SMALL UNIVERSITY. BIG EDUCATION.

Admissions

  • A place for everyone. A place for everyone.

    Algoma is a diverse community committed to providing a well-rounded education and cross-cultural learning experience. Our curricula, faculty, and student life support individual growth and success. At Algoma, we provide you with the opportunity to do more and go farther.

  • The support you need. The support you need.

    Because Algoma is a small university, you get a lot of personal attention and support right from the start. Our team of advisors, staff, and department heads are available to introduce you to our distinct programs and services, answer your questions, and help you make the right choice.

  • It’s who you know.

    At Algoma, it’s not unusual for prospective students to get a call from President Rick Myers or be invited to his house for dinner. Red-carpet treatment? No, it’s just another great advantage of attending a small university. You get to know the people who shape your future.

  • An affordable education.

    A great education does not have to cost a lot. Algoma’s tuition is less than the provincial average and our scholarships are the best in Ontario. Once you’ve applied, we will match you with any additional aid to make sure you receive the most funding available.

  • Come for a visit!

    When choosing a university, there is no substitute for a campus visit. A tour of Algoma allows you to experience our beautiful campus, small classes, and close-knit community for yourself. Get on the bus, attend Fall Preview, or arrange for a personal visit – the Algoma experience is waiting!

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Meet the Advisors

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Ask us anything.

Algoma's Admission Advisors will help you discover what makes our university so great.

Virtual Tour

Come check us out.

We hope you’ll take advantage of our open house or arrange a personal visit to the campus, but for now you can check out our virtual tour.

Important Dates

August 15, 2014 Algoma U scholarship and awards (extended) application deadline

September 1, 2014 Frosh Week begins

September 8, 2014 Classes begin including 2014FW and 2014F courses

September19, 2014 No registrations or course changes permitted for 2014FW and 2014F courses after this date. Students withdrawing from first-term and full-term courses after this date will receive a ‘W’ on their academic record.

 

Contact Admissions

Jenn Reid Prospective Student Advisor jennifer.reid@algomau.ca 1-888-ALGOMAU or 705-949-2301 x4217

 

Shelley Mitchell Assistant Registrar, Admissions shelley.mitchell@algomau.ca 705-949-2301 x4220