Changes in program, course, section or co-op are essentially a combination of a registration and a withdrawal. The formal processes must be followed for the changes to be official. Full-time students may make course changes directly online – course adds, course drops or course withdrawals. Students must ensure that all changes are made within the deadlines. There are fee implications if students drop or withdraw from courses after the deadlines.
Note: Students can drop or withdraw online from all but one of their last courses. If students wish to drop or withdraw from all of their courses, this is considered a program withdrawal. Please contact the Office of the Registrar to obtain a College withdrawal form or visit:
If changing programs, students require approval from their current program co-ordinator and the co-ordinator of the new program. If the program is beyond semester one, students may be required to complete an internal application form. If the student would be entering semester one of the new program, he or she must apply to ontariocolleges.ca.
If students are changing their progression in a program (for example, opting not to go out on their work term but wish to attend an academic semester), they must seek approval through their program co-ordinator and their co-op consultant.