Wilfrid Laurier University Undergraduate Academic Calendar - 2010/2011
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Undergraduate Academic Calendar 2010/2011




Contact Us:

J Bell
email: jbell@wlu.ca
phone: 6350

 

Readmission of Students Required to Withdraw

Required to Withdraw from Laurier

If you were required to withdraw from Laurier, you may request re-admission to resume studies no earlier than 12 months from the date of required withdrawal.

Please note: Due to the competitive nature of the programs in the School of Business & Economics, students who were required to withdraw from the University are not eligible for re-admission into these programs. If you wish to be considered for re-admission into another program at the University, please follow the instructions below for Arts, Brantford or Science.

For the Faculty of Arts, Laurier Brantford and the Faculty of Science:

  1. Re-admission will be at the discretion of the appropriate Admissions Committee and is not guaranteed.
  2. Academic upgrading is required (i.e. Two academic college courses, each at a minimum grade of A- (80%); or two university courses, each at a minimum grade of B- (70%) or better. These courses may not be taken at Laurier and must not cover course material previously taken at Laurier. Any additional courses taken while on "must withdraw" status will be scrutinized by the appropriate Admissions Committee.
  3. Courses taken for upgrading purposes must be approved by the Admissions Officer for the faculty you are wishing to enter or re-enter. Please email the Admissions Officer with the course description or course syllabus or links to the website where this information can be found and include your full name and student ID number in the email.
  4. Courses taken at college or another university to either meet upgrading requirements or taken for interest while on a "must withdraw" status will not be awarded as, or considered for, transfer credit if you are re-admitted.
  5. An official transcript must be sent directly to the Admissions Office from the institution(s) attended for upgrading.

Previous Laurier students must complete: Request for Re-admission

Your request will be reviewed by the appropriate Admissions Committee. The Admissions Committee also requires that you submit, along with the appropriate academic documents, a letter written by you, addressed to the "Admissions Committee" which outlines the following:

  1. The program you wish to enter or re-enter;
  2. The reasons for your previous academic performance;
  3. Why you wish to attend Laurier and why you think you will be more successful academically if re-admitted;
  4. Details concerning your activities or work experience since your last attendance at school.

If re-admitted, students are permitted to enroll in part-time studies on academic probation. They are limited to 1.0 credits per semester and must successfully complete 2.0 credits (or equivalent) with a G.P.A. of 5.00 (C) within two years, but are limited to taking 2.0 credits (or equivalent) until academic probation is cleared. Upon clearing probation they may then proceed into full-time or part-time studies in accordance with regular academic regulations.

Re-admission Term Request Form & Personal Letter due Official Transcripts Due
Fall 2010
July 15, 2010
July 15, 2010
Winter 2011
November 15, 2010
November 30, 2010
Spring/Intersession 2011
March 14, 2011
April 1, 2011
Summer 2011
May 23, 2011
June 1, 2011

Applicants will be notified by mail once decisions have been made. Mail will be sent to the mailing address on file with the Registrar's Office.

 
Required to Withdraw from Another Institution

Applicants who have been required to withdraw from any other post-secondary institution must have been away from the institution they were asked to withdraw from for at least 12 months and complete an Application for Admission (Part-time studies only).

  1. Admission will be at the discretion of the Admissions Committee and is not guaranteed.
  2. Academic upgrading is required (i.e. two academic college courses, each at a minimum grade of A- (80%) or better; or two university courses, each at a minimum grade of B- (70%) or better). These courses may not be taken at Laurier. Any additional courses taken while on "must withdraw" status will be scrutinized by the appropriate Admissions Committee.
  3. Courses taken for upgrading purposes must be approved by the Admissions Officer for the Faculty you are wishing to enter.
  4. Courses taken at college or another university to either meet upgrading requirements or taken for interest while on "must withdraw" status will not be awarded as, or considered for, transfer credit if you are admitted to Laurier.

Your application will be reviewed by the appropriate Admissions Committee. The Admissions Committee requires that you submit, along with the appropriate academic documents, a letter written by you, addressed to the "Admissions Committee" which outlines the following:

  1. The program you wish to enter;
  2. The reasons for your previous academic performance;
  3. Why you wish to attend Laurier and why you think you will be more successful academically if admitted;
  4. Details concerning your activities or work experience since your last attendance at school.

Application Deadlines are the same as the deadlines for part-time admissions. However, to ensure we have time to properly process your application, ensure you have all supporting documentation including transcripts to our office by the following deadlines.

If admitted, students are permitted to enroll in part-time studies on academic probation. They are limited to 1.0 credit per semester and must successfully complete 2.0 credits (or equivalent) with a GPA of 5.00 (C) within two years, but are limited to taking 2.0 credits (or equivalent) until academic probation is cleared. Upon clearing probation they may then proceed into full-time or part-time studies in accordance with regular academic regulations.

Admission Term Documentation Due Date 
Fall 2010
July 15, 2010
Winter 2011
November 20, 2010
Spring/Intersession 2011
April 1, 2011
Summer 2011
June 1, 2011

Admission decisions are sent by mail to the mailing address as indicated on your application for admission.