Requirements
The following URL will link you to OUAC’s eINFO, which will provide you with general information on universities’ programs, including admission requirements:
> http://www.electronicinfo.ca

URL to more detailed information and up-to-date policy on admission requirements:
> Admission Requirements
 
     
Section B3
Secondary School Entering Averages of Full-Time, First Year Students by Range and Program, 2007
The following tables show the percentage of full-time, first year students by range and program. Averages are based on final grades for Grade 12 university destination courses.

Program Name: Architecture
%
Percent who received an entering average of 95%+: 3.1
Percent who received an entering average between 90% and 94%: 9.4
Percent who received an entering average between 85% and 89%: 43.8
Percent who received an entering average between 80% and 84%: 35.9
Percent who received an entering average between 75% and 79%: 6.3
Percent who received an entering average between 70% and 74%:
1.6
Percent who received an entering average below 70%: 0.0
Overall Average: 85.1
 
Program Name: Arts
%
Percent who received an entering average of 95%+: 0.3
Percent who received an entering average between 90% and 94%: 3.8
Percent who received an entering average between 85% and 89%: 10.4
Percent who received an entering average between 80% and 84%: 25.3
Percent who received an entering average between 75% and 79%: 28.8
Percent who received an entering average between 70% and 74%:
29.0
Percent who received an entering average below 70%: 2.4
Overall Average: 78.2
 
Program Name: Science
%
Percent who received an entering average of 95%+: 0.6
Percent who received an entering average between 90% and 94%: 9.3
Percent who received an entering average between 85% and 89%: 13.8
Percent who received an entering average between 80% and 84%: 26.6
Percent who received an entering average between 75% and 79%: 24.9
Percent who received an entering average between 70% and 74%:
21.5
Percent who received an entering average below 70%: 3.4
Overall Average: 79.8
 
Program Name: Business & Commerce
%
Percent who received an entering average of 95%+: 0.8
Percent who received an entering average between 90% and 94%: 9.3
Percent who received an entering average between 85% and 89%: 24.9
Percent who received an entering average between 80% and 84%: 36.7
Percent who received an entering average between 75% and 79%: 24.4
Percent who received an entering average between 70% and 74%:
3.8
Percent who received an entering average below 70%: 0.0
Overall Average: 82.6
 
Program Name: Engineering
%
Percent who received an entering average of 95%+: 2.4
Percent who received an entering average between 90% and 94%: 7.2
Percent who received an entering average between 85% and 89%: 18.4
Percent who received an entering average between 80% and 84%: 25.6
Percent who received an entering average between 75% and 79%: 30.7
Percent who received an entering average between 70% and 74%:
15.0
Percent who received an entering average below 70%: 0.7
Overall Average: 80.8
 
Program Name: Journalism
%
Percent who received an entering average of 95%+: 1.5
Percent who received an entering average between 90% and 94%: 33.1
Percent who received an entering average between 85% and 89%: 54.9
Percent who received an entering average between 80% and 84%: 9
Percent who received an entering average between 75% and 79%: 1.5
Percent who received an entering average between 70% and 74%:
0.0
Percent who received an entering average below 70%: 0.0
Overall Average: 88.2
 
Program Name: Music
%
Percent who received an entering average of 95%+: 0.0
Percent who received an entering average between 90% and 94%: 13.3
Percent who received an entering average between 85% and 89%: 13.3
Percent who received an entering average between 80% and 84%: 26.7
Percent who received an entering average between 75% and 79%: 20.0
Percent who received an entering average between 70% and 74%:
13.3
Percent who received an entering average below 70%: 13.3
Overall Average: 80.1
 
Program Name: Social Work
%
Percent who received an entering average of 95%+: 0.0
Percent who received an entering average between 90% and 94%: 4.8
Percent who received an entering average between 85% and 89%: 28.6
Percent who received an entering average between 80% and 84%: 47.6
Percent who received an entering average between 75% and 79%: 19.0
Percent who received an entering average between 70% and 74%:
0.0
Percent who received an entering average below 70%: 0.0
Overall Average: 83.0
 
Program Name: Overall
%
Percent who received an entering average of 95%+: 0.8
Percent who received an entering average between 90% and 94%: 7.3
Percent who received an entering average between 85% and 89%: 16.8
Percent who received an entering average between 80% and 84%: 26.7
Percent who received an entering average between 75% and 79%: 25.9
Percent who received an entering average between 70% and 74%:
20.7
Percent who received an entering average below 70%: 1.9
Overall Average: 80.0
 
Source: OUAC

     
Sections B4 / B5 / B6
Application fee / Students accepted for a term other than fall / Deferred admission
Application fees

OUAC Applicants who attended an
Ontario Secondary School
in the previous year
All Other Applicants (Non-Secondary School)
Application: $105 $110
Additional Choices: $35 $35
Application (if outside Canada) $115 $120

Note: The 'application' fee applies to the initial three university/program choices. The 'additional choices' fee must be paid for each university/program choice beyond the initial three.
     
Source: OUAC    

Admission in Winter, Spring, Summer terms

Are first-year students accepted for terms other than the fall?
[Please note that acceptance for terms other than fall may vary by program.]
> yes

Note: In the following programs - Bachelor of Arts (Honours and General), Bachelor of Science (Honours and General), Bachelor of Mathematics (Honours and General), Bachelor of Computer Science (Honours and General), Bachelor of Music, Bachelor of Engineering (excluding Aerospace, Civil and Mechanical streams)


Source: Carleton University

Deferred admission

Does your institution allow students to postpone enrolment after admission?
[Please note that the policy on deferred admission may vary by program.]
> yes

If yes, maximum period of postponement:
> one year

Notes:
If you are unable to attend Carleton University for the term specified on your Offer of Admission and you wish to postpone your studies you may ask for a deferred admission. A ""Request to Defer Admission"" form and a non-refundable fee of $38 Cdn must be received by Admissions Services within two weeks after the beginning of the term for which you have been admitted. Download form below.
Applicants whose deferrals have been approved will receive a new Offer of Admission for the appropriate term. The new offer will reflect any changes in their program requirements that may have occurred in the intervening time because of changes in programs and/or regulations. Final grades must be on file before a deferral can be confirmed.
Carleton University will not consider deferred admission for anyone admitted to a limited enrolment program or a program that requires additional materials such as portfolios or auditions in the decision-making process.
It is not possible to defer your admission to Carleton University if you are attending another post-secondary institution. Applicants who have been granted a deferred admission and who register at another post-secondary institution will have their admission withdrawn and will have to submit a new application for admission.
Please contact the Office of Admissions Services at (613) 520-3609 for any additional information.


Source: Carleton University