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Your academic career is as unique as you are. To help you navigate your path to success and stay on track, check below for the tools that are right for you.

I have a concern about a final course grade.

  • Academic Advising - Speak to your Faculty's Academic Advising Office before making important academic decisions.
  • Grade Reappraisal - With sufficient academic grounds, you may request that a final course grade to be reappraised. This may include the review of specific, tangible course work.
  • Course Repeat - You may repeat a graded course up to a total of three times. Your most recent attempt will count as your grade of record.

I need an extension on my outstanding course work or final exam.

  • Deferred Standing - You may be allowed to write a final exam at a later date than scheduled, or hand in outstanding course work after the last day of classes.
  • Academic Petitions - You may be able to petition for a waiver of a Faculty's academic regulation or deadline.

I don't want one of my courses to count towards my GPA.

  • Course Withdrawal - You may be able to withdraw from a course without academic penalty after the course drop deadline.
  • Pass/Fail Option - In the first two weeks of classes, you may request a "Pass" or "Fail" evaluation, rather than a letter grade, on some courses.
  • Course Repeat - You may repeat a graded course up to a total of three times. Your most recent attempt will count as your grade of record.
  • Academic Petitions - You may be able to petition for a waiver of a Faculty's academic regulation or deadline.

I need help adding or dropping courses.

I'm not progressing in my program as well as I expected.

  • Understanding Your Grade Report - Review information from your Faculty about academic standing on your grade report.
  • Academic Advising - Speak to your Faculty's Academic Advising Office before making important academic decisions.
  • Degree Progress Report - Use the Degree Progress Report to keep track of your academic achievements.
  • Academic Petitions - You may be able to petition for a waiver of a Faculty's academic regulation or deadline.

My interests have changed and I'm considering a different program.

  • Program Change - If you’re currently an undergraduate student you may be able to change your program.
  • Academic Advising - Speak to your Faculty's Academic Advising Office before making important academic decisions.
  • Course Relief - You may be able to have courses excluded from counting toward your overall cumulative GPA.

I want to know how courses taken elsewhere will contribute to my academic progress.

  • Transfer Credit Statement - Learn how coursework completed outside of York is recorded in your academic record.
  • Letter of Permission - You can apply to take courses at another university and have those earned credits applied toward your undergraduate degree at York.
  • International Exchanges - You can apply to study abroad at a foreign university. York has exchange agreements with institutions in over 40 countries.
  • Degree Progress Report - Use the Degree Progress Report to keep track of your academic achievements.

Hooray! I'm taking my final courses and getting ready to graduate.

  • Degree Progress Report - Use the Degree Progress Report to keep track of your academic achievements.
  • Verify My Graduation Status - Use this tool to verify your graduation eligibility before applying to graduate.
  • Academic Advising - Speak to your Faculty's Academic Advising Office before making important academic decisions.
  • Apply to Graduate - You must apply to graduate in your final term in order to have your record audited and be sure you’ve completed all your degree requirements.