Office of the Registrar
School of Human Kinetics and Recreation (2009/2010)
4.4 Other Information
  1. The School will notify applicants in writing regarding an admission decision to a School program.

  2. Students admitted to a program at any level beyond Academic Term 1, without successfully completing all courses required up to that level, must successfully complete those courses prior to the end of their last academic term. Successful completion shall mean a minimum grade of 50% in every non-HKR course and a minimum grade of 60% in every HKR course.

  3. Students who have been admitted to one program offered by the School and who wish to change to another program within the School must submit a new application for admission to the program. This application must be submitted to the Office of the Registrar by the March 1 deadline date and will be considered in competition with all other applications.

  4. Students admitted full time to a program and who decline the offer of admission or who fail to register for courses during the Fall term of admission will be considered withdrawn from the program. Such students, if they subsequently wish to be considered for admission, must submit a new application for admission to the program. This application must be submitted to the Office of the Registrar by the March 1 deadline date and will be considered in competition with other applications.

  5. Students admitted part time to a program and who decline the offer of admission or who fail to register for courses and to successfully complete at least 6 credit hours applicable to the degree during each academic year will be considered withdrawn from the program. Such students, if they subsequently wish to be considered for admission, must submit a new application for admission to the program. This application must be submitted to the Office of the Registrar by the March 1 deadline date and will be considered in competition with other applications.

  6. In the case where students have been required to withdraw from the Bachelor of Recreation (Co-operative) Programs, the Admissions Committee of the School may consider this circumstance as grounds to deny admission to applicants to the Bachelor of Recreation degree program.