If your admission has been cancelled for the following reasons, you must complete a new application for undergraduate admission and submit new official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions.
An admitted student is a new first year, transfer, international or second bachelor's degree student who is granted admission to the University under this policy for the purpose of obtaining a baccalaureate degree.
An admitted student's application will remain active for one academic year (i.e. three consecutive semesters from the semester for which the student was admitted). Failure to enroll in and attend at least one credit-bearing course within this timeframe will result in cancellation of admission.
A matriculated student is admitted to the university as a degree-seeking student, registers for at least one credit-bearing course and remains registered through the 10th day of the semester.
A matriculated student's application will remain open for three academic years (i.e. nine consecutive semesters from the semester for which the student was admitted). Failure to enroll in and receive a grade in any credit-bearing course during this timeframe will result in cancellation of admission.