Students under review may be Required to Withdraw from the Schulich School or Engineering for the following reasons:
B.4a – failing to clear all first-year courses by the end of their second review period; or
B.4b – failing to achieve a grade point average of 2.00 or greater for the period under review after having previously been placed on Academic Probation and/or failing to clear other terms of an Academic Probation. Students are permitted a maximum of one probationary period while registered as undergraduate students at the University of Calgary, unless probationary periods are more than five years apart; or
B.4c – failing to achieve a grade point average of 1.70 in the period under review.
B.4d – failing to meet all requirements of the Academic Turnaround Program.
Students that are required to withdraw will not be permitted to register in any course specified as part of the degree requirements in Engineering for a period of 12 months from the date of withdrawal. A student who has been required to withdraw may apply for readmission, to resume study in a Fall Term beginning 12 months or more after the student has been required to withdraw. Students applying for readmission must respect application and transcript deadlines posted by the University of Calgary Admissions Office; these deadlines are typically several months in advance of the beginning of the Fall Term. Readmission is not automatic and will be considered on an individual basis in competition with all other admission applications received. On readmission, students' records will be reviewed to determine credits to be awarded.
1. The above regulations are stated in terms of grades in three-unit courses. A grade in a six-unit course will be considered to be equivalent to two such grades.
2. The method used to determine the grade point average is described under F. Academic Standing in the Academic Regulations section of this Calendar.
3. Grades obtained in courses in the Spring/Summer Intersessions are not used to alter retroactively the ruling made on a student's performance at the end of the previous review period.