Skip to Main Content
Navigated to 3.6 Student Standing (BCR).

3.6 Bachelor of Community Rehabilitation - Student Standing

Performance Review, Probationary Status and Dismissal

The academic standing of each student registered in the Bachelor of Community Rehabilitation program will be reviewed annually following the Winter Term as per the GPA requirements table.

GPA Requirements:

2.50 or above: Satisfactory standing
1.70 – 2.49: Continuation in BCR on probation
0.00 – 1.69: Required to withdraw from the school

The academic standing of students registered in the Faculty will be reviewed after each Winter Term provided that they have completed at least 15 units at the University of Calgary since their previous review. Students who have not completed 15 units since the previous review will retain their existing status until the next subsequent review. All University of Calgary credit courses that have been completed since the previous review are used for the purpose of academic review. Students placed on academic probation or required to withdraw as a result of the academic performance review will be so advised in writing.

University regulations permit students a maximum of one probationary period while registered as an undergraduate student. Students who are on academic probation will have to maintain a GPA of at least 2.50 in each subsequent year in order to continue in the BCR program. Students who are Required to Withdraw may be able to enter another program.

Notwithstanding the specific regulations pertaining to Student Standing, students’ academic standing may be reviewed at any time and those with generally poor academic records may be placed or continued on academic probation or required to withdraw at the discretion of the Dean (or delegate).

Any students wishing to appeal an academic ruling please see I. Reappraisal of Graded Term Work and Academic Assessments (final grades) in the Academic Regulations section for details.

Flexible Grade Option (CG Grade)

In addition to limiting CG grades for BCR students to Option courses, the following Community Rehabilitation courses are exempt from the CG grade for all registered students:

  • Community Rehabilitation 435

  • Community Rehabilitation 471

  • Community Rehabilitation 553

See F.1.3 in Academic Regulations for the general University regulations governing the Flexible Grade Option.

Dean's List

The Dean's List recognizes the outstanding academic achievement of students. To be included, a student must achieve a grade point average of at least 3.60 over all University of Calgary courses taken in the preceding Fall and Winter Terms, with a minimum of 30 units to be counted. CG grades do not count towards the 30 required units, but practicum courses graded on a CR/F scale will be considered towards the 30 required units. A statement of inclusion on the Dean's List will be recorded on the student's transcript. Students on academic sanctions as outlined in the Student Academic Misconduct Policy are not eligible for the Dean’s List.

Back to 3. Cumming School of Medicine - Community Rehabilitation and Disability Studies

Contact Us

Reach out to us if you have any questions about the new Calendar website or to provide feedback on any of the site navigation. For any questions regarding your program or for specific interpretations of regulations, please connect with an advisor for support.

Site Disclaimer

Please read the Important Notice and Disclaimer to understand your rights and responsibilities with regards to using the Academic Calendar.

The University of Calgary, located in the heart of Southern Alberta, both acknowledges and pays tribute to the traditional territories of the peoples of Treaty 7, which include the Blackfoot Confederacy (comprised of the Siksika, the Piikani, and the Kainai First Nations), the Tsuut’ina First Nation, and the Stoney Nakoda (including Chiniki, Bearspaw, and Goodstoney First Nations). The City of Calgary is also home to the Métis Nation of Alberta (districts 5 and 6).

The University of Calgary is situated on land Northwest of where the Bow River meets the Elbow River, a site traditionally known as Moh’kins’tsis to the Blackfoot, Wîchîspa to the Stoney Nakoda, and Guts’ists’i to the Tsuut’ina. On this land and in this place we strive to learn together, walk together, and grow together “in a good way.”

Powered by Coursedog