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The Université de Moncton Continuing Education offers many programs and courses through its Edmundston, Moncton and Shippagan campuses and also in Bathurst and Campbellton. For the entire network of the Université, this department organises and supports continuing education and professional development courses, day training sessions, workshops, conferences and seminars for part-time students.
Don’t know where to start with part-time studies? Take a first step: contact us! We’ll be glad to assist you!
Edmundston Office
(506) 737-5057
Moncton Office
(506) 858-4121
Shippagan Office
(506) 336-3408
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Withdrawal

Admission

To register in a part-time degree program, you must apply for admission and have official transcripts of your marks from other institutions forwarded to our office.

A non-refundable $60 application fee must be included with the application form available at the Office of part-time Studies, room 111, Léopold-Taillon Building.

Withdrawal From a Program

A student who has withdrawn from a program may be readmitted to this same program (university regulation 10.7.1) depending on program changes. In the case of part-time studies, a withdrawal status is in effect if a student has not registered for courses for six consecutive sessions.

By courses

Registration

You can register at the Office of part-time Studies, room 111 of the Léopold-Taillon Building , Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

You may also register by phone (506) 858-4121 with Visa, MasterCard or American Express.

Students must register for courses and pay the required fees before the beginning of each session.

Students in a graduate degree program must register at the Moncton office of the Office of part-time Studies.

It is the student's responsibility to withdraw from a course in the time specified (see section 9.8 Refunds ). The University reserves the right to cancel registration if a student has not paid the course fees. A fine equal to the course fees and insurance costs, if applicable, will result.

Registration is done on a first come first served basis. A sufficient number of registrations is required to offer a course. Registrations for a course will be accepted once the maximum number of students registered in a course has been attained.

Late Registration

University regulation 5.3 states that registrations will not be accepted after the last day on which withdrawal from a course or change in a course is possible without a notation in the student transcript.

Prior Learning Assessment

The University may recognize prior learning through theory or practical experiences acquired through work, volunteer activities, private or family businesses or any other activity having contributed to the acquisition of knowledge relevant to your area of study. For more information about the Prior Learning Assessment process go to www.umoncton.ca/edperm/en/pla.

Withdrawal From A Course

Withdrawal from a course or cancellation of a registration must be done in writing by completing and signing the “Modification d’inscription” form and forwarding it to the Office of part-time Studies.

Withdrawal without notation: A student may withdraw from a course or change his/her registration without the initial course appearing in his/her transcript if the withdrawal or change occurs within the first nine hours of class.
Withdrawal with an “R” notation: Withdrawal from a course will be indicated by the letter “R” in the student’s transcript if the withdrawal occurs between the first 9 and the first 18 hours of class.

Withdrawal with an “E” (failure) notation: Withdrawal from a course will be indicated by the letter “E” in the student’s transcript if the withdrawal occurs after the first 18 hours of class.

    Evening Courses

    Full reimbursement of tuition fees less an administrative fee of $25 will apply for an official withdrawal from a course within the first nine hours of class. Refunds will not be issued after nine hours of class.

    Week-end Courses

    For courses scheduled on week-ends, full reimbursement of tuition fees (less $25) will apply if an official withdrawal takes place on the Monday or the first work day following the first week-end of the course.

    Online Courses

    For online courses, full refunds of tuition fees (less $25) will be issued if an official withdrawal is done before the end of the third week (21 days) of the course for the fall and winter sessions and before the end of the second week (14 days) of the course for the spring session.

    Illness Or Accident

    In the case of an illness or an accident, 50% of the tuition fees will be refunded if an official withdrawal occurs between the first nine and eighteen hours of class. A detailed doctor’s note must be provided. Reimbursements will not be issued after eighteen hours of the course. For online courses, refunds will not be given if half of the course is completed.

    Unpaid Tuition Fees

    If tuition fees have not yet been paid, an administrative fee of $25 will be charged if withdrawal occurs within the first nine hours of class. This applies whether the course has been attended or not. A student who has not officially withdrawn from a course for which he/she is registered but did not attend will still be responsible for paying the full course tuition fees and insurance costs, if applicable. It is the student’s responsibility to officially withdraw from a course within the established time to do so.

    Refer to previous section regarding procedure for an official withdrawal from a course.

    Appeal Procedure (Moncton Campus)

    Customer service staff must comply with university regulations and the policies established by the Office of Part-Time Studies. Nevertheless, the Office of Part-Time Studies believes in the importance of resolving differences of opinions. If a student wishes to challenge a decision, a request must be presented in writing, within a reasonable time period, to the Director-General of the Office of Part-Time Studies.

Graduates

Students finishing their program during the current year of study are required to complete the Registration for diploma form.

University regulations 12.6 (undergraduate and law programs) and 30.6 (graduate programs) state that a student must submit a request to have his/her academic file reviewed before a diploma is awarded.

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