Undergraduate Admission, Queen's University, Canada

Application Fraud

[Theological Hall in winter]

Application Fraud

Statement of Application Fraud

It is your responsibility to ensure that your application information and all supporting documentation is truthful, complete and correct.

Queen’s University reserves the right to verify any information provided as part of your application.

It is an act of serious academic misconduct to provide any false or misleading information (either by omission or commission) in your application.

If it is proven, or if the University has reasonable grounds to conclude, that any information in your application, or in any of the material submitted in support of your application, is determined to be false or misleading, or written by a third party, your application may be invalidated at the absolute and sole discretion of Queen’s University.

This could result in immediate rejection of your application, or, in the revocation of an offer of admission, or, in the termination of your registration at Queen’s University.

Any such information may be shared by Queen’s University with the OUAC and/or with other universities and colleges across Canada.