Mount Allison University | Registrar's Office
62 York Street, Sackville, NB E4L 1E2 Canada
- Permission request form
To request, through Connect@MTA, special permission from an academic dean or Registrar (or direct delegate) for issues such as, but not limited to, overloading, late withdrawal from a course, late registration in a course, etc.
- Academic Standing Appeal Form (available during the appeal period)
To appeal placement on academic suspension or dismissal.
- Re-Admission Appeal Form (available during the appeal period)
To be submitted by students whose appeal of their placement on academic suspension or dismissal was denied.
- Letter of Permission Request
To request a letter of permission to complete a course at another university for Mount Allison credit (excluding approved Mount Allison study abroad or exchange programs).
- Re-Admission Application
To apply for re-admission following a period of time away your studies at Mount Allison (if you have previously completed a Mount Allison degree, please submit the application for readmission following graduation).
- Re-Admission Following Graduation
Application to apply for readmission following graduation from Mount Allison to do one of the following: complete a second degree program, complete an honours certificate, upgrade previous coursework, complete additional coursework.
- Graduate Studies Application
To apply for admission to Mount Allison's graduate studies programs.
- GAP Student Reactivation Form
To reactivate your admission and applicable scholarship after a gap year.
- Challenge for Credit Application
- Application for Re-Read
To request a re-read of the final exam and/or written material not marked and returned to the class before the last day of the final exam.
- Exam Accommodation Request Form
Please confirm if an exam accommodation may be granted for your particular exceptional circumstances prior to submitting this form.
- Special Exam Application
Allows a fourth-year student to request a special exam as outlined in section 10.8.6 of the academic calendar.
- Application for graduation
To be completed by students intending to graduate in the October or Spring convocations.
- Prospective Grad List Problems
To report issues with the prospective graduate list.
- Change of Degree Request
To request a change in degree program.
- Declaration of Major/Minor
To declare, add, or change your major and/or minor.
- Declaration to Pursue Honours
To be completed by third-year students who intend to complete an honours program.
- Degree Audit Forms
To confirm you are on track to complete all requirements for your program of study.
- Change of address
Use Connect@MTA to change your local or permanent address of record.
- Legal Name Change Request
- Preferred First Name Change Request
Use Connect@MTA to request your preferred first name change. A preferred first name is a name by which you are normally addressed that is different from your legal first name. It is important to note that making a request to use a preferred first name at Mount Allison does not change a student’s legal name in the Mount Allison student record or records with government authorities. For more information please check our FAQ.
- Confirmation of enrolment (through Connect@MTA)
To request a letter confirming full-time or part-time enrolment for the current academic term/year. If you do not have Connect access, please use the confirmation of enrolment request form.
- Correspondence course registration
To register for correspondence courses at Mount Allison. The list of available courses can be found here.
- Transcript Request (through Connect@MTA)
Allows student to request an official or unofficial copy of their academic transcript. Transcripts can also be requested online through Connect@MTA. If you do not have Connect access, please print and complete a transcript request form (including your signature) and submit by fax, email/ scan to firstname.lastname@example.org, standard mail or in person to the Registrar's Office, along with payment information.
- Withdrawal form (through Connect@MTA)
Use Connect@MTA to withdraw from the University, Residence, and/or Meal Plan.