Application Process

To apply, here’s what you need to do:

  1. Review all of our admission requirements
  2. Prepare your official transcripts from all institutions attended
  3. Prepare supporting documentation:
    • Applicant profile—for High School applicants who may not meet the required admission average and may have an average 1 or 2% below
    • CST application information
    • Mature Students additional documentation
    • Please note King’s Foundations in Western Thought and Civilizations no longer requires a Statement of Interest.
  4. Prepare English Language Proficiency test scores
  5. Prepare full course descriptions from Universities you have previously attended
  6. Submit your application through the OUAC website. For your convenience the following are the King's program codes:
  • ​​​EKA (Arts)
    • Note: If interested in applying for Foundations in Western Thought and Civilization please specify this as your subject of interest. If interested in Catholic Studies for Teachers (CST) please specify this as your subject of interest and complete a Statement of Interest.
  • EKC (Childhood and Social Institutions)
  • EKD (Management and Organizational Studies)year three entry only
  • EKJ (Social Justice and Peace Studies)
  • EKO (Social Science)
  • EKS (Social Work) - Note: If interested in applying to the School of Social Work click here for more information.

What's Next?

Once you have applied we will be providing you the Admissions Guide 2016 and an acknowledgement email which will provide you with your King's/Western Student ID number. Please follow the instructions in your acknowledgement email to activate your King's/Western ID. Using this number, you will be able to login to the Western Student Centre at which will allow you to view the status of your application.  Please note, the Student Centre only lists the required documents needed for applications to Western’s Main Campus.  Please review your acknowledgement email sent by King’s to see which documents are outstanding and needed to complete your admission file. Please send all documents to King's University College 266 Epworth Ave London ON N6A 2M3.

If you are applying from an Ontario High School:

  • Applicant profile—for those who may not meet the required admission average and may have an average 1 or 2% below
  • CST application information
  • Please note the Foundations in Western Thought and Civilization program no longer requires a Statement of Interest. Please make sure you applied to the Arts program (EKA)  and indicate your "Subject of Interest" as Foundations in Humanities in order to be considered for this program

If you are applying from a College or University:

  • You must provide official transcripts from all previous institutions attended (secondary and post-secondary). 
  • Submit full course descriptions from universities you have previously attended. This is required to assist with evaluating course equivalencies.

Transcripts for Ontario Universities and Colleges can be ordered through the Ontario Universities Application Centre application. 

If you are applying from an Out of Province High-School (including International students following a National Curriculum):

If you are applying as a Mature Student:

Official transcripts from all previous institutions attended (secondary and post-secondary) - if applicable

  • A copy of your birth certificate
  • A Reference Letter
  • A Letter of Intent

If your first language is not English:

All Applicants:

  • We encourage you to review all of the scholarships offered by King’s and begin to prepare your applications. Be aware of the March 15th deadline for specific scholarships.
  • Begin your OSAP application and apply for any other external awards, scholarships available to you.
  • Attend a Open House or come on a campus tour! This will be the best way for you to get a sense of how welcoming and friendly the King’s campus is!

Supporting documents may be mailed to:
Enrolment Services
King’s University College
266 Epworth Avenue
London ON 
N6A 2M3


We look forward to welcoming you to King's University College as a student!  Now that you have been offered admission you need to do the following:

  1. If you have applied for Full Time studies through the OUAC - Accept the offer of admission through the OUAC 
  2. Make sure you have activated your Western Student ID through the Student Centre
  3. Upload a photo of yourself for your student card photo. Your photo must be a portrait, and in JPEG format (Detailed Instructions).
  4. Complete your Residence Application and submit your deposit before the deadline
  5. Register for your Summer Academic Orientation appointment (SAO) after April 1.
  6. Review the Summer Academic Orientation presentation (ppt).
  7. If you are choosing to defer your offer for this year, please contact the Office of Enrolment Services directly 1-800-265-4406 or 519-433-3491 and ask to speak with an Admissions Officer.
  8. Review the fee information about Tuition and Residence
  9. If you have Special Needs, you should visit our Dean of Students’ site to make arrangements to meet with a counsellor who can assist in providing academic accommodation and access to assistive services.

For a complete checklist of your next steps, please HERE.

Congratulations, you are now a King’s student; we are so happy to have you join us!  The next three or four years of your life will be unforgettable as you meet many amazing new people, learn incredible new things and experience wonderful new opportunities! We care about you and want you to succeed, so be sure you start to investigate all the services and opportunities available to you.

A few more steps and you are there!

  1. Attend your Summer Academic Orientation (SAO) appointment (be sure to read over all the course information in your Offer of Admission package to prepare and have a list of courses ready to discuss with your Academic Counsellor).
  2. Be aware of the residence move in dates
  3. Pay your tuition and residence fees if you have not already done so
  4. Review textbooks lists from The Bookstore at Western

In your first week here you will experience of the fun of Orientation Week (O Week) so be sure you are well rested before you arrive. The King’s University College Student Council (KUCSC), in partnership with the University Student Council (USC) at Western and the student councils for Brescia and Huron will play host to a wide range of events in your first week here to help you meet many new people and learn a lot about your new home. 

Bookmark the King’s Student Council website to be sure you don’t miss out on any events:

You will also want to bookmark the following sites:

Counselling and Student Development

Career Services offers career counselling, resume help clinics and professional/graduate school presentations.

Learning Skills Services offers presentations, individual appointments and drop-in hours to students who would like to develop study skills, note-taking strategies, improve reading comprehension and more.

Personal Counselling Services offers students the opportunity to explore, understand and develop new skills for managing personal concerns. We are committed to helping you find the support you need in order to accomplish your personal and academic goals. Counselling offers you the opportunity to explore, understand and develop new skills for managing your personal concerns.

Services for Students with Disabilities Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) at King’s believe every student has the right to “Access Success"! We are committed to providing an accessible and barrier-free learning environment, with services geared toward a wide range of needs. Students using the services provided by SSD have disabilities which may include, but are not limited to, vision, hearing and mobility impairments, learning disabilities, psychiatric disabilities, chronic illnesses, chronic pain, and attention deficit/hyperactivity disorders.

The Dean of Student’s Office is concerned with the quality of student life and learning outside the classroom at King’s University College. Responsibilities include particular student support services, facilities and student activities. The Dean of Students is available by appointment, telephone and email, to assist with a wide variety of issues of concern to students.