STANDING REQUIRED FOR CONTINUATION
IN PROGRAMS (taken from on-line calendar)
(a) If the cumulative and major average
requirements are 5.0 and if the student has
achieved an average between 4.0 and 4.9, the
1)The requirements for continuation "in good
student normally will be allowed to continue on
standing" are as follows, unless otherwise
probation until the next evaluation period. By the
specified in the program section of the calendar:
subsequent evaluation period both the cumulative
says ‘required to
and major averages must be raised to at least a 5.0
A cumulative G.P.A. of 5.0 and a major G.P.A. of
or the student may be required to withdraw from the
5.0 in all General and Honours B.A., [except for
the Concurrent B.A. French Studies
(b) If the major average requirement is 8.0 and if the
student has achieved a major average below 8.0,
2) An appropriate Academic Standing Committee the student will be placed on probation and will be
within each Faculty reviews the academic record allowed to continue on probation until the next
What does that
of each student and makes academic decisions evaluation period. By the subsequent evaluation
as appropriate in light of the cumulative and period the major average must be raised to at least
major averages achieved. In most programs this 8.0 or the student may be required to withdraw from
evaluation occurs at the conclusion of the Winter
term. In certain programs (such as Co-operative
the program. mean?
Education programs), this evaluation may occur (c) If your cumulative average is 4.0 or lover you will
at the conclusion of any term, depending upon be required to withdraw from University.
the structure of the program.
A major G.P.A. of 8.0 in French Studies courses in
3) A student will automatically be placed on order to remain in the Concurrent Bachelor of Arts in
probation if he/she has not met the minimum French Studies/Bachelor of Education Program.
cumulative and major average requirements at
the end of any term in which his/her record is not A cumulative G.P.A. of 5.0 and a major G.P.A. of
being formally reviewed, 8.0 in the B.F.A., B.F.S., B.M.T., B.Mus., B.S.W.
Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences
A cumulative G.P.A. of 8.0 and a major G.P.A. of
4) A student's record will be referred to an
8.0 in the B.A.S., and the Concurrent Bachelor of
appropriate Academic Standing Committee within
Social Work and Bachelor of Music Therapy.
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Required to withdraw HOW DO I FIND OUT Steps to Appeal The
At the end of each Winter term, the IF I’M REQUIRED TO Required to
Academic Standing Committee of the WITHDRAW (RTW)? Withdraw decision
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Your appeal must be typed and submitted to
reviews the academic record of each Students who are required to withdraw will the Office of Student Academic Concerns
student within the Faculty whose be sent a written letter as notification. The and Support, Rm. 110, CHT, Attention:
cumulative average and/or major letter will be sent to whatever mailing Academic Standing Appeals Committee.
address you have provided on your SIS. IT You need to submit (4) four separate
average is below 5.0 (C-) and makes
IS THE STUDENT’S RESPONSIBILITY TO packages, each must include one of each of
academic decisions as appropriate. ENSURE ACCURATE ADDRESS
INFORMATION. Also, required to
Any student with a cumulative average
withdraw will be on the bottom of the 1. A typed letter, including your name,
and/or major average less than 5.0 (C-) students’ transcript for Winter which can be student ID #, mailing address. Make
will normally be required to withdraw, viewed on the SIS. sure you sign the typed letter.
except for first year students that have Students who are required to withdraw 2. Your current Degree Audit or DARS.
only been at the University for two must be out of university for twelve months Available on the SIS (Student Informa-
before re-applying. You should attend a tion System) by clicking on “Check
semesters. First year students that
college and take at least 3 courses, all in one progress towards your degree”.
have only been here for two semesters semester, related to Arts and Social
will normally be allowed to continue on Sciences and obtain a grade of B or better in 3. Your UNOFFICIAL transcript.
each course. Available on the SIS by clicking on
academic probation if their cumulative
“View your transcript”.
average is between 4.0 and 4.9. Any To re-apply for admission, go to the
Application for Readmission/Change of APPEALS LACKING DOCUMENTATION
student with a cumulative average
Program Form on their SIS page by the WILL NOT BE REVIEWED.
between 4.0 and 4.9 will normally be appropriate deadline (found on the Appeals received after the deadline will not
allowed to continue on academic Registrar’s Webpage). The application must
be reviewed, therefore upholding the original
probation through a second year. By be completed with a letter of rationale and an
decision of required to withdraw.
official transcript from college.
the end of that time, their average must
Appeals are reviewed and students are
be in good standing. Readmission is not automatic and will be
notified of the decisions by mail in August.
dependent upon the assessment of the
All appeals are determined on the basis of
applicant’s prospects for successful
completion of the program. documents submitted to the committee.
Personal interviews are not conducted.
Students who are required to withdraw a
second time may not re-apply to the