(a) A student proceeding to a degree or diploma must register
by the dates established unless permission is granted by the Dean
of the Faculty to delay registration.
(b) With the approval of the chair/director of the department/school concerned and the Dean of the Faculty, a student may, within two weeks of the beginning of classes, change registration from one program to another.
(c) all students must consult with academic advisors prior to registration to discuss and have their courses of studies approved. (See also Arts & Science Regulations page 177 and 232)
(d) With the approval of the chair/director of the department/school concerned and the Dean of the Faculty, a change in registration in a course is permitted in accordance with the dates published in the academic schedule (see page 6).
(e) With the approval of the chair/director of the department/school concerned and the Dean of the Faculty, a student may withdraw voluntarily, with good standing,
from a fall term half course by November 6, 2006, and
from a winter term half course by February 28, 2006/March 6, 2007 or
a fall/winter full course by February 7, 2006/February 7, 2007.
(f) A student on campus must have successfully completed all courses of the first year before registering for any course in the third year and all courses of the second year before registering in the fourth year.
(g) A student who wishes to carry more than the normal number of courses prescribed for a year or for a single term in the case of programs that do not follow the academic year format may do so only with the permission of the Dean of the Faculty and only if at least a B average in the previous year has been attained.
(h) A student who has maintained at least a "B" average in the last five (5) courses, may take three (3) courses in the combined Spring and Summer Terms. This constitutes the equivalent of a full-time program.
No more than two courses may be taken during the Spring Term.
No more than two courses may be taken during the Summer Term, combining day and evening classes.
I General Regulations
III Programs of Study
VII Special Examinations
IX Academic Dishonesty
XI Computer Users
Definitions (Full-time vs Part-time Status)
Course Numbering System
Transcript/Academic Record Abbreviations
Disclosure of Personal Information to Statistics Canada
2007-2008 Calendar version