VIII. Undergraduate Degree Regulations and Procedures
Continuation of Study
Normally students who transfer from another university or college will be required to follow Schedule 2. Students who are readmitted to this University but whose prior record renders them ineligible to proceed under Schedule 1 will be required to follow Schedule 2.
Schedule 2 Regulations
Continuation of study is permitted provided the student meets the conditions outlined below. In some instances, students not meeting the requirements may be allowed to proceed on probation. If these conditions are not met, the student will be required to withdraw from the program for a minimum of two semesters and may apply for readmission after that time.
The continuation of study regulations are based on the principle that students must be maintaining a 60% average. The details of the continuation of study model follow. The student's cumulative average will first be reviewed. If it does not meet the required level, the student will either be required to withdraw or placed on probation. Students who are placed on probation will be required to obtain a given semester average in subsequent semesters. As a result of this review, the student will either be required to withdraw, remain on probation, or placed back on regular status. Students will be taken off probation once their cumulative average rises above 60%.
Continuation of Study is assessed each semester. Students whose cumulative average falls below 60% will be placed on probation for one semester, and then assessed based on their semester average.
If Eligible to Continue
If on Probation
Note: Alternative course evaluations will not be included in the Continuation of Study calculations [Pass (P), Outstanding Pass (OP), Fail (F), Credit Standing (CRD) or Withdrawal with Failure (WF)]. Courses taken on a letter of permission will also not be included in the calculations. Students negatively affected by the omission of these courses in the Continuation of Study calculations may appeal a continuation decision to the Academic Review Committee.