When students are dropping courses it is important that they double check to confirm that the course has been removed from their record. To do this, students can go to the "Student Planning Overview" to view their class schedule. The changes that were made should appear there. If they don't, try exiting WebAdvisor and re-entering, and then click on "Student Planning Overview" again to determine if the course has been removed.
If a student is taking a course through distance education, they should check at the bottom of their class schedule that the course has been deleted, as this is where registered distance education classes appear on the schedule grid.
Students should note that Courselink is only updated periodically, and if a course is still listed on Courselink, it does not mean you are still enrolled.
If you decide to not attend a semester, you can do so. This is called Voluntary Withdrawl. See Section VIII of the Undergraduate Calendar and Section VIII of the Diploma Calendar for more information on Voluntary Withdrawl. It is recommended that students meet with their Program Counsellor to discuss withdrawing from all classes (before they do so), to explore their options and to discuss processes involved. You are allowed to not register for up to five semesters but remain in your current program. University Regulations outline the details of this situation. After such time, you will be required to apply for Readmission. See Section VIII of the Undergraduate Calendar and Section VIII of the Diploma Calendar for more information on Readmission.
Types of Courses
Students are allowed to drop one-semester courses up to the last class day. Check Section III of the Undergraduate Calendar and Section III of the Diploma Calendar (Schedule of Dates) for the specific drop date. Students will not be permitted to drop a one-semester course on WebAdvisor after the deadline.
Students are allowed to drop two-semester courses up to the last day of the Add Period in the second semester. See Section III of the Undergraduate Calendar and Section III of the Diploma Calendar for specific dates. Students will not be permitted to drop a two-semester course on WebAdvisor after the deadline.
Six-Week Summer Session Courses
Refunds may be available to students depending on when they drop classes and how many classes are dropped. The amount of the refund decreases incrementally as the semester progresses. For the refund schedule please refer to the Schedule of Fees in Section VI of the Undergraduate Calendar and Section VI of the Diploma Calendar. Current refund schedules can be found on the Student Financial Services Refund Schedule website.