Applications for Spring 2024 programs

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Admissions process during start-up for domestic applicants: Spring 2024 (programs starting in May 2024)

From Monday, May 6th to Friday, May 17th, 2024 ​the College will consider late applications for open full-time post-secondary programs — i.e. programs which still have seats available for the Spring 2024 term.

A list of open programs will be posted on our website and at the locations listed below – this list will be updated on a daily basis. Please remember that programs may fill up at any time.

Late Admit Procedure

  1. Late applications must be completed online: You must apply through prior to meeting with an Admissions Officer to complete your application.
    • Programs will remain open on the OCAS website for applications until Thursday, May 16, 2024, at the latest. George Brown will receive your application from OCAS within 24 hours
    • Please remember that programs can fill up at any time
    • We will continue to process applications already in our system during late admit periods, Monday, May 6th to Friday, May 17th, 2024.
  2. Please submit the following:
    • Your Ontario Colleges (OCAS) application number
      §  Note: If you have not yet applied, you will be directed by one of our Admissions staff to apply online. You will need to pay the $125 OCAS application fee in order to apply – credit card payments will be accepted. No cash, debit, or personal cheques.
    • Your admission requirements:
      §  i.e. official transcripts and proof of graduation from high school, college and/or university
      §  mature student testing is available where applicable
    • Domestic applicants with international transcripts:
      International Transcripts must be evaluated (WES, ICAS) to be considered. Please note, most programs require a comprehensive assessment report and proof of English Proficiency.  This can take 4-6 weeks to process, so if you do not have the evaluation completed at this time, then we ask you to consider a future intake.  We will not be able to issue conditional offers during late admits for evaluations.
    • If required, a valid proof of residency (e.g. Permanent Resident card, etc.)
    • If required, proof of English language proficiency.
    • If you are 18 years of age or under, your official transcript with proof of your completed Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) must be provided prior to the start of classes.
  3. Once you have applied on
    • Join the Virtual Service Desk’s Waitlist to see Admissions
    • Mature students may be required to take an admission test on-line with the Assessment Centre.
    • If your program includes a Divisional Selection component (interview, audition, etc.) you will be sent to the Academic Division.
    • Programs with Special Requirements (Divisional Select):
      Certain programs have special requirements - a process in which the academic division is involved in evaluating the applicant. This can include: an interview, an audition, or a portfolio review (please check admissions requirements for details). If you are required to complete special requirements, you will be sent to the Academic Division right away to complete the assessment. 
      Please Note: Both special requirements and admissions assessments (tests) must be completed before the admissions decision can be made.
  4. Upon successful completion of the application process:
    • Students will be expected to pay within 24 hours. Please see the Fee Payment section for information on how to pay your fees. Note: Your fee payment must be received by the College on or before the due date or you will lose your seat in the program.
    • Students may complete their payment on STU-VIEW
    • Streaming for Math and English will be done following the assessment/placement test. Students who would like to apply for exemptions should apply for Transfer Credit Online via STU-VIEW

      We need ALL documents at this time to complete an application during late admit, and will not complete an application or issue an offer without full documentation

Contact us

  1. Join the Virtual Service Desk’s Waitlist to contact Admissions Monday to Friday: 10:00am – 2:00pm
  2. Admissions Assessors’ On-Campus Schedule during Late Admit process (May 6 to 17th, 2024):
    St. James Campus
    200 King St. East – 10AM to 3PM

    Casa Loma Campus
    160 Kendal Ave. - 10AM to 3PM
  3. Admissions is available to assist with your inquires at
  4. Our Contact Centre can assist you with general inquiries or redirect you to the appropriate contact. You may reach them at 416-415-2000. Their regular operating hours are:
    Monday to Thursday:  8:00am-5:30pm
    Friday: 8:00am-4:00pm
    Tel: 416-415-2000
    Toll-free: 1-800-265-2002 (in Canada and the United States)

Program Availability

Open programs will be indicated as such on our website, and will be available on

** Please note: Due to the high volume of applicants contacting the admissions staff members during start up, there may be a delay. Please be patient, as we ensure that each applicant receives our full attention.

Registration Checklist

Pay your deposit.

New students must pay a non-refundable deposit to register. The deposit will be applied towards tuition fees for the first term. Your acceptance may be revoked if payment and registration are not completed within 24 hours. Please plan to pay and register as soon as possible.

This applies to students who applied or plan to apply for OSAP. You will be responsible for paying the remaining balance by the deadline even if your OSAP application is denied.​​​​

Complete Your Placement Tests

Check your Admissions Application Summary on STU-VIEW to see if you are required to complete an English and/or math placement test for your program. If so, book your test(s) via STU-VIEW or by calling the Contact Centre at 416-415-2000. For more information, visit the Assessment Centre website.

Attend your classes

You are starting courses late and may have missed key instruction. It is your responsibility to get caught up on any work or assignments that might have been missed.

Here are some tips for success:

  • Introduce yourself to your professors. Let them know you are a late registrant in the course.
  • Review your course outlines and get a full understanding of the course content and what is required of you. If something is unclear, ask the professor.
  • Invest the time in catching up on any work you missed.
  • Connect with GBC Tutoring for extra support if you need it. For more information, visit the Tutoring and Learning Centre

Assessment Centre

The Assessment Centre will be offering the Admission/Placement assessments both online and in-person. Please book your appointment through STU-VIEW paying close attention to the location.