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Faculty Legislation on Involuntary Withdrawal

A candidate may be required to withdraw from a course if:

a) the candidate fails to meet the requirements of a course, either through unsatisfactory seminar and/or practicum attendance/participation, or through unprofessional behaviour in fulfilling course requirements; or
b) the candidate's performance is judged to disrupt seriously the functioning of the host classroom and/or the well-being of the students in that classroom.

The decision to require the candidate to withdraw will be taken by the Associate Dean on the recommendation of the course director following a meeting with the candidate.

Candidates will have access to the usual appeal procedures in such instances.


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