Academic Calendar

Offers of Admission

Accept Offer and Pay Deposit

If you receive an offer of admission, you are required to accept your offer and pay the required deposit:

Domestic Applicants

Admissions confirmation deposit - $400 (50% refundable if request is received 2 months prior to the intake start term)

International Applicants

Out-of-Country international Admissions confirmation deposit - $10,000 CDN.

In-Country international Admissions confirmation deposit - $1,000 CDN.

You can accept or decline your offer of admission, using myStudentSystem, accessed through myPortal.MacEwan.ca. Details of the due date and admissions confirmation deposit amount are displayed. Information regarding the deposit and other methods of paying the deposit are available at MacEwan.ca/MakeAPayment.

Failure to accept your offer and/or pay the deposit will result in your offer of admission being withdrawn.

Conditional Offers

Ensure that you submit any outstanding items for admission by the date specified in your offer of admission. Applicants are advised to submit all documentation as soon as possible.

Offers of admission may include conditions that require completion prior to the start of the intake. When all academic conditions have been met you will be notified. Using your secure login to the student portal at myMacEwan.ca you can review admission decisions made to date. Check your “To Do List” often.

Failure to meet all conditions by the timelines indicated in your letter of acceptance may result in your offer of admission being withdrawn.

Important Information

  • Offers of admission are only valid for the program and intake term outlined in your letter of acceptance.
  • To remain active in the program you must be enroled past the add/drop deadline for the intake term you have been admitted to. Failure to enrol will result in your admission being withdrawn.
  • Admission decisions are not subject to appeal.
  • More detailed information regarding MacEwan’s admission policy can be found online at MacEwan.ca/Policies.