University of Guelph Articulation Agreement
articulation agreement available to graduating students between the School
of Biological Sciences and Applied Chemistry at Seneca
College and the
Biological Sciences / College of Physical and Engineering Science at the University of Guelph.
- Completion of
a 3 year technology diploma (BTR, CLP, or CHY)
- A minimum
cumulative GPA of 3.5
of the student by the Seneca promotion committee
- For students entering one of U. of Guelph's physical science programs, MCV4U (or equivalent) is required for admission; this is not a requirement for studies in biological sciences.
Granted by Guelph
- Students will be eligible for up to 7.5 transfer credits towards their studies at Guelph. General (3-year degrees) at Guelph consist of 15 credits, while Honours (4-year degrees) consist of 20 credits.
- For Seneca subjects used as equivalencies at Guelph, a grade of B or better must be obtained in the subject to be granted at Guelph. Students who do not receive a grade of B or better in a subject used for the articulation agreement should either repeat the subject at Seneca, or will be required to take the subject at Guelph.
Procedure for Students
complete an OUAC (Ontario Universities' Application Centre) application to the University of Guelph
- The student's assigned OUAC number is provided to the School of Biological Sciences and Applied Chemistry student advisor (Monica Russell)
- The decision
on which students may proceed to U. of Guelph through the articulation
agreement is determined at the end of semester promotion meeting
students will be notified, and their transcripts will
be sent to U. of Guelph for recommended admission
- Students are advised that a recommendation by the Seneca promotion committee does not guarantee entry into a U. of Guelph program
. U. of Guelph will also look at an applicant's previous academic record; if a student has a prior unsuccessful university record prior to starting at Seneca, this will also be taken into consideration for admission decisions.