The university acknowledges and respects the rich diversity of our learners, their communities, their aspirations, and their cultures and traditions.
How to apply
- Find a program
Review our programs and identify your top two choices. Admission is specific to each program, but all programs require senior level high school English and four other faculty specific courses.
- Know your admission requirements
You can apply as a high school student, post-secondary transfer or an adult student.
- Submit your application online
Follow these five easy steps to complete your application online.
- Send your documents
Find out more about providing official and unofficial transcripts to complete your application for admission.
Join us for Indigenous U
The University of Calgary is excited to welcome Indigenous students, guidance counselors, educators, and liaisons to our annual Indigenous U event. This event is intended to connect Indigenous learners (of all ages) and counselors to the University of Calgary community, its programs, and support services available for Indigenous students.
Aboriginal Student Access Program (ASAP)
This transition-year program offers an alternative access route for Indigenous students to enter our post-secondary degree programs. You'll take first-year university courses, and you’ll also receive cultural and peer support, academic advising, and access to tutorials.
You'll find support on campus
Support and Services
The University of Calgary offers a number of cultural, personal and academic supports. The Native Centre is a one-stop location that encourages and supports student success through a wide variety of services, facilities, programs and events. This includes peer tutoring, mentorship, career planning, Grad Pow-wow and cultural and personal advising.
The Native Centre has a number of student facilities including a computer lab, Indigenous Students’ Council office, Red Lodge Student Lounge, study space, and a ceremonial room
Visit the Native Centre for further information and a calendar of events
The university offers a number of services to all University of Calgary students including, sports, clubs, theatre, student government and more. You can find more information by visiting our student experience page.
- Apply for awards and bursaries
Make sure you also fill out our online awards application to be considered for all of our high school awards and bursaries including the Indigenous Careers award.
- Check your application status
Log into your My UCalgary to access the Student Centre where you can check your application status and if there are any outstanding documents. Common checklist items include paying your application fee, transcripts or supplementary information.
- Proof of Indigenous identity
Before course registration, proof of Indigenous identity may be required. Learn more about the Indigenous admissions process documents