Admission decisions are based on the information available at the time that the application is reviewed. Conditional Offers of Admission may be issued in anticipation of fulfillment of the admission requirements by the appropriate deadline.
Offers of Admission are not reissued upon fulfillment of the conditions. However, Student Enrolment and Registrar Services will issue a letter confirming that all conditions have been met upon request by the applicant.
Admission may be rescinded and/or registration privileges may be restricted if official documentation that confirms the applicant’s eligibility for admission is not received by Student Enrolment and Registrar Services by the appropriate deadline. In cases where the applicant does not fulfill the specific requirements or maintain a competitive admission average, the University will offer the applicant admission to an alternate program, if possible. If a decision to rescind an Offer of Admission is made within two weeks prior to the start of or during the term, and admission to an alternate program is not possible, the applicant may be allowed to complete the term as an Open Studies student (see Registration, Open Studies Student).
See also Misrepresentation/Falsified Documents.
Offers of Admission to applicants who are currently completing secondary courses at a high school or upgrading at a post-secondary institution, in Canada or elsewhere, will be conditional upon satisfactory completion of courses in progress. Satisfactory completion is defined as final grades and averages that meet or exceed the minimum general and program admission requirements, including current competitive standards.
Offers of Admission to applicants who are currently attending a post-secondary institution in Canada or elsewhere, including the University of Lethbridge, will be based on all courses and grades reported to date, provided they are in their last year of study at their current institution. Such offers will be conditional upon satisfactory completion of all outstanding courses prior to the appropriate deadline. Satisfactory completion is defined as final grades and GPAs that meet or exceed the minimum general and program admission requirements, including current competitive standards.