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Frequently Asked Questions
- You can purchase "Civil Paper" from the CEE office, SEB 3005. The cost is $5 cash only.
- We cap our second year admission to 80 students. To be admitted into CEE you must have successfully completed all your first year engineering courses.
- Progression sheets for all CEE programs can be found here.
- Each student will be given an appointment time when they can start their registration. Login in to the Student Services website and follow the "My Possibilities" link to find out your earliest web registration date. This appointment time is the first time you can register for your courses and will remain open to you any time after this date and time.
- This won't happen if it is a core course for your program of study; and very rarely happens for our technical elective courses.
- CEE 3324a - August 24 to September 4, 2020.
- You register for CEE 3324a - Surveying on-line when you register for your Fall term courses.
- Yes, if you plan to continue in your CEE program you must submit an online intent to register so that you will have access to the web registration system during the summer months to register for Fall/Winter courses. If you don't submit an Intent to Register, you will not have access to the web registration system.
- To receive the highest priority for your preference of a program, you must submit your Intent to Register form web or appropriate paper version) on time. If you don't submit your ITR, you will not be able to use the online registration system to register for your fall/winter courses during the summer. If you do not submit your ITR during the online period you will need to submit a paper form to the Undergraduate Services Office (SEB 2097).
- You will have to fill out a timetable conflict form, get the form signed by both instructors and by the department counsellor, then bring it to the Undergraduate Services Office (SEB 2097).
- Student Development Services has staff members who specialize in assisting students with various disabilities to adjust to the university environment. These disabilities include, but are not limited to, vision, hearing and mobility impairments, learning disabilities, chronic illnesses, chronic pain, and attention deficit/hyperactivity disorders. For more information, click here.
- If the value of the missed course requirement is less than 10% please come to the CEE Office (SEB 3005) to fill out the proper paperwork. If it is worth 10% or more please see staff in the Undergraduate Services Office (SEB 2097). For more information on this policy and necessary documentation, please click here.
- All students who miss a final exam for any reason, should come in to the Undergraduate Services Office, SEB 2097, as soon as possible. If you are unwell and cannot come in to the office that day, call the Undergraduate Services Office at (519) 661-2130 and leave a clear, detailed message with your full name, student number, the course name & section number, the date & time of your exam and the name of your instructor. As soon as you are feeling well enough, you will need to come in to the Undergraduate Services Office, SEB 2097, to fill out an Illness/Compassionate form, as well as a Request for Special Exam form. You will also need to bring a Student Medical Certificate completed by a doctor, a copy can be found here: https://studentservices.uwo.ca/secure/index.cfm under Medical Documentation, along with the policy information. If you visited Student Health Services (SHS), a form will be filled out in the Undergraduate Services Office when you come to fill out the other paperwork.
- If you are feeling unwell during an exam, you are to let the instructor/proctor of that exam know. You should then seek medical help. Once you are well enough, you will need to come in to the Undergraduate Services Office to fill out the appropriate paperwork. Please see "What if I miss an exam because of illness" above.
- Information regarding the policy on appealing a grade can be found here.