Undergraduate Course Waivers
Undergraduate Course Waivers: Fall Course Add Period: June 5 to 9th, 2017
The Fall Course Add Period starts at 12 am on WebAdvisor on June 5 and continues until 11:59 pm on June 9th, 2017. During this period, all in-course undergraduate students may register for courses. Further information can be found on the Registrar's website. Please be aware that the next and last Fall course add period will be from August 21 - September 15, 2017. Information on this website will be revised during those time frames.
In the Department of Family Relations & Applied Nutrition, the Academic Administrative Assistant, Ruth Lesins, is responsible for signing course waivers (for courses requiring instructor consent, prerequisite/restriction waivers, course overload, etc.), rather than FRAN course instructors. The office is located in MINS 247 and the email address is email@example.com.
You can download the Course Waiver Request form, or collect a form from outside MINS 247.
The decision to sign a course waiver is related to each individual student's program and academic background as well as the course enrolment, capacity and timing. Please email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org for consideration. If you wish to further discuss your situation, bring a completed course waiver to MINS 247 and meet with Ruth.
Additional spaces may be opened up throughout the course add period. Check WebAdvisor regularly and register when spaces become available.
If you are a BASc major (including Co-op and transfer students) or FCS minor, every effort will be made to accommodate your required courses in your unique schedule.
Here's what is helpful to know about getting a course waiver:
The next opportunity to register for Fall 2017 is as follows:
August 21 to September 15, 2017. WebAdvisor opens at 12 am on August 21st.
The following Priority Access restrictions are in place for the current Fall 2017 Add/Drop Period. These restrictions may be altered and/or removed during the next Add/Drop Period.
FRHD*1100 Life: Health and Well-Being PRIORITY ACCESS for BASc MAJORS
FRHD*2110 Exceptional Children and Youth PRIORITY ACCESS for CYF MAJOR and FCS MINOR.
FRHD*3400 Communication and Counseling Skills PRIORITY ACCESS for BASc MAJORS and FCS MINOR
FRHD*4310 Professional Issues PRIORITY ACCESS FOR BASc STUDENTS with 14.0 credits
NUTR*1010 Introduction to Nutrition RESTRICTED FOR BASc MAJORS and FCS MINORS
NUTR*4070 Nutrition Education PRIORITY ACCESS FOR BASC MAJORS and FCS MINOR