Accept Your Offer

Accept Your Offer of Admission

COVID-19 Information for Applicants: Our Fall 2020 term will run from September 21 to December 19, 2020. Our intent is to have a blended delivery of programs. Some programs will be delivered fully online while others will be delivered through a mix of face-to-face and online delivery. Details about specific program delivery will be communicated to all applicants by May 28, 2020. We are glad you are considering us for the next steps in your educational journey. Fanshawe College will review all application timelines in coordination with the Ontario College system. Applicants have two weeks from the time of offer to confirm it on There is no cost to you at this stage. July 22 is the date to pay your $250 non-refundable tuition deposit. If there are any changes to these dates, the changes will be on an Ontario college system-wide level at the direction of the Ministry and communicated to all applicants.


Congratulations on your offer of admission to Fanshawe! You’ve made a great choice and you are one step closer to becoming a part of our Fanshawe family. If you’re still weighing your options, here are ten reasons why you should accept your offer.

Canadian students: How to confirm your offer of admission via

How to confirm your offer of admission

Do you have an offer but it’s not your first choice or maybe you’ve been offered a spot on the waitlist for your program? You can still accept an offer of admission while you are on a waitlist or waiting for another offer of admission. Say yes to your waitlist offer through your account on WebAdvisor.

International students: The offer of admission

Connect with our International Centre to learn how to apply and secure your seat at Fanshawe College.

What's next? Admissions checklist

Now that you’ve confirmed your offer of admission, here are a few other items you should check off your list:

Experience Fanshawe online - live sessions


Our ongoing virtual open house offers program sessions, virtual tours, live Q&A and personal appointments with recruiters, as well as helpful “how-to” videos to get you ready for Fanshawe.


Pay your $250 non-refundable deposit to hold your seat


Once you’ve confirmed your offer, make sure you pay attention to the deadline for your non-refundable deposit to secure your seat in the program. Note: you must pay your deposit even if you are getting OSAP.


Apply for OSAP, bursaries and scholarships and get help with budgeting


We have lots of resources to help you determine how to pay for college. Explore budgeting, OSAP options and learn how and when to apply for bursaries and scholarships. Don't forget to apply early for OSAP and entrance bursaries!


Complete any outstanding admission conditions


All offers are conditional until you meet the requirements due three weeks prior to the start of classes. Do we have proof that you completed all your required courses? Log in to WebAdvisor to see what is outstanding.


Apply for residence or find off-campus housing


Get your housing situation organized and out of the way early. Review your options and find out how to apply for residence.


Read your registration and invoice package


Starting late May (for the Fall term), you will receive a Registration and Fee Invoice package in the mail. Make sure you read through it and take note of the key dates and deadlines for things like deposits and orientation.



What you need to be ready for the start of the semester

Now that you’ve paid your deposit, you're officially a Fanshawe student! Here’s what you need to do next while you wait to start your first semester:

Write the WRIT assessment


Look for the assessment dates available in July and August on A small number of programs are exempt from this step.


Complete any post-admission requirements


See if your program has pre-placement conditions such as police record checks or health forms, or if it requires a laptop purchase.


Register for your courses


For most Fanshawe programs, students are registered in their courses and given a class schedule, located on WebAdvisor, four to six weeks before classes begin. To view your course listing, view your program page. Most students will have to take one or more General Education Electives as part of their program, with some required to register for a Gen Ed in the first semester. 

Students in the General Arts and Science program must choose and register for their courses online. View information on how to select and register for courses, attend one of our in-person sessions or contact an Academic Advisor for assistance. 

Students in Business (BUS1) or Business (Co-op) (BUS2) can visit their program homepage on FanshaweOnline for instruction on how to select electives.


Get your class schedule


Class schedules will be available by mid-July. Log in to WebAdvisor and check under the student menu to access yours.


Upload your photo for your FANCard


Once you have confirmed your offer and paid your deposit, you're eligible for a FANCard – your student ID, building access, meal plan pass all in one convenient card.

NEW! Coming for fall 2020: Upload your own photo with MyPhoto. No need to wait in lines on campus! Learn more about how to get your FANCard.


Buy your textbooks and supplies


Visit the Campus Store to purchase books and supplies. You can also find your program booklist and shop online six weeks prior to the start of term.


Purchase a meal plan


Explore all of your dining options and load your FANCard to use on campus.


Consider your transportation options


All full-time London Campus students get a London Transit bus pass as part of their tuition. Looking for parking? Visit our London Campus Parking Office. Parking is free at our regional campuses and sites.


Find a locker


Lockers are available for an additional fee. Learn more about lockers.


Explore student support options


Familiarize yourself with all of the student support options available at your campus location.


Helpful resources:

Offer of admission

Offer of admission booklet


Registration package

Registration package