Financial Deregistration

Financial deregistration is the removal of all course sections in a specific semester. Financial deregistration occurs when a student fails to settle their account (pay in full or have an arrangement for payment approved by Student Financial Services) by the published payment deadline date. Dates & Deadlines for Fees & Payments are posted on the Student Financial Services (SFS) and communicated to students at their University-issued email account.

Prior to financial deregistration taking place, payment reminder emails are sent to the University-issued email account by SFS. If the account is still not settled, financial deregistration occurs. Students are notified by email to the student’s University-issued email account. In addition to all course sections in the specific semester being removed, the tuition and compulsory fees for that same semester will also be removed from the student’s account on WebAdvisor.

If you have been deregistered due to financial reasons and you wish to continue your studies you must contact accquest@uoguelph.ca to obtain the amount to be paid (including additional Reinstatement and/or Late Payment Fees) and complete the appropriate Reinstatement process (please refer to Reinstatement).

August Deregistration - Fall Semester

In addition to the financial deregistration for non-payment of accounts each semester, a deregistration occurs in August for undergraduate students that do not pay the $200 Fall Undergraduate Registration Deposit by the published deadline.

If you have been deregistered and you wish to continue your studies, you must complete the appropriate Reinstatement process (please refer to Reinstatement).

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