Academic regulations - University of Ottawa

Academic regulations

Note: The University of Ottawa has made extensive changes to several academic regulations, which have come into effect on September 1, 2016. A grandfather clause applies to academic regulations 11. Academic standing, probation and mandatory withdrawal for undergraduate programs and 12. Conditions for obtaining a degree, a certificate or a diploma.

This website aims to disseminate the Academic Regulations of the University of Ottawa and to logically organize them for a student. Happy reading!

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How does the University of Ottawa communicate with students?

The University of Ottawa communicate with all students par email by using their official university email account (@uOttawa.ca).

You are responsible for checking your university email account on a regular basis to make sure you don’t miss important messages.

What language can I use during my studies?

You can use French or English to communicate with the University (central administration, services, faculty, school, etc.).

You also have the right to require that a course in which you’ve registered be given in the language used to describe the course in the calendar, subject to the regulations of the faculty or school.

Moreover, you have the right to produce your written work and to answer examination questions in the official language of your choice, except in language courses, courses offered by the Français and English Departments and programs where an explicit exception has been approved by Senate.