standing (see Academic Regulation 10.2.1) is reserved for a student who, because of illness or other extenuating
circumstances beyond his or her control, is unable to complete all the work for
a course. At least 60 per cent of the work
to be evaluating in the course (assignments, midterms, laboratories, final
examination, as specified in the course outline) must be completed and passed
to be eligible to make this request. For more information about aegrotat (AG) standing, please read Appeal Regulation 3.3.3.
following material must be included as a part of the appeal:
- Associate Dean (Studies) Appeal Form [PDF]
- A non-refundable administrative
fee (payable by debit, Master Card or Visa). Students may pay on-line by visiting this page.
- A letter of explanation clearly
demonstrating the significant extenuating circumstances, beyond the student’s
control, which prevented him or her from completing all the work for the
course. See also Tips for Writing a Good
- Supporting documentation/letter
from an appropriate professional that clearly indicates ways in which the
extenuating circumstances directly affected the student’s performance. The letter should verify that these effects
were substantial enough to cause the academic problem. Students are encouraged to read the Appeal of Academic Decisions Section 1 portion of the Academic Calendar. Students are advised to submit an Off-campus Physician's Note [PDF] if requesting
support from a medical professional outside of Health, Counselling and
letter of support from the instructor should also be included. The instructor may e-mail their statements to email@example.com.
The instructor will be contacted to determine
he or she supports the assignment of an AG
the student has completed 60 per cent of the course,
other information or insights from the instructor about the student’s
participation in the course.
LIMIT: Appeals for Aegrotat standing
must be submitted no later than 21 calendar days after the end of the
examination period in which the course is offered.
NOTE: A student may be granted Aegrotat or Credit
standing for a maximum of 36.0 units over the course of an entire degree
program (See Academic Regulation 10.2.1). A student must be receiving a passing grade to be eligible for AG grade.