You have received a refund for a summer course that has been cancelled

Error message

User warning: The following module is missing from the file system: d7_ppy_users_manager. For information about how to fix this, see the documentation page. in _drupal_trigger_error_with_delayed_logging() (line 1143 of /mysql_filer/www/html/includes/bootstrap.inc).

May 17, 2018

Dear Student

Summer courses for SU and S1 will begin on May 22, 2018 (with the exception of courses that have received exemption from Senate Executive).The new Summer 2018 course timetable is now available on the Course Timetable Search website, with a reduced list of offerings.

One or more of your Summer 2018 session course(s) has/have been cancelled. You have now been de-enrolled and your student account will reflect the reversal of this original tuition charge for those courses. The fee adjustment can be viewed on the Student Account Online Statement when you click on the View Transactions heading.

A timetable of confirmed available Summer Session courses has been posted on the Course Timetable Search website and you can enrol in confirmed courses through the Registration & Enrolment Module.

You also have the option of enrolling with another institution to complete credits toward your York degree/certificate. If you wish to enrol in another university, you must first apply to the host institution and then be granted a Letter of Permission (LOP) by the Office of the University Registrar. You can also check for online courses offered by other universities on the eCampus Ontario website. Please review the Letter of Permission website for complete details.

Please visit the Summer 2018 Session FAQs on York’s Labour Update website for more information about how the labour disruption is impacting the Summer Session. We encourage you to also review information regarding course completion and financial aid options during the disruption.

If you have questions about summer term or your degree progress, please contact your Faculty’s dean’s office or advising office.

York University