Here are the forms and tools you need to get information on what interests you at the University of Ottawa, register for a campus tour, apply for admission or financial aid, update your student record, order a transcript or a copy of your diploma, and much more.
Be in the know
If you’d like us to send you information, updates and notices about admission, deadlines, scholarships and bursaries, and special events that fit your profile, complete the future students registration form.
Visit the campus tours website to see the schedule and to register.
Admissions forms and tools
See the list of admission forms and tools. Use the right form to apply and track your application.
Undergraduate course enrolment
Understanding your undergraduate program
Having a good understanding of degree structures and possibilities in your program is an important element when completing university studies. Knowing this information will help you make decisions related to changing programs, adding or changing a minor, program requirements for graduating, tailoring your program along the way and, of course, choices that best suit your interests and academic goals. Compare the various academic paths available at our direct-entry faculties.
Making changes to your undergraduate program
To make changes to your program, add a major or minor, or change faculties, follow the steps to make changes to your undergraduate program.
Make your request using the online tool
Make your request by e-mail
An academic reset, as described in Policy I-5.7, gives students the opportunity to exclude marks from 9 to 30 units (3 to 10 courses), among the first 30 units they have completed at uOttawa, from the calculation of their grade point average. To apply for an academic reset, you must fill out the application form.
Financial aid and awards
The Financial Aid and Awards Service (FAAS) is your gateway to an array of important services related to your loans, scholarships and bursaries.
Financial aid and awards forms and tools
For any processes related to financial aid, scholarships and bursaries, see the list of FAAS forms and tools.
Requesting academic documents
Obtain your degree
Registration for degree and request for diploma
If you expect to fulfill all the requirements of your program, you must let us know by completing the registration form available through the Obtain your degree website. The site also has all the information you need to participate in Convocation. Please note that the registration form is only available at certain times of the year. For more information, consult academic regulation 12.
The personal information you submit when you apply becomes part of your University of Ottawa student record. Sometimes you have to make changes or allow a third party access to it. Here are the forms to do this. You can complete most transactions related to your record online through uoZone, the student portal. Try to complete your transactions online first. If you can’t do so, here are the forms you need for the main transactions related to academic procedures.
Request for name change
If you’ve legally changed your name (marriage, divorce or other reasons), complete the Request for Name Change form (PDF).
Release of academic and personal information
Your academic and personal information is confidential. If you want someone else to have access to it or to act on your behalf, you must complete the Third-Party Authorization Form to Release Student Information (PDF), and submit it to your faculty or school’s academic secretariat or to InfoService.
Updating contact information
If you want to make changes to your contact information (address, phone number, emergency contacts), log into uoZone and use the Emergency Contacts application.
Information on your grades
We publish information on your grades (exam grades, final grades, and transcript) in different ways. Your final grades are always posted in the My Grades application in uoZone. However, it’s up to your professor to let you know your grades for exams, assignments or other course requirements, while respecting practices on posting student grades. Make sure you know about these practices, which we’ve established and expect professors to follow, to respect the confidentiality of your personal information.