Deregistration and Reinstatement

Financial deregistration is the removal of all course sections in a specific semester. Financial deregistration occurs when a student fails to settle their account (pay in full or have an approved Financial Agreement Request by Student Financial Services) by the published payment deadline date. Tuition and fees deadline dates are posted under Tuition and Fees page.

All communication from Student Financial Services is communicated to students via their University of Guelph-Humber email account.

Prior to financial deregistration, payment reminder emails are sent to students. If the account is still not settled, financial deregistration occurs and a notification is emailed to students. In addition to all course sections in the specific semester being removed, the tuition and compulsory fees for that same semester will also be removed from the student’s account on WebAdvisor.

If a student has been deregistered due to financial reasons and wishes to continue their studies they must contact finaid@guelphhumber.ca to obtain the amount to be paid (including additional reinstatement and/or late payment fees) and complete the appropriate reinstatement process.

$200 Non-Refundable Deposit Deregistration (Prior to Fall Semester Only)

In addition to the financial deregistration for non-payment of accounts each semester, deregistration occurs in August for undergraduate students that do not pay the mandatory $200 non-refundable deposit by the published deadline.

If a student has been deregistered due to financial reasons and wishes to continue their studies they must contact finaid@guelphhumber.ca to obtain the amount to be paid (including additional reinstatement and/or late payment fees) and complete the appropriate reinstatement process.

Reinstatement Process

The reinstatement deadline dates are as follows for each respective semester:

Reinstatement Processes Deadlines
Semester Reinstatement Deadline Date
Fall Semester October 15
Winter Semester February 15
Summer Semester June 15
  *Or the following Monday if the 15th day of the month falls on a weekend

 Reinstatement of course sections following financial deregistration requires students to settle their account with Student Financial Services and complete specific paperwork. The paperwork a student needs to complete and submit will depend on the point in the semester they are being reinstated:

  1. Reinstatements prior to the reinstatement deadline date require students to settle their account in full (through a bank transfer) and provide proof of payment to Student Financial Services.
     
  2. Students making reinstatement requests on/after the reinstatement deadline date must follow these steps:
    1. Students must meet with your Academic Advisor to complete a Late Re-Registration Request Form.
    2. Students will have to settle their account in full (through a bank transfer), provide proof of payment to Student Financial Services and have Student Financial Services sign their Late Re-Registration Request Form.
    3. Students will then drop the completed/signed Late Re-Registration Request Form off at Registrarial Services for reinstatement.

Please note:

  • Reinstatement on/after the reinstatement deadline date is not guaranteed
  • When being reinstated, students course loads will be re-added as it appeared prior to Financial Deregistration and subsequent course drop penalties will remain in effect
  • A reinstatement fee of $200 for full-time students or $100 for part-time students will be levied for students wishing to re-register after financial deregistration by Student Financial Services each semester
  • The Courselink component for all course sections (including Distance Education sections) may require up to 48 business hours processing time to be re-established after the reinstatement of the course section on WebAdvisor

August Reinstatement - Fall Semester

Since the August deregistration occurs just prior to the opening of the Fall Early Add Period students who are deregistered at this time that wish to continue their studies pay the mandatory $200 non-refundable deposit, confirm that it has posted to their account on WebAdvisor (which normally takes 1-3 bank days) and then re-select course sections on WebAdvisor.

Please note that students who are financially deregistered for non-payment of the mandatory $200 non-refundable deposit are not guaranteed the same spot in the course sections they may have selected prior to deregistration taking place.