To be eligible for supplemental status, a course must have a comprehensive
final exam. Courses not open to supplemental examination are designated
in the Course Description section of the Calendar.
A student who
wishes to write a supplemental examination must apply to the Registrar
no more than four weeks after receiving a Statement of Marks. The
examination must be written before the end of the immediately succeeding
term, except in courses that are prerequisite to a sequent course
to be taken in the immediately succeeding term in which case the
examination must be written not later than the opening day of that
Applications for the supplemental examination are available from
the Registrars Office.
examination will have the same value in course grade determination
as the original final examination. The supplemental examination
mark will replace the original final examination mark in determining
the final grade in the course. A student will be allowed one supplemental
exam per course per term.
A deferred exam is a final exam granted only to students excused
because of extenuating circumstances. Arrangements must be made
with the instructor before or on the day of the final exam. Written
confirmation will be filed with the Program Leader or Centre Team
Some credits may be awarded to students in LCC post-secondary courses
through the successful completion of challenge examinations or demonstration
that competencies in defined outcomes have been attained.
available for challenge unless otherwise stated in the Course Description
section of this Calendar. Courses may be challenged by students
currently enroled or accepted into LCC programs leading to an approved
credential. Eligibility to write a challenge exam will be determined
by the Program Chair or Centre Team Leader. Eligibility will be
based on previous experience or alternate study by the student.
Challenge exams are not open to students currently or previously
enroled in the challenged LCC course.
in challenged courses are not included in calculating the GPA, but
are designated on the student's transcript. Credits earned through
challenged courses are not included in a current credit load for
purposes of maintaining full-time student status for student loan
or other purposes.
available for complete courses only and are not used for partial
credit. Challenge credits are not used to meet LCCs 25% Residency
Requirements (see below). In order to qualify for an LCC credential,
students must complete at least 25% of the credits required for
the credential through enrolment and completion of LCC courses.