Note: Since the Royal Military College of Canada is a bilingual university, the information it has provided is in either English or French, based on the language of the program.
RMC's application process is independent from that of the Ontario Universities' Application Centre. Changes to the Ontario university admission offer date agreement will not affect RMC's admission process.

All applications must be made through the Canadian Armed Forces website. You will be informed of the decision of the Selection Board by mid-May.

Residences and Meal Plans

Residence Price(s)

Approximately $3,000, including the mandatory meal plan that is automatically deducted from your Officer Cadet salary.

Room Types

The College is fully residential: Cadets live together in a military environment. Cadets are responsible for the administration of many of the activities in their life at RMC. This situation gives all cadets the chance to observe the leadership of others and helps them to learn this art by accepting such responsibilities themselves.

Single rooms are normally provided for fourth-year Officer Cadets. Other senior Cadets are allocated single rooms on a space-available basis. In the first year, Officer Cadets are placed in doubled rooms. All residences are co-educational. 

Meals are consumed in the on-campus Cadet Dining Hall. Full recreational facilities, including an indoor swimming pool, are available in close proximity to the residences. 

Cadets who are married or have common law status may be authorized by their chain of command to live off-campus. Other cadets who want to rent civilian accommodation must ask permission to live off-campus.

Residence Guarantee

All Officer Cadets, with few exceptions, must reside on campus for their 4 years of study.

Deposit Required

There are no fees to apply to attend RMC.

Meal Plans

The RMC Cadet Mess provides facilities for the training of the Cadet Wing in the customs and practices of a Service Mess, and has facilities for social and recreational activities, which are an integral part of college life.

The general administration is carried out by a Cadet Mess Committee with Cadet representation from all years, assisted by a staff advisor from the Cadet Wing. The Mess is conducted in the form of a Service Officers Mess with Cadets filling the responsible positions.

Other Information

Chaplain Services

The Chaplains – Protestant, Muslim and Roman Catholic – conduct regular Friday and Sunday Services of Divine Worship. Officer Cadets, and other college personnel and their families, are invited to attend all regularly scheduled activities.

Officer Cadets will find, during Bible study groups, Juma prayer, padre's hours and other occasions, opportunities for valuable interchange with the Chaplains and each other on ethical, moral and religious issues. The Chaplains are always available for individual counseling as well.