Office of the Registrar
School of Social Work (2010/2011)
6.4 Student Withdrawal
  1. A student may be required to withdraw from the program at any time, on the recommendation of the Committee on Undergraduate Studies, if the student is deemed to have behaved in a manner that breaches the Canadian Association of Social Workers Code of Ethics and/or the School of Social Work Suitability Policy and for which the committee considers that withdrawal from the program is warranted. The Committee on Undergraduate Studies may determine the withdrawal to be conditional or permanent depending on the circumstances precipitating the action.

  2. In the case of a conditional withdrawal, the Committee on Undergraduate Studies will determine the duration of the withdrawal and any conditions the student must fulfill during the withdrawal. Upon successful completion of the conditions, the student may be permitted re-entry to the program. Failure to meet conditions may result in a permanent withdrawal.

  3. In the case of a permanent withdrawal, the student will not be eligible for future admission/readmission to the Bachelor of Social Work program.