When students are unable to complete their course requirements, documentation is required to enable student program advisors to make informed decisions regarding the student's application for a "Withdrawal with Cause" or "Incomplete." Students/professionals may wish to use the Documentation Request form to provide Arts and Science Student Program Services with the necessary information. All documentation provided to Arts and Science Student Program Services is kept confidential.
A Prerequisite Waiver is required when students want to register in a course for which they do not have the required prerequisite(s) and should be submitted before registering in the course.
Students may only request a rescheduled final examination at Arts and Science Student Program Services (SU 060) when faced with extraordinary circumstances beyond their control. The University of Lethbridge exam rescheduling policy can be found in the current Academic Calendar.
The Faculty of Arts and Science will approve rescheduling requests for students scheduled to write examinations in three consecutive timeslots within a 24-hour period.
The faculty will consider applications by students with compelling (and documented) medical appointments which cannot be changed and professional commitments outside of the city which cannot be rescheduled. It is expected that the student will have exhausted all reasonable measures to accomodate potential conflicts, including course withdrawal.
Please note that final examinations will not be rescheduled to accommodate vacation plans, even when scheduled by someone other than the student.
Cases in which students cannot write final examinations due to medical emergencies, bereavement or other unforeseen circumstances that occur after the last day of classes will be adjudicated by an advisor as a potential "Incomplete" or "Withdrawal With Cause."
Continuing students may wait-list for courses as long as the following conditions are met:
The course must be required in your current major.
We cannot accept wait-list requests for courses that will be used towards your GLER, electives, minor, or concentration.
How do I wait-list for a course?
The Wait-list Request Web Form will only be posted for the duration of the wait-listing period. Check the Notice Board or Arts and Science Advising News for the exact wait-listing dates.
Should I try to wait-list as soon as the web form is available?
No, it doesn't matter if you submit your request on the first day or the last hour the form is available. Wait-list requests are prioritized based on the students' degree progress and students who are closest to finishing their degree will be accommodated first. Students submitting their wait-list requests on the last day of the wait-list period will receive equal treatment to students submitting on the first day of the wait-list period.
Once I am on the wait-list, should I keep trying to register?
Yes, it is required that wait-listed students continue trying to register in the course(s) on their own.
Why would I be removed from the wait-list?
Students are removed from the wait-list:
Am I guaranteed to be registered in the course I am wait-listing for?
Although every attempt is made to accommodate wait-list requests, it is not guaranteed that we will be able to register you in the course. You should discuss alternative course options or sequencing plans with an Arts and Science Student Program Advisor.
If my wait-list request is accepted, when will I get into the course?
If we are able to accommodate your wait-list request, you may be registered in the course at any time between the wait-list period and the end of the Add/Drop period, depending on the unique circumstances of the course(s) you need.
How will I know if I have been registered in the course?
Students are notified when their registration changes by an automated e-mail sent by the Registrar's Office. Of course, you can always check your registration on the Bridge.
The Registrar's Office also has some forms available electronically. Please visit their website to see if a form you need is available.
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