6.17. Course Reregistration

Students are permitted one registration and one reregistration in each individualized-study course. Subsequent course registrations require the course professor's written approval. Before granting approval the course professor may consult with the tutor or other staff members. The course professor may also recommend that the student seek advice, counselling, or study-skills assistance.

To reregister, please complete and submit a new Undergraduate Course Registration Form and fee. If new learning resources are required, the full course fee applies. If new learning resources are not required, the learning resources fee is deducted from the full course fee.

AU's Course Materials Production will replace individual items that have been lost or damaged, and students will be charged the replacement cost on an item-by-item basis.

Students have a maximum of one year from the end of the course contract date to reregister if they wish to carry their standing/results for work completed in the previous registration to the reregistration.
To carry credit to the reregistration it is the student's responsibility to obtain permission from the course professor before reregistering. After the one-year period, students are required to complete all assignments, exams, tests, etc. in the reregistration in order to obtain credit for the course. Both the original registration and the reregistration are recorded on the transcript.


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