Students seeking readmission to Brescia following withdrawal for failure to achieve satisfactory academic standing at a university, must submit an application for admission to the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC) by June 30, 2017 for September 2017 consideration. All documentation, including the Readmission Profile and any transcripts of work completed outside of your time at the university, are required by June 30, 2017.
The session for which readmission is sought may not begin until one full year (12 months) from the last day of the session of withdrawal. In addition, a Readmission Profile must be submitted to the Admissions Office (see address below). This statement of appeal must be supported by enclosing appropriate letters of support/recommendation or medical certificates from qualified professionals such as counsellors, doctors or teachers, if applicable.
Brescia University College
1285 Western Rd
London, ON N6G 1H2
Readmission is not automatic. In deciding whether to readmit a student who previously failed to meet progression requirements, our Admissions Committee takes all available information into account, including:
- information you provide in the Readmission Profile
- academic history (previous Western and high school marks, any other records of studies completed during your time away from the university)
- documentation of circumstances you believe hindered your academic progress
- other activities since you last attended university, including paid work and/or volunteering
The Admissions Committee tries to assess how likely it is you will succeed if readmitted. In your Readmission Profile, you may want to demonstrate how you are prepared to return to the university and how you will be ready to be succeed academically.
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