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Full time, first year applicants and registrants in first entry programs by type and program, Fall 2019

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B1: Applicants and Registrants by Program

Source: OUAC (unless otherwise stated. See institutional notes below.)

 Notes:

To ensure confidentiality, cell counts less-than or equal-to 5 are suppressed and displayed as "*". If one cell in a row is suppressed, the total is rounded to the nearest multiple of 3.

 Institution-Specific Notes:

Guelph (up till Fall 2010): Guelph main campus.

Guelph (Fall 2011 to present): Guelph main campus, Guelph Humber and Ridgetown

 Lakehead: Includes affiliates/campuses except for Fall 2005 where affiliates/campuses was excluded.

 Laurentian:  Counts include the federated universities (Thorneloe, Huntington, University of Sudbury, and Laurentian University) as well as the collaboration with Georgian College and St-Lawrence College (BBA only), but they exclude Algoma, Hearst, the Northern Ontario School of Medicine, and collaborations with Sault, Northern, Cambrian, and St-Lawrence College (Nursing program).

Source: Institutional records.

 McMaster: Includes affiliates.

 Nipissing: Includes affiliates

 UOIT (2011): Source: UOIT

 Ottawa: Includes Saint Paul from 2006 to 2010 and excludes Saint Paul starting in 2011. Starting in 2012, Saint Paul University is reported as a separate university.

 Saint Paul: Source: Institutional records and OUAC.

 Queen’s: Queen’s data includes Queen’s Theological College. Starting in Fall 2012, Queen’s Theological College was integrated into Queen’s as the School of Religion.

 Ryerson: For information on institution-specific programs (Geographic Analysis/Urban Planning, Journalism/Radio & Television Arts, Physical Sciences and Public Health), please see Ryerson's CUDO web site.

 Toronto and all 3 campuses: (1) Education includes Concurrent Education only.

(2) Other Administration includes Management.

(3) Fine and Applied Arts numbers refer to applicants/registrants to the UTM Collaborative Programs with Sheridan College (Art & Art History and Theatre & Drama).  These programs have a specific OUAC code that can be identified as 'Fine & Applied Art'.  Fine & Applied Art programs are also offered on the St. George Campus and UTSC.  Applicants to these campuses apply using the more general 'Humanities' code, which is captured in the Arts/Humanities/Social Sciences category.

(4) Physical Education, Engineering and Music are offered at the St. George campus only.

(5) Journalism is only offered at the Scarborough campus.

Source: OUAC and University of Toronto.

 Toronto Total: Includes 3 campuses (St. George, U of T Mississauga (UTM), and U of T Scarborough (UTSC)).

 Trent: Includes affiliates/campuses.

 Waterloo: Includes affiliates/campuses.

 Western: Excludes affiliated colleges. ‘Other degrees’ include programs in Health Science and Information and Media Studies.

 Brescia (Fall 2005): For information on institution-specific programs (Arts, Social Science, Human Ecology, Health Science, Kinesiology) please see Brescia’s CUDO web site.

 King’s (Fall 2005): data not reported.

 WLU: Excludes affiliates.

 York (to Fall 2008): For information on institution-specific programs (Computer Science, Humanities, Kinesiology, Other Arts & Science, Physical Science, Social Science and Undeclared), please see York's CUDO web site.

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