Navigating Your Letter of Acceptance

Use this helpful guide to ensure you are following these important next steps: understanding and confirming your Letter of Acceptance.

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How to Reserve Your Spot at Lakehead


You've applied to Lakehead and been given a Letter of Acceptance. The next important step to ensuring you're on track to begin your studies is to accept your Letter of Acceptance. Then you can be certain we're reserving a spot for you. Follow these steps to help you through this process:

Walk through your Letter of Acceptance

Your Letter of Acceptance is the official document that will be used when you apply for your study permit, and you will be required to present it when you pass through Canadian customs on your way to Lakehead. It's important that all of the information on it is correct. Read your Letter of Acceptance and verify the following:

Letter of Acceptance - personal info area

The accuracy of your personal information:

Is your name spelled correctly?

Does it match the name on your official travel documents (passport)?

Is your date of birth correct?

Is your address correct?

 

Letter of Acceptance - program info areaProgram Information:

Is the program listed the one you applied for?

Is the start term for the program correct?

Is the campus location correct?

Take note of the estimated tuition fees here. For details on verifying exact tuition amounts, visit our Tuition & Fees page.

 

Letter of Acceptance - conditionsAdmission Conditions:

Read and understand any conditions listed in this section. Be sure you have clear plans to meet these conditions by the deadline also included in this section of your Letter. If you do not understand your conditions or if you have questions, please contact our Admissions team.

Take note of the expiry date. We will hold your spot at Lakehead until this date.

Take note of the length of your program.

Take note of the link to important information for your visa officer.

 

Letter of Acceptance - next stepsNext Steps:

Here you will find instructions on how to accept your Letter of Acceptance and the deadline to do this.

Take note of your confirmation deposit amount, how to pay it, and the deadline to pay.

Where to go with Questions

If you are unsure about any of the information in your Letter of Acceptance, need to make a correction, or if you have questions, please contact our Admissions teams:

Undergraduate Admissions: 
Email: intl.admission@lakeheadu.ca
Phone: +1 (807) 343-8010, ext. 7854

Graduate Admissions: 
Email: gstudent@lakeheadu.ca
Phone: +1 (807) 343-8010, ext. 8785

Accept Your Letter and Pay Your Confirmation Deposit

Now that you have read and understood your Letter of Acceptance, it's time to confirm your Letter. This is the only way to reserve your spot at Lakehead.

Accept Online: Your Letter of Acceptance includes instructions on how to officially accept the Letter online. This must be done before the expiration date on your Letter. 

Pay Confirmation Deposit: The amount required to reserve your spot is stated in your Letter. For methods to pay your deposit, visit our How to Pay Student Fees page. Include your student number in any transactions or communications so that we can match your deposit with your application.

Academic English Program Students: If you have a language condition and want to take the Academic English Program to meet your condition, you must first accept your Letter of Acceptance. After doing this, contact the English Language Centre to register for the Academic English Program. If you do not want to take the Academic English Program to meet your language requirement, you can submit a recognized language test score such as an IELTS, TOEFL or Duolingo.