Students participating in the WorkSafeBC – PCU-WHS Scholarship pilot project are required to maintain a minimum Grade Point Average (GPA) of at least 3.0 in each academic term.
Students failing to maintain this academic standard in any trimester will be required to restore their academic standing in the following trimester.
Student who fails more than one course will no longer be eligible for the WorkSafeBC – PCU-WHS Scholarship.
Students who need to repeat courses outside of the 2-year period of the WorkSafeBC – PCU-WHS Scholarship Pilot Project are required to pay their own tuition for any course required to graduate from the program.
If repeating a course results in extending student registration beyond the project timeframe of 2 years, all additional costs are the responsibility of the student.
Students are entitled to request reasonable accommodations to enable them to participate on an equal basis with their fellow students. Requests for accommodation should be addressed to Student Services, usually in advance of embarking on a course.