Canada Day. University closed. Library open.
Student Services & Financial Support: Students who are planning to apply for the Winter General Bursary in August-September should have applied for government student loans for the Winter Session by this date. It is also recommended that students apply by this date in order to have funding in place for the beginning of the Winter Session.
Start of Summer Session Term 2. First day of classes for term running from July 4 to August 11 (exams August 15 to 19). For important deadlines such as last day for withdrawal without a withdrawal standing of W recording on a student's academic record, and last day for withdrawal with withdrawal standing of W recorded on a student's academic record, refer to the online Course Schedule.
Summer Session Term 2: Tuition fees due. Students who have not paid their fees will be placed on financial hold: further registration activity will not be permitted, grades will not be released, and graduation diplomas will be withheld. Students will also be assessed a processing fee of $35 and interest will be assessed on the outstanding balance until it is paid in full (see Fees).
Teacher Education Program: July intake for 12-month Secondary, French, Humanities, Math-Science, Middle School, and Trades Technologies Education specialties. Classes begin for Summer Session, Term 2.
Disability Resource Centre (DRC): Recommended date for submission of materials for alternate format production for Winter Session courses starting in September 2016.
Disability Resource Centre (DRC): Recommended date for submission of exam accommodation forms for Summer Session Term 2.
Last day for sponsored students to submit application to have fees billed to a sponsoring organization. Students who do not submit their applications by the deadline will be required to pay the first instalment of tuition fees by September 5 to avoid financial holds procedures (see Fees).