Definition of a Special Student (Undergraduate level)
Special students are students allowed by the University to register for undergraduate courses, for credit or as auditors, without seeking a degree, diploma or a certificate from the University.
Please visit the general regulations for additional information regarding:
- Admission requirements
- Special student categories
- General regulations
- Where to register
- Registration procedures
- Course changes or cancellation of registration
- Academic Records
- Student identification card
All English as a Second Language (ESL) and French as a Second Language (FLS) courses are open to Special Students, as long as there is room available. Students interested in registering for one of our Second Language courses must first complete the placement test.
All courses offered by the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures are open to Special Students, as long as there is room available. Students interested in registering for one of our Modern Languages and Literatures courses must complete the placement test.
Note to Auditors: To register for a course as an auditor, students must obtain written approval from the professor (email). Please have this in hand upon registration. The Faculty of Arts reserves the right to refuse registration to auditors in the case of language courses and courses with a practical component.