The Registrar's Office administers the?Academic Regulations, registers students for programs and courses, processes student status changes and provides official transcripts and confirmation of enrolment letters.
A program's schedule of courses is normally pre-determined. This means students are automatically registered for all of their courses (once the tuition deposit is paid). If a student fails or withdraws from a course, they are responsible for contacting the Registrar's Office in order to get re-registered for the next offering of the course.
The minimum academic standard for undergraduate students is a weighted grade point average of C or 2.0; graduate?students is a weighted grade point average of B or 3.0. A student who falls below the minimum grade point average at any time in their program will receive notice from the Registrar advising them of their academic status and the required academic standard they must achieve in order to continue in the program and graduate. Exceptions to the minimum graduation requirement requires the approval of Academic Council.
See the Government of Canada website information about "Studying in Canada" to learn more about:
- study permits (including renewing)
- temporary resident Visas
- required immigration documents
- immigration policies and procedures
Requests to the Registrar
You can find the required information and forms on MyAdmin relating to changing your personal information, academic standing, requesting a leave of absence, and other requests that must go through the Registrar's Office for change or approval.?