Graduate Course Registration
Winter 2016 Course Selection Dates:
Course selection: October 14 - November 5
It is important that you register each and every semester according to the Schedule of Dates. Also check for announcements on the WebAdvisor or on the Student Financial Services site to review the relevant Dates & Deadlines for fee payment each semester. (NOTE: A late fee of $60 will be charged to students who activate their W16 registration after the published deadline).
Through WebAdvisor you can select courses, find information on billing, payments, and exam schedules.
PLEASE DON'T FORGET, in addition to the UNIV*7510 Active Full-time or UNIV*7520 Active Part-time Registration course, you must also choose at least one other course, whether it be a real course or UNIV*7500 Research/Writing, for your term to appear on your transcript record. If you don't yet know what real courses you will be taking, you should at least activate your term by selecting the appropriate UNIV*7510 or *7520 course now.
When you have completed your registration, you will be able to view your student account on WebAdvisor once it becomes available. Be sure to check your "Class Schedule" to confirm that your course selection has been successful. It is always a good idea to print and retain the confirmation of your registration for your records. If you have any questions regarding registration that are not addressed on the website, please contact Enrolment Services, 3rd floor UC, in person or by email firstname.lastname@example.org .
If you are an international student, please do not register until your study permit is issued. Keep in mind that new student registration will not be permitted after the 14th class day. Please see the Office of Graduate Studies if you are not registered because you are waiting for your study permit.
If you are a Special or Provisional student, or if you wish to add a course for which you do not have the prerequisite, or one that requires instructor consent (this includes all undergraduate courses and courses for audit), you must get a Course Waiver form signed by Matt Smith (email@example.com). If you are unsure whether you need a waiver, or have general registration questions, please see Matt in MINS 247.
If you are NOT planning to register for a given semester ensure you make prior arrangements, subject to review and recommendation by your department, to take a leave of absence from your graduate program.