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Ryerson University, Centennial College, George Brown College - BScN


How to Apply 

Applicants may apply to one, two or all three campus locations through the OUAC either on a 101 application form if you are a current Ontario Secondary School student or a 105 application form if you are not attending an Ontario high school.

Applicants apply to the Ryerson, Centennial, George Brown Collaborative Nursing Degree Program using ONE of the methods specified below:

  1. The Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC, external link, opens in new window)
  2. The Ontario Colleges site, external link, opens in new window
  3. The Ryerson Application Form is used when you have attended or are attending Ryerson whether in a degree or as a Continuing Education student, from 1984 to the present.

Please read the information and instructions for the Ryerson Application before creating an account.

Complete details about admissions are contained in the official Ryerson, Centennial and George Brown university/college calendars. For fall 2021 admission, the minimum range for admission consideration is mid to high 80s (subject to competition and site location).

The Collaborative Nursing Supplementary form must be completed by all OCAS applicants who are not currently enrolled in full-time studies in an Ontario secondary school program. Please email the completed form to

Due to COVID-19, applicants may also email unofficial secondary and post-secondary transcripts to Please include the full name under which you applied and your OCAS application number in the email. This email is a no-reply email. If more information is required you will be contacted by the college.

If selected, an admission decisions will be posted in your Choose>Ryerson applicant portal. Please continue to monitor this account for a response to your application.

Nursing Post-Diploma 

If you are a licensed RN, RPN or an Internationally Educated Nurse looking to complete your BScN degree, Ryerson offers a Post-RN program both in Full time and Part time leading to a Bachelor of Science in Nursing.