Students in the John Molson School of Business who have been absent from their program for six consecutive terms or more will be withdrawn from their program and must meet with an academic advisor before reinstatement into the program. All input and comments received within the twenty 20 day period shall form part of the dossier submitted to the RAP. They may, however, transfer into another program in the University for which they meet the admission requirements. Any student who is accepted at Concordia University after failing or compiling an unsatisfactory record at another university, will generally be required to complete at least 60 credits at Concordia. A student request shall be made within a reasonable period of time from the circumstances giving rise to the request. Moreover, the information contained in the Calendar or any other University document related to academic programs and regulations is subject to verification and correction by the Office of the Registrar and the School of Graduate Studies. In some circumstances, a major program may also be combined with another major program. Before leaving the University, the student must also visit the Temporary Examinations Office location in order that a report of the situation may be filed.