Returning After an Absence

All students returning to the University of Lethbridge after an absence of one or more fall or spring terms must apply for readmission according to current application procedures and deadlines.

Returning to Previous Program

Applicants who were previously admitted to the University, left after completing one or more terms, and have not completed any transferable courses at another institution during the absence will be considered for readmission to their previous program of study in accordance with the policies of the relevant Faculty (refer to the Admission information in the applicable Faculty part of the Calendar).

Returning to a Different Program

Applicants who are seeking readmission to a different program of studies or who have completed transferable courses at another post-secondary institution during the absence must meet current admission requirements for the program they are intending to pursue (see Post-Secondary Admission Route and Program Availability and Required Qualifications).

Applicants who Left on Academic Probation

If readmitted, applicants who were on academic probation upon leaving the University will be readmitted on condition of academic probation. See the corresponding Calendar section for the appropriate Faculty for more information.

Readmission after Required Withdrawal

Applicants seeking readmission after required withdrawal from the University of Lethbridge will be considered for admission after the lapse of one year from the date of required withdrawal, in accordance with the policies of the Faculty offering the program for which they are seeking admission. See the corresponding Calendar section for the appropriate Faculty for more information.

Tabula Rasa will be granted to all first-degree University of Lethbridge students upon readmission to the University after required withdrawal for unsatisfactory academic performance. Tabula Rasa will be granted only once, upon readmission after the first required withdrawal. Credit is retained for all previous courses completed with a grade of ‘C-’ or above, or ‘P’ or ‘CR’, up to the following limits (including transfer courses):

Single Degree Programs

 

B.A., B.Sc., B.Asc., B.F.A. - Art, B.F.A. - Dramatic Arts, B.F.A. - Multidisciplinary, B.F.A. - Native American Art, B.F.A. - New Media, B.Mus., B.H.Sc., B.N., B.T.R., B.Mgt.

20 ungraded courses

(60.0 credit hours)

Combined Degree Programs

All with B.A., all with B.Sc., B.F.A. - Art/B.Ed., B.F.A. - Dramatic Arts/B.Ed., B.F.A. - New Media/B.Ed., B.Mus./B.Ed., B.H.Sc./B.Mgt., B.Mgt./B.Ed.

15 ungraded courses

(45.0 credit hours)

Post-Diploma Programs

B.A., B.Sc., B.ASc., B.F.A. - Art, B.F.A. - Dramatic Arts, B.F.A. - Multidisciplinary, B.F.A. - New Media, B.Mus., B.H.Sc., B.T.R., B.Mgt.

5 ungraded courses

(15.0 credit hours)

Applicants readmitted to the University after being required to withdraw are readmitted on condition of academic probation. See the corresponding section for the appropriate Faculty for more information.

Where an applicant has been Required to Withdraw more than once, the Registrar’s Office may consult with the appropriate Faculty in consideration of admission.