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University of Calgary Calendar 2022-2023 Academic Regulations F. Academic Standing F.3 Academic Notations F.3.3 Aegrotat Standing
F.3.3 Aegrotat Standing

Aegrotat standing may be granted when a student is prevented by illness or injury from completing a course(s). The faculty offering the course(s) may award this standing to students who have completed a significant portion of the course material/learning outcomes and are able to progress in their program.

Students apply to the Dean (or designate) of the faculty offering the course.