Not necessarily. An LOP is your home institution’s way of granting permission for you to take a course, not a guarantee that the host institution will accept your registration for the course. For example, if you do not have a university, college, or high school prerequisite for a course, you can still get permission to take the course while being restricted from enrolling in it. In addition, a course you want to enroll in may already be full. Your home institution may not check either the course's prerequisite or its availability.
- What is a Letter of Permission?
- Do I need an LOP to register for a course listed on the eCourses website?
- When should I request my LOP?
- How long does it take to get an LOP?
- Is there a fee for an LOP?
- I have a question about my LOP. Who should I speak to?
- Who receives and processes my request for an LOP?
- Where can I find information about my home institution’s LOP process?
- Will my home institution always approve an LOP request?
- I requested my LOP. What's my next step?
- I requested my LOP. Am I registered?
- I requested an LOP, but decided not to take the course. What do I have to do?