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Attestation letters can be used as proof of enrollment (full-time or part-time) for the terms that you registered for. Letters of attestation may be needed for immigration, insurance, proof of full-time status, and to certify graduation, among other reasons. Depending on the letter type requested, processing may take up to 5 business days. There is a $20 fee for letters of attestation and for confirmation of enrolment forms.
The deadlines for completion of course assignments are given to students on the first day of class. The “INC” notation is assigned when an instructor has agreed that a student may complete work after the deadline.
This application is to be completed by the student and brought to the Birks Student Service Centre (SGW-LB185) with payment of $30 of the application fee payable by money order or debit card (Interac). Application for Late Completion Grade form
If the course is still in progress you must ask your instructor to sign the form.
If a final grade has already been assigned for the course it must include an “INC” notation next to the grade. If a final grade has already been assigned to the course and no “INC” notation appears next to the grade then you must have the instructor sign the form as this will indicate their agreement to grant a late completion.
A student with an “R” grade or “NR” notation in a course may not apply for late completion in that course.
You may request a re-evaluation of course work (Academic Re-Evaluation Request form) , which includes tests, examinations, essays and other work that has contributed to the grading of a course. It is assumed that initiating a formal re-evaluation is a last recourse, taken when prior and sincere attempts to resolve problems and disagreements informally and directly have failed. See all details and procedures in the Undergraduate Calendar.
The grounds for a re-evaluation request are restricted to claims that
a miscalculation of the grade occurred; or
the evaluation of the work was demonstrably unfair.
A grade may be maintained, raised or lowered as a result of a re-evaluation request.