EAP students enrolled in University undergraduate degree/diploma programs:
A student may be admitted as a Regular Student to an undergraduate degree or diploma program with the requirement that he/she successfully completes the EAP program. With placement into EAP Tier 1 courses, students have twelve months to complete EAP Tier 1, 2 and 3 or they will lose their degree admission. Students once admitted to the EAP + Degree program must successfully complete EAP Tier 3 courses: EAPP 190; 193; and 197. Students who leave the program while registered in courses below EAP Tier 3 courses will have their admission to both EAP + Degree rescinded. These students must reapply and meet criteria for admission to a degree program in a future Fall term.
Admission into regular university courses requires the successful completion of EAP Tier 3. EAP + Undergraduate Degree students enrolled in EAP Tier 3 may pre-register for credit courses offered in the next term. If a student does not complete EAP Tier 3 successfully or meet the University's ELP requirement, his/her registration in credit courses in the next term will be cancelled. In exceptional circumstances, the EAP Director will make recommendations to the Dean of the student's home faculty to extend the time required to complete the EAP program beyond the twelve months provided for completion.
Applications for Admission to the EAP + Undergraduate Degree will be accepted for the Fall Term only.
EAP + Undergraduate Degree students are advised that grades for EAP courses are not used in the calculation of yearly grade point averages for the purposes of the official transcript of record nor cumulative and continuous grade point averages determined by the faculties. These students are also advised that faculty requirements for continuation in a degree/diploma program are significantly different than that for the EAP program. Students must refer to the appropriate sections of this Calendar for specific promotion and graduation requirements.