Here are some important reminders about enrolment as you begin the Winter term!
Attendance: Attendance is required at all classes, especially the first and second weeks. You can be de-enrolled if you do not attend the first (and/or second) class. Unless you have agreed upon an absence ahead of time with an instructor, they have the right to inform Student Services to remove you from a course for an unexplained absence. New students must consult with Student Services for absences occurring in the first two weeks.
Enrolling with Instructor Permission:
After Week 1, you may only enrol into courses with the permission of the instructor. The wait list will no longer be in effect. Instructors wishing to have students in their class will indicate their approval for enrolment by completing an Enrol with Instructor Permission Form (Graduate). It is your responsibility to request permission from the instructor using the required form. (Individual studies excluded, use Individual Study form).
Use the Enrol with Instructor Permission form during the following term dates only:
Term W2: January 16-22
Term WP: January 23-February 5
Term C: January 16-22
After this period, you are no longer able to add yourself to courses using a form (petition required), and you may only attend classes if you are officially enrolled.
As a second reminder, the deadline to change status from full-time to part-time and vice versa was January 5, 2016. Students wishing to change status must now complete the MBA Graduate Academic Petition Form available here.
All deadlines are strictly enforced! If you are unable to enrol by the deadline, please contact Student & Enrolment Services to discuss a revised study plan with an advisor, at email@example.com (or Sandra Osti at 416.736.2100 ext. 77971).
Auditing: ’Auditing’ classes at Schulich is not permitted. You must be formally enrolled in all classes you are attending.
Academic Accommodation: Read more about the process that students with disabilities must follow to ensure that accommodations are in place in the classroom to promote your full academic ability.
Wishing you all the best for a successful start of term!