Wilfrid Laurier University
For more than a century, Laurier has been known for academic excellence. But we’ve also been dedicated to the philosophy that our students’ success is measured through more than grades – it’s based on the quality of the lives they lead, and those they inspire.
Leader in online learning
Laurier has been a leader in online learning for more than 30 years. Our Centre for Online Learning is committed to supporting the development and administration of pedagogically sound online learning courses that provide rich and engaging learning experiences for you. With more than 100 online courses available in a variety of subject areas, our centre provides you with a learning experience consistent with program-level learning objectives and outcomes.
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A Letter of Permission allows a student to enrol in courses at another university that may be considered for credit towards their degree at their home university (subject to faculty or program regulations and approvals). In order to be eligible for admission to a university on a Letter of Permission basis, students must be in “good standing” (ie. not on probation) at their home university, complete a Letter of Permission application form and obtain the approval of their academic advisor in advance of the application deadline at the “host” institution.
Students intending to study at Wilfrid Laurier University on a Letter of Permission must initiate the process through their home university’s Registrar’s Office. Student must submit the Application & Intent to Register form, along with the Letter of Permission from the home university. Please note that transcripts are not required. Both must be submitted together before registration can occur, and class enrolment is always subject to space availability in the course(s) requested.
Laurier students looking to take course(s) at another university should complete the outgoing Letter of Permission form and obtain approval from their academic advisor in advance of the application deadline at the host institution. Please email the Registrar’s Office if you are unable to access the PDF form.