Academic Records

Applicants are responsible for submitting academic records after the application is submitted. Academic records are comprised of several components including:

  • Official (hard copy) transcript for each post-secondary institution.*
  • Hard copy high school transcript (if using Grade 12 Physics to meet the Physics subject requirement).
  • Online transcript data – the full record of university course codes, course weights, and grades – must be submitted via the Applicant website after an application is submitted.

Official transcripts – Post-Secondary Schools

Applicants are responsible for having official (hard copy) transcripts sent to the Faculty from every post-secondary institution attended.*

  • Preliminary official post-secondary transcripts for each institution you have attended are due by January 31, 2018 for grades up to and including the previous academic year, as well as any grades from the first term of the current year (if available).*
  • Final official post-secondary transcripts, including grades for all courses for the current year, are due by June 1, 2018.

To be considered official, all post-secondary transcripts must be sent directly from the post-secondary institution to the PharmD Admissions Office. Transcripts issued to students are not official.

Please have transcripts sent directly to:

PharmD Admissions Office
Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy
University of Toronto
144 College Street
Toronto, ON
M5S 3M2

Applicants who are not currently registered at a post-secondary institution are only required to submit one final version of their transcript(s) by January 31, 2018.

Applicants who also applied for the 2017 admission cycle are required to submit only one final version of their transcript(s) by June 1, 2018.

*Applicants who are currently registered, or were previously registered, at the University of Toronto are not required to submit official (hard copy) transcripts from the University of Toronto - our office will automatically access these records electronically. To ensure we can access these records, include your University of Toronto student number and list the University of Toronto among the institutions attended on your application.

Official Transcripts – Secondary Schools

If you intend to use a high school credit to satisfy the Physics subject requirement, the secondary school transcript must be submitted by January 31, 2018. In the event that you are currently in the process of taking Grade 12 Physics you have until the deadline of June 1, 2018 to have the final grade submitted on a transcript.  You may submit a secondary school transcript in your possession; secondary school transcripts do not need to be sent directly from the school.  However, we do not accept student report cards or unofficial photocopies.

University of Toronto students who attended an Ontario high school are not required to submit high school transcripts as this information may be accessed directly by our office from the University of Toronto student records system.

Applicants who have completed IB or AP credits should have the relevant Examining Board submit exam results electronically to the University of Toronto to enable us to access the information directly from the University of Toronto student record system.

When arranging to have transcripts sent to the Faculty, please ensure you have them addressed to:

PharmD Admissions Office
Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy
University of Toronto
144 College Street
Toronto, ON 
M5S 3M2

Online Transcript Data

Upon submission of the online Application, applicants are given access to a secure Applicant website where additional information will be entered.  Applicants must access the Applicant website, via PIN and Password, to submit all university course codes, course weights, and grades for all post-secondary institutions in Canada and the USA.  Preliminary data, with transcripts data from past years, along with the data for the first term of the current year (if available), must be submitted online by January 31, 2018.  Final course and grade submissions must be submitted by June 1, 2018.

This should not be confused with the information, related only to the required subjects, that is initially submitted on the online application.  The information submitted on the online application is related to and used only to determine if you will be meeting all subject requirements, while the information submitted on the Applicant website, subsequent to submission of the online application, will be used to calculate your cumulative university average for those who have attended a school in Canada or the USA.

Please note that both the online submission of grades, via the Applicant website, and the submission of official (hard copy) university transcripts (preliminary and final) as outlined above in the 'Official Transcripts - Post-Secondary Schools' is required.  The only exception to this is for University of Toronto students who are required to make online submissions, but are not required to provide an official (hard copy) university transcript.