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Coming soon! Information fair on program changes
Tuesday, March 3, 2015, from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Jock Turcot University Centre (UCU), concourse level
At some point during your studies, you'll have the chance to discover different fields and personalize your program. You can create your own academic path and get a made-to-measure degree based on your choices and program requirements. To discover the possibilities your program offers and see whether you need to make any changes to it, stop by the information fair on program changes.
A detailed schedule of the day's events will be available in January 2015.
Period to request a program change – CLOSED for Winter 2015 session
The period for making changes to your program for the Winter 2015 session is now closed. You will be able to make changes to your program for the 2015-2016 academic year as of March 1, 2015. Please come back then to complete your change request.
Who is this process for?
This process is for undergraduate students who want to make changes to their current bachelor’s or are considering transferring to a bachelor’s program offered in a direct-entry faculty (Arts, Science, Social Sciences, Engineering, Health Sciences or the Telfer School of Management).
This process doesn’t apply to the following situations
- You’re applying to a professional program offered by the faculties of Education, Law or Medicine. If so, follow the Admissions Office process.
- You want to apply to a graduate program. If so, the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies can provide you with more information.
- You’re currently registered at the University of Ottawa, expect to graduate soon and would like to apply to an undergraduate program to complete an additional degree in a faculty other than your current one. If so complete the Application for Undergraduate Admission.
- You’re not currently registered in the Co-operative Education Programs (CO-OP) and would like to add CO-OP to your main study module. If so, check if CO-OP is offered, then open a session in uoZone and follow the steps in the COOP Navigator. Find out more about CO-OP.