As an alternate method to online adding or dropping of courses, this form is used for students to make changes to their registration.
If a student is unable to complete a course, they may request an incomplete. This form is the agreement between the student and the instructor regarding how and what the student will do to complete the course.
Students may choose to audit a course rather than completing it for full credit. Tuition cost is 50% of the regular fee and the student will be awarded a grade of “AU”.
For all students, you must use this form to change your name. The form explains that there is supplementary documentation required in order for a staff member to officially change a student's name in the system. A name change will not change your Network ID or your MacEwan email address.
For previous students (those who have attended more than 12 months ago), you also need to use this form to change your address. Current students may change their address online through myStudentSystem.
Use the confirmation of high school registration form any time to report new grades or registration for the purpose of early admission. You may submit a confirmation of high school registration when you have new final first-term blended grades. You may also submit the form when you register in additional high school courses where grades are not yet available.
Students may use this form to complete a non-credit course offering here at MacEwan University.
This form is used when a student needs to defer an exam.
Students may request an extension to an incomplete grade, there is a $50.00 fee and the instructor must agree.
There are times when a student has missed either a fee refund deadline or the withdrawal deadline. If there are compassionate or medical reasons, they may apply for an extenuating circumstance request.
This form is commonly used to request verification of enrolment for the purposes of study visa renewal, co-operative education and courses extra to credential.
Students complete this form if they are unable to rent a locker online (in most cases, they will not have access to a credit card).
Students must complete this form in order to have security remove their lock. In most cases, this is requested when the student cannot remember their locker combination.
Universities, when requested, give out information related to registration, enrolment and graduation status of our students. Should a student wish for this information to NOT be released, they must complete this form and submit it to the Office of the University Registrar.
Students who have not taken a course in the last 12 months must use this form if they require a transcript either for themselves or if it is to be sent elsewhere. Current students are able to make this request online through myPortal.MacEwan.ca .
Students may require a parchment replacement if their original is lost; this is the form that a student would use to receive another parchment.
If a student requires that a family member or a third party have access to their student record, this is the form that the student would use to communicate this information to the University.
In instances where a student believes that they have the content already met for a certain course, they may go through a prior learning assessment in order to have an instructor evaluate either their previous experience or coursework.
In cases where a student does not want to continue in their program, they may complete and submit this form to notify the University of that decision.
Used where a student wishes to request the reassessment of a final examination.
Applicants who have not accepted their offer of admission or paid the admission confirmation deposit and have been withdrawn, but would like to be reactivated and accept their admission offer, may submit this form.
International students in a certificate or diploma program will utilize this form to request that an evaluation be conducted on their previous post-secondary coursework.
International students in a degree program will utilize this form to request that an evaluation be conducted on their previous post-secondary coursework.