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B.10.2 Non-Standard Scheduled Courses

  1. Courses may be scheduled as non-standard when they do not follow regular meeting patterns or when scheduling course components during both block week and the regular term (e.g., lectures during block week and labs throughout the regular term).

  2. Non-standard scheduled courses must meet the approved GFC hours for a course and shall not exceed eight hours per day.

  3. 200-level courses should not normally be scheduled as non-standard to provide students with the greatest flexibility and course selection opportunities.

  4. Pre-term study is not permitted for non-standard scheduled courses, all meeting times must be included in the non-standard scheduling request.

  5. Courses may be scheduled as multi-term across either the Fall and Winter Terms, or the Spring and Summer intersessions.

  6. The last day to drop a non-standard course varies by course dates and is normally set at 10 per cent of the scheduled class time. The date will be indicated in their student centre – see the calendar icon.

  7. The last day to withdraw from a non-standard course shall be 11:59pm on the last day of scheduled course time.

  8. The day before the withdraw deadline, instructors must inform students of their progress in the course.

  9. Final grades for non-standard courses will follow the grade submission timelines for the term in which the course is scheduled.

  10. Final examinations for non-standard courses will be scheduled in the final examination period for the term in which the course is scheduled, if applicable.

  11. All courses scheduled as non-standard are subject to the GFC approved policy on Universal Student Ratings of Instruction.

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