Registration in Non-Aboriginal Adult Education Courses/Letter of Permission

Registration in Non-Aboriginal Adult Education Courses/Letter of Permission

 

  • Non-ABED Brock courses: Students who are taking other undergraduate (non-ABED courses) at Brock must use the Undergraduate Registration Guide in order to register for such courses. NOTE: The Registration start and end dates for these courses may be different than ABED dates
     
  • Non-ABED courses on a Letter of Permission: Students who wish to take undergraduate (non-ABED courses) at another University for credit towards a Brock degree, must apply for and be granted a Letter of Permission (LOP) from the Office of the Registrar before registering at the other University. Application for the LOP must include a calendar description of the course(s) to be taken and the LOP application fee of $35. An application for a Letter of Permission form can be found on our Forms webpage. Courses within the same academic session may be requested on one application form, provided they are at the same institution and the start and end dates are specified. For further details, refer to the Brock University Undergraduate Calendar or contact: Geraldine Jones, Assistant Registrar, Office of the Registrar, 905-688-5550, extension 3536 or at gjones@brocku.ca
     
  • Students must have successfully completed at least one ABED course before they will be permitted to apply to take courses on a Letter of Permission
     

Students completing the last credit(s) for their degree on a Letter of Permission, must arrange to have their official transcript, from the host institution, sent to the Office of the Registrar prior to May 15 for Spring Convocation, and prior to September 15 for Fall Convocation. Students not meeting these deadlines will have their application for graduation forwarded to the next Convocation.

Students admitted or readmitted after one year's absence to studies in 1998 Spring Session or later should note that any course taken on a Letter of Permission will not be included in the calculation of any Brock averages.