Laurentian University offers an outstanding university experience in English and French, with a comprehensive approach to Indigenous education. Laurentian University, situated on the traditional territory of the Anishinabe peoples of Atikameksheng First Nation, prepares students as agents of change and empowers them to create innovative responses to local and global challenges. Laurentian University’s students benefit from small class sizes and exceptional post-graduation employment rates. With nine Canada Research Chairs and nineteen research centres, Laurentian University is a recognized leader in its specialized areas of research strength, which include mining innovation and exploration, stressed watershed systems, particle astrophysics and rural and northern children’s health. Laurentian University has secured over $100 million in research income in the past five years.
LETTERS OF PERMISSION
From Laurentian University to another university
If you are a Laurentian student wishing to take a course from another university, you must make your request to the Office of the Registrar no later than six weeks prior to the deadline date for registration.
We will issue letters of permission only if you are in good academic standing, and only if the course you are requesting is not offered at Laurentian and is not an elective. Only under exceptional circumstances are letters of permission issued to complete the last five (5) courses in a degree program.