Academic Calendar

COVID -19 Crisis 2021-2022

Under the authority delegated by Senate at a special meeting of Senate held on March 16, 2020, the following motions were approved by the Senate Executive Committee:

June 16, 2021

THAT, Senate approve revisions to the Academic Schedule for the 2022 Winter Term, effective upon Senate approval.

THAT, Senate approve the Report of the Senate Committee on Admissions concerning revised admission requirements for the Bachelor of Education, Faculty of Education, effective for the Fall 2022 intake.

THAT, Senate approve revisions to the 2021-2022 Academic Schedule for the Dr. Gerald Niznick College of Dentistry and School of Dental Hygiene, effective upon Senate approval.

May 19, 2021

THAT, Senate approve the extension of temporary revisions to the graduation requirements for the Bachelor of Commerce (Honours), including the Co-operative Education Option, as outlined in the proposal, for the 2021-2022 Academic Session.
THAT, Senate approve revisions to the 2021-2022 Academic Schedule for the Bachelor of Education, Faculty of Education, and the Master of Occupational Therapy, College of Rehabilitation Sciences, as outlined in the proposals, effective upon Senate approval.

  February 3, 2021

  THAT, Senate approve a temporary revision to the admission requirements for the Doctor of Pharmacy, College of Pharmacy, to remove the Pharmacy College Admissions Test (PCAT) requirement, for the Fall 2021 intake, effective upon Senate approval.

  May 20, 2020 

 THAT the Senate Executive Committee approve, on behalf of Senate, the Report of the College Executive Council of the College of Pharmacy concerning a proposal to establish a Special Consideration admission category for the Doctor of Pharmacy Program, for the Fall 2020 and Fall 2021 intakes. 

 March 18, 2020 

THAT the Senate Executive Committee approve on behalf of Senate that section 2.5(a) of the Repeated Course Policy be suspended indefinitely. 

THAT the Senate Executive Committee approve on behalf of Senate that students not be required to provide medical notes in support of absences from class activities/requirements and from evaluations including final examinations. Students will be required to self-declare through an email note to an Advisor in the relevant faculty that they will be unable to meet their course obligations. This declaration will be treated as necessary and sufficient for the student to be afforded reasonable accommodation.