The cancellation of a student's registration for a period of one or more terms is referred to as deregistration. Deregistration is a form of sanction identified in the Handbook of Academic and Scholarship Policy as well as in The University of Western Ontario Code of Student Conduct.
The Handbook of Academic and Scholarship Policy allows the University to deregister students for non-payment of fees, fines or bills as part of the academic sanction process. Deregistered students will be charged an administrative fee of $200.00 and when reinstated will be required to pay full fees in advance of any future session.
In addition, interest will be charged at a rate of 18% per annum (1.5% per month) on any unpaid balance owed to the University from the date of deregistration.
Under the University of Western Ontario Code of Student Conduct, the sanction of deregistration may also be applied in the case of student misconduct. The $200.00 deregistration fee will also be applied when a student is deregistered under these provisions.