Information for Students Required to Withdraw
Students may be required to withdraw from the University for a number of reasons:
· A student whose cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) is less than 2.00, when academic decisions are made at the completion of each full year of study in May, will be required to withdraw from the University.
· A student who fails to clear probation (after completing 4.0 credit attempts) will be required to withdraw from the University.
· A student who fails more than 5.0 credits (or equivalent, including repeated courses) will be required to withdraw from the University.
Students that have been required to withdraw from the University, and who would like to apply to return to studies, must follow the re-admission procedures. There may be cases where it is not in the student's best interest to attempt re-admission to Laurier. Students wishing to discuss re-admission should make an appointment to meet with the Associate Dean: Student Services, Faculty of Science by contacting Patricia Freeman at email@example.com.