Students who interrupt their degree program in the Faculty of Nursing are warned that after an absence of one calendar year from academic study at university level, they may be required to comply with any regulations which may have come into effect in regard to their program and requirements. Students who choose to withdraw for one year will not be required to re-apply for admission. However, they must notify the Faculty of Nursing in advance of their intention to return.
Students who choose to withdraw for more than one year, or students who are required to withdraw for academic reasons must re-apply for admission, and meet all admission requirements including the competitive grade point average.
Students whose program is interrupted due to unforeseen circumstances (e.g. illness, injury, etc.) may not be able to complete the term and may be required to complete all coursework at the next available offering. Each situation will be reviewed on an individual basis by the Associate Dean Undergraduate Programs (or delegate). [NOTE: Terms 5 and 6 are only offered once per academic year.]