The University Registrar is empowered to deregister students who:
- do not meet the University's admissions requirements or the conditions of admission imposed by the Admissions Office;
- are not eligible or entitled to enrol in a program of study, and are not authorized to enrol by the Faculty;
- do not meet the country's citizenship and immigration laws;
- contravene the policies stated in the York University Act, upon instructions from the President;
- contravene the Code of Student Rights and Responsibilities;
- are found guilty of academic dishonesty.
Students who are deregistered on these grounds will be deemed not to have registered in the academic session. No registration or academic activity records will be retained. Students will be refunded their academic fees in full less any indebtedness to the University.
The University Registrar or other appropriate officer will inform the student and appropriate academic and service areas.
A student who enrols or registers for courses pending notification of academic standing at the end of the previous session or pending the result of a petition bearing on academic standing may have that enrolment subsequently cancelled or be subsequently deregistered if academic standing is such as to require withdrawal, debarment or suspension.