If I decide to study online but don't like it, what are my options?
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University of Ottawa
Hi there, if you were interested in making changes to your program of studies at the University of Ottawa, that's totally OK. You'll first want to make sure that the change you're making is possible and worthwhile. From there, you can request to make the appropriate changes to the University of Ottawa within the required deadlines.
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