Health Sciences Calendar
2005 - 2006

6.4.3 Failure of Supplemental Examinations or Remedial Clinical Affiliations

The results of all supplementals, remedial work or remedial clinical affiliations will be recorded on the official transcript of the student as supplemental examinations, and will be considered as such for purposes of promotion.

Students must complete all requirements of each promotion period before being permitted to enter the next promotion period.

A student with an overall GPA of less than 2.7 in the promotion period will be placed on probation, reviewed by the OTPRC/PTPRC and may be required to repeat the promotion period.

A student may not repeat more than two promotion periods in the curriculum. Failure in any professional course (OCC1, PHTH, or POTH courses) during a repeat promotion period will result in dismissal from the program.

Students are not permitted more than one (1) failure in a clinical affiliation throughout the curriculum. A failure in a remedial clinical affiliation or in any subsequent clinical affiliation course will result in the student being required to withdraw from the program.

Full details of the Rules and Regulations for Student Evaluation and Promotion can be found at the School's website at: and in the School of Physical and Occupational Therapy course guides.

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