What happens if you need to be inactive at UoPeople more than what is allowed by the University? Page 45 of 49
ORIENTATION 2019/2020 UOP GRADED ASSESSMENT Students requiring an extended period of inactivity at UoPeople may wish to consider withdrawing from the University.When are you considered inactive during a term? What happens if you know you cannot study at UoPeople during an upcoming term? How do you apply for a Leave of Absence (LOA)? . What is the deadline each term to apply for a LOA? Can students apply for a LOA after the term has already started if they dropped or withdrew from all their classes? What happens if a student does not register for classes for an upcoming term and also does not apply for a LOA? Special Instructions to Graduating Students on Applying for a LOA: Before the end of the registration period during the term in which they will complete all requirements for the degree, students should apply for a LOA for the upcoming term and for each subsequent term until their degree is conferred by the University. If you have questions about applying for a LOA, please contact your personal Program Advisor. Page 46 of 49
ORIENTATION 2019/2020 UOP GRADED ASSESSMENT  The University reserves the right to request supporting documentation for any leave of absence. University of the People's decision to grant or refuse a request for a leave of absence will be final and binding. We wanted to share a few final tips before you begin your courses next week: (1) The Self-Services Portal is a very important 'place' at UoPeople. It's where you will: a) register for courses b) drop or withdraw from a course c) apply for a Leave of Absence (LOA) d) request to change majors e) access your unofficial academic record (which is your unofficial UoPeople transcript) f) access information useful to students like frequently asked questions about proctors etc.
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