I've Been Admitted

Congratulations on Your Offer of Admission


We look forward to welcoming you to York University! Here are next steps to help you prepare to join us.

View & Accept Your Admission Offer

Note: You may see your offer of admission on MyFile but notice it does not yet appear on your OUAC account. Kindly wait 1-2 business days and check back, to allow for a short processing delay.

Ready to say yes to York?

Log in to MyFile to view the status of your application and to accept your offer of admission to York University.

Once logged in, click 'Application Status' on the left menu bar. The next screen will display all programs you have applied to at York. As a reminder, you may only accept an offer of admission to one program/university.vFor programs with a decision of 'Admitted, you may click ‘Accept/Decline Offer’ in the Next Steps column:

Screenshot of the MyFile portal listing three programs with an offer of admission. Beside each there is a 'next steps' column with an option to 'Accept or Decline Offer'

If you applied to York University through the Ontario Universities Application Centre (OUAC), you will be prompted to use your OUAC reference number to log in to your OUAC application and accept your offer. Once you’ve submitted your response you will receive a confirmation number from OUAC. If you need assistance, contact undergradsup@ouac.on.ca.

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Note: Your acceptance of your offer on the OUAC site will take a few days to be reflected on MyFile. Continue to refer to MyFile to confirm the status of your offer, apply to residence and more.

Additional Admission Resources

Alternative Offers

You may have received an alternative offer of admission: admission to a program to which you did not apply.

Learn More

Deferral Requests

A deferral is a postponement of your admission. As a newly admitted first-year student you may request a deferral. We grant deferrals only in very exceptional cases and on a restricted basis.

Learn More

Accessibility Services

York provides comprehensive support for students with temporary or permanent disabilities through Student Accessibility Services (SAS). These services include development of an academic accommodation plan, referral to campus and community supports and specialized programming for students with physical, sensory, medical, learning or mental health disabilities. 

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