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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.