A student may amend her/his record of course enrollment through the course verification process in accordance with the schedule for the semester.
Enrollment in courses offered through Part-Time Studies must be in accordance with current college policies concerning full-time post-secondary students taking Part-Time Studies courses.
Course drop/withdrawal dates
- The last date for students to drop courses with no record of enrollment will be 10 days from the course start date.
- The last date for students to withdraw from courses with no academic penalty will be an established date representing 70% of the total course duration calculated from the course start date to the course end date, normally defined in the Full-Time Post-Secondary Academic Calendar. Students who withdraw by this deadline will receive a W grade.
For students enrolled in programs following the 15 or 16 week calendars you may refer to the Course Withdrawal Deadlines Easy Reference Chart. Any exceptions to program and course start and end dates will not be included on this chart. Please refer to your course verification form or contact your course division for your withdrawal deadline.
At the end of each program level, in accordance with College Policy 2-C-04, Course Grade System, the student will receive a grade or notation for each course recorded on the Student Record. Grades are available on WebAdvisor.
Full-time students are assessed for academic progression at the end of each program level. An academic standing statement will be assigned in accordance with College Policy 2-C-05 and will be included on WebAdvisor at the completion of the grade reporting period for the program level. Registration for students who are not eligible to continue in their program will be cancelled for the next term and an approval for re-admission will be required.
Enrollment in courses offered through Part-Time Studies must be in accordance with current College policies concerning full-time post-secondary students taking Part-Time Studies courses.
The College reserves the right, Course Enrollment General Principle notwithstanding, to deny enrollment in any course where previous experience has indicated that no useful purpose would be served by such enrollment. The recommendation to deny enrollment must be made by the Course Division Chairperson and approved by the Dean of the School in which the course is offered.
When a student has completed all the courses of a program with satisfactory achievement, the student is eligible for graduation. At the time of graduation the student may receive a credential which will specify the program from which the student has graduated and, where appropriate, the major area of study.
Students registered in a co-op program must maintain a satisfactory standard of academic achievement. For information concerning this standard, contact the Co-operative and Career Education department in room D1063.
Attendance requirements are specified in program and course outlines. It is important for students to note these requirements at the beginning of the program or course.