Note: If this is your second or third time on academic suspension, you are NOT eligible to take the LRTL course for early readmission.


Are you currently on Academic Suspension?

It can be very upsetting to be placed on academic suspension, however, we encourage you to view this experience as an opportunity to develop new approaches to your studies that will help you be more successful in the future. snəw̓eyəɬ leləm Langara College has an Academic Standing policy that governs how your academic performance is assessed.  

If this is your first time on academic suspension at snəw̓eyəɬ leləm Langara College, you are not permitted to register for three consecutive semesters.  However, you may be eligible to appeal for early readmission if you complete Langara’s Return to Learning (LRTL) course. Under this option, early readmission is not guaranteed and you will still be required to sit-out for a minimum of one semester while you complete the LRTL course.

LRTL is a free, self-paced, online course designed to help you reflect on and evaluate circumstances and decisions that led to academic suspension. The course will also teach you effective learning, study and time-management strategies and how to access various college services to support your future academic success. 

Completing this course is not mandatory, but is required if you wish to appeal for early readmission.  

Registering for the Langara Return to Learning Course (LRTL) 


Step 1

Attend a mandatory LRTL information session (see current information sessions listed below). In the LRTL information session you will learn about course topics, requirements to successfully complete the course, important deadlines and due dates related to course work and the appeals process, and immigration and study permit information.    

You must present photo ID and stay for the entire information session to be eligible to register for the LRTL course.  

Spring 2022 LRTL Information Sessions 

(NOTE: You only have to attend ONE of these sessions).

Zoom link for all session:   

Information Session 1: Thursday, April 28, 2:00 pm 

Information Session 2: Friday, April 29, 9:00 am 

Information Session 3: Friday, April 29, 3:00 pm 

Information Session 4: Monday, May 2, 6:00 pm 

Information Session 5: Tuesday, May 3, 1:00 pm 


Step 2  

After the last LRTL information session is held and all students are registered, you will receive an email with the Zoom link to attend a mandatory LRTL course orientation session.  This session will be facilitated by the course instructors. We will introduce you to the course in Brightspace, discuss the course requirements, and answer your questions.   

2022 LRTL Course Orientation Session  

(NOTE: You only have to attend ONE of these sessions. Once you are registered for the course, you will get an email with the Zoom link.)  

Orientation Session 1: Monday, May 9, 1:00 pm

Orientation Session 2: Tuesday, May 10, 2:00 pm


Step 3  

The Summer 2022 LRTL course will be available in Brightspace on: Monday, May 9.     

Log into Brightspace and begin working through the learning materials. To receive a course completion certificate you must study all course materials, meet expectations for all assignments, and achieve 75% on each module quiz.  


Step 4  

Once the LRTL is completed, submit an appeal to with the following:

Students must submit all required appeals documents to be considered for early readmission.

The deadline to submit an appeal for early readmission for the Fall Semester 2022 is Monday, June 13, 2022. Appeals for early readmission will not be accepted after this deadline. Students who submit their appeal by June 13 will receive an appeal decision on or before Friday, June 17, 2022.

Who to contact if you have further questions?

If you have specific questions about your unique circumstances, please contact RES at and visit their Readmission from an Academic Suspension webpage. 

If you are an Indigenous student and have questions about how academic suspension may impact your future studies, please contact Indigenous Education and Services at 

If you are an international student and have questions about how academic suspension may impact your study permit and eligibility to apply for a post-graduation work permit, please contact Langara Global at 


We hope that you will take some time to reflect on the challenges that led to your suspension and develop solutions to move forward. We encourage you to seek support and advice from the many Student Services that Langara has available to help you get back on track. 

The Counselling Department offers a comprehensive range of Student Success Workshops.  These workshops are open to currently registered students AND suspended students. While attending student success workshops is not a required part of the LRTL course option for early readmission, you may find these workshops helpful as part of your preparation for returning to studies.