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A.6.2 Suspended Students

Applicants seeking admission who have been involved in academic/non-academic misconduct at another institution which resulted in a suspension will only be considered for admission once the suspension period has elapsed. In cases of suspension, admission to the University of Calgary is at the discretion of the faculty to which the applicant is seeking admission. Students apply through the Diverse Qualifications Admissions Process (section A.9).

Students who have been suspended from the University of Calgary may register for courses scheduled to begin after the period of Suspension. An application for admission would be required if registration is not initiated in the next eligible term following the period of Suspension. Students should refer to A.4.1 Application for Admission for information about the applications process.