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PO Box 3025 STN CSC

Victoria BC V8W 3P2


Canada
Tel (250) 721-8121 Fax (250) 721-6225
Web: registrar.uvic.ca

March 02, 2017

Keegan O'Connor
2690 Colwood Drive
North Vancouver BC
V7R2R1

Dear Keegan,

Congratulations on your academic achievement! On behalf of the University of


Victoria, I am pleased to offer you conditional admission beginning in
September 2017.

This offer is conditional upon receipt of all required documentation and meeting
the minimum standards (courses and grades) as outlined below. It is your
responsibility to ensure that all conditions of your admission have been met no
later than August 1st. This includes any courses that you may be completing via
on-line/distance education.

On-campus accommodation is guaranteed for all new Year 1 secondary school


students who are offered admission during their graduating year. Several
conditions need to be completed before June 30th in order to take advantage of
this opportunity. Please visit Residence Services for further information.

Please read this email carefully. The Admission summary and Important
notes sections below provide all the details about the program you are being
offered, as well as your current status and the conditions you must
meet. Instructions listed under Next steps explain how to reserve your seat at
UVic and get started with the registration process. If you have any questions
about your offer, please contact me as soon as possible.

The faculty, staff and students at UVic hope that you will find your studies here
both challenging and rewarding.
Sincerely,

Chris Davies
Admission Officer
(250) 472-4160
cedavies@uvic.ca

Admission summary

Name: Keegan O'Connor Student Number: V008


Entry Term: September 2017 Year: 1
Faculty: Social Sciences

Important notes

This offer of admission is made on the basis of self-reported grades and is


conditional upon you meeting one of the following requirements:
Maintain a minimum 73% (Child and Youth Care), 75% (Humanities/Social
Sciences) or 80% (Elementary Education) average based on final grades in
either
a) English 12 and three other approved academic 12 courses; or
b) Ontario English 4U and five other approved 4U/4M courses
OR successfully complete an IB diploma with a score of at least 24 (Child and
Youth Care), 25 (Humanities) or 26 (Social Sciences/Elementary Education)
excluding additional points.

In addition, you must pass all grade 11/12 or IB courses required for
admission and receive your provincial graduation or International
Baccalaureate diploma no later than August 1st. Applicants from British
Columbia and the Yukon must write and receive a passing mark of at least
50% on the provincial examination for English 12 and any other subject
where a provincial exam is still mandatory in order to meet BC Graduation
Program requirements.

Upon receipt of your final official transcript from the Ministry of Education at the
end of July, a confirmation email will be sent to you. To ensure that your grades
are sent to us electronically, it is important that you go to
www.bced.gov.bc.ca/exams/tsw/tsw/student/welcome.jsp to provide your
permission. Note that on-line/distance courses must be 100% complete by the
end of May so that the final results can be submitted in sufficient time to be
included. IB diploma students must order an official transcript directly from the
International Baccalaureate Organization.
Status of Your Academic Writing Requirement (AWR): Status to be
determined upon receipt of a final official grade in English 12. Most students will
select ENGL 135, 146 or 147 to complete the Academic Writing Requirement.
However, you may also benefit from registering in a preparatory class prior to
completing your required course. For more information and to access the self-
placement questionnaire, see www.uvic.ca/awr or consult your advisor.

Next steps

Now that youve been admitted, there are a number of steps that you must follow
starting with letting us know if you plan to attend UVic. To confirm, you must
submit a $200 acceptance deposit no later than June 1st. Note that paying
your deposit is the only thing you need to do to accept your offer. Admitted,
what's next? provides these instructions and all the other preparation details you
need to begin your studies at UVic.

To confirm your offer and access the registration system, the acceptance deposit
must be received by the Tuition Fee Office by the deadline. This deposit is non-
refundable, however it will be credited toward your tuition fees. It can be paid
via internet banking through your banking institution set up the payee as the
University of Victoria Tuition Fees and the account number is your student
number (V00XXXXXX, as shown above). Additional payment options are
outlined on the Accounting Services webpage. Tuition enquiries should be
directed to tuition@uvic.ca or (250) 721-7032.

Before you can register you will need a NetLink ID. You can sign up for your
UVic NetLink account. Your NetLink ID will give you access to My Page where
you will register for classes. It is important to remember that enrolment in most
courses is limited and that admission to the university does not guarantee entry
to specific courses.

Registration for September and January courses begins in late June. A pre-
registration email with further information will be sent to you in late May.

This is your official admission letter. A paper copy will not be issued. Please retain for
your records.

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