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Advancement & Promotion

Promotion to the next semester requires a weighted grade point average of 60%* subject to the rules outlined in the Program Promotion and Graduation Requirements Policy AC700.  

*Exceptions to the semester promotion grade do exist, please check with your academic department.

Mid-Year and Final Examinations

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Appeals

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Withdrawal from a Program

The following steps should be taken to officially withdraw from a program:

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Dropping a Course

The following steps should be taken to officially withdraw from a course:

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Requirements for Graduation

An overall minimum weighted GPA of 60%* is required to graduate, as stated in the Program Promotion and Graduation Requirements Policy AC700. Where courses have been repeated, the highest course mark will be used in the calculation. *Exceptions to these graduation requirements require the approval of the Grading and Promotion Standards committee and do exist in a number of programs.  Please check with your academic department.

Residency Requirements
To qualify for a Mohawk college certificate or diploma or applied degree, students using advanced standing and/or credit for prior experiential learning must complete at least 25% of the program requirements at Mohawk College. When students are completing Mohawk college courses through distance education at another college, residency requirements will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

Timelines for Graduation
To be eligible for graduation, students are expected to demonstrate mastery of current competencies outlined in the Program of Studies applicable at the time of graduation. Mohawk College does not permit backdating of diplomas. In cases where study has been interrupted for one or more years, the College may require a student to repeat a subject area. Generally, most courses will be considered current if they have been completed within the past 5 years.

Students who have successfully completed all of the required courses for their program of studies for the current graduating class must apply for admission to convocation through an application form available through the Registration Centre or Student Services Offices at any campus or on the College website

If a graduating student is unable to attend the ceremony, the diploma or certificate will be mailed out immediately after convocation. A charge is made for replacement diplomas

Preparing for Convocation (Graduation)

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