If you are eligible for an admission interview and wish us to consider one of the four extenuating circumstances identified below when making admission decisions, please follow these steps:
Note: The form on this page is only for students who achieved at least the minimum GPA required to be eligible for an admission interview, and who would like us to consider their extenuating circumstances when making admission decisions.
If you are seeking an exemption from the minimum GPA required to obtain an admission interview, please complete the exemption to minimum GPA request form.
Upload below files or documents to the appropriate section(s) that apply to you.
Provide documentation from Accessible Learning (or from another university, if applicable.)
Provide medical documentation that you received ongoing medical treatment in your first year at university, missed considerable time from classes, and that the health problem had an impact on your ability to submit assignments and write exams. Provide verification from faculty members and/or documentation showing approval of petitions).
Provide documentation of a death in your immediate family (parent, sibling or legal guardian.)
(We will not consider deaths of friends or other relatives, including grandparents, unless they were your legal guardians.)
Provide documentation that you received ongoing medical treatment, missed considerable time from classes, and that your ability to submit assignments and write exams was impacted (if at Laurier, through verification by faculty and approval of petitions).
Note: We will not consider common illnesses such as mono, strep throat and influenza, or medical conditions related to fractures or wisdom teeth.