Congratulations! Time for a happy dance, a celebratory social post...and then clicking that big, bold “Accept” button.
You can find your detailed offer letter in your applicant portal and accept your offer of admission through the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC). Make sure you accept by June 3, 2024!
At Laurier, you'll experience first-hand what it means to be inspired together - to look out for one another, lead the way in meaningful change, and create spaces where everyone gets to show up as their best self. Here are some of our students’ favourite ways to do that on our Brantford campus:
Partnerships with businesses and non-profit organizations in the neighbourhood provide lots of practical opportunities to apply your learning and leave your mark.
With the average class having only 30 students, you can engage in quality conversations with your profs and peers – both in the classroom and around campus.
Apartment-style accommodations and easy-access student supports mean you can live life each day as independently or interactively as you please.
There are plenty of big decisions when it comes to starting university, but where to live in first year doesn’t have to be one of them! Laurier offers guaranteed residence for all first-year, first-time students on our Brantford campus. Our Brantford residences are all apartment-style and offer lots of ways to get leadership experience, try out a new hobby and find your ideal study buddy.
Situated along the Grand River and close to major markets in North America, Brantford has a thriving business community that is home to several global operations - but people are drawn to the region for so much more. Home to many famous faces including Wayne Gretzky, Alexander Graham Bell and Lawren Harris, Brantford is rich in history and has a unique culture vibe. With enticing hike and bike trails, a lively arts vibe, and plenty of cool festivals and events, Brantford is a vibrant place to call home for residents and students alike.
Brantford is approximately a one-hour drive along the QEW and Hwy. 403 from Toronto and the Niagara region. The city has a population of over 97,000 and feels like a small-town community with big-city amenities.