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2 hours ago, PThopeful18 said:

I'm #53 on the waitlist for Queen's, and based on past years I thought I was done for! Possibly the accreditation status is worrying many people 

It would certainly be devastating to graduate with an unaccredited degree!

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5 hours ago, PPTTT said:

It would certainly be devastating to graduate with an unaccredited degree!

U OF T 's status is probationary as well. Both Queens and U of T were awarded accreditation last October. Probationary means they weren't fully compliant and need to make some changes. Most likely they will meet the necessary standards within the year.

https://www.peac-aepc.ca/english/accreditation/programs-with-accreditation-status.php#

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8 minutes ago, PT2021 said:

U OF T 's status is probationary as well. Both Queens and U of T were awarded accreditation last October. Probationary means they weren't fully compliant and need to make some changes. Most likely they will meet the necessary standards within the year.

https://www.peac-aepc.ca/english/accreditation/programs-with-accreditation-status.php#

That's true but I think if you enter a probationary accredited program you still run the risk of non-accreditation if they remain probationary by the time you graduate (I doubt it will come to that)

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17 hours ago, PT2021 said:

U OF T 's status is probationary as well. Both Queens and U of T were awarded accreditation last October. Probationary means they weren't fully compliant and need to make some changes. Most likely they will meet the necessary standards within the year.

https://www.peac-aepc.ca/english/accreditation/programs-with-accreditation-status.php#

Is this just for PT or OT as well?

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