Cross-Registration in Courses at the University of Waterloo
The Joint Co-operative Advisory Council of Wilfrid Laurier University and the University of Waterloo has established an agreement whereby students of either university may cross-register to take courses at the other institution. The main objective is to make courses available, which currently are not offered at the student's home institution.
Students on academic probation in a general degree program, or in post-degree studies are not permitted to cross-register. Students must register and pay fees at their home institution. Courses taken at the University of Waterloo may not be used to meet residence requirements at Laurier. Cross-registration forms and instructions are available in the Office of the Registrar.
Adds/drops for cross-registered courses must be submitted at the home university following home add/drop deadline dates. Examination scheduling conflicts will be resolved at the home university.
Requests for deferred examination privileges must be submitted at the host university.
Note: Students who wish to cross-register, should check the University of Waterloo's sessional dates carefully, as their start and end term dates may differ from those of Laurier. Laurier does not accept credit for any courses offered at the University of Waterloo that are less than six weeks in length as given in the Letter of Permission Courses policy.