The first day of classes is Thursday, September 8th.
Please mark your calendars for Tuesday, September 6th for the Bachelor of Bio-Resource Management Program Meeting. The meeting starts at 2:30pm in Rozanski 102. Staff, faculty and students will be on hand to welcome you and give you an overview of your program. Plan to attend! Meetings for Majors on Wednesday September 7th are a great way to meet your Faculty Advisor. They start at 10:00am; Environmental Management in Rozanski Hall 105 and Equine Management in Rozanski Hall 106.
If a class or section you would like to take in the fall semester is full, you can contact the instructor of the class to see if they are willing to overload the section you would like to take. There are many reasons why this might not be possible (not enough room in the lecture hall, not enough lab benches in a lab section, not enough resources for all students etc.), but if you do not ask, you do not give the instructor an opportunity to say yes.
From September 6th to September 16th, Melinda, your Program Counsellor, will have drop in hours (instead of appointments). Drop in hours are times when you can ask questions about your courses in the order you arrive during the drop in times. There will be a sign up sheet for each time slot that will be made available 15 minutes prior to the start of the drop in time.
Monday September 5, 2016 – Office is Closed
Tuesday, September 6, 2016 – 10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Wednesday, September 7, 2016 – 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm
Grades for the Summer 2016 semester will be released on Friday, August 26th.
Course Registration for the Fall Semester opened on August 22nd at midnight. If you did not pay your $200 deposit on or before August 5th, your courses will be removed from your schedule. The Registrar's Office will notify you via email if you were deregistered from your courses. You must pay this deposit before you can add courses to your schedule again. It is your responsibility to add your courses back to your schedule on WebAdvisor if you have been deregistered; your previous space is not guaranteed.
The Summer 2016 Final Examination Period runs from August 11th to August 19th.
You may view your final examination locations on WebAdvisor, on the Office of Registrarial Services website or on the hard-copy posting located at the Office of Registrarial Services on the third floor of the University Centre.
If you miss an exam or are unable to complete a final assignment, please contact the Program Counselling Office (ext. 54800).
All graduation applications have been processed. If you were not contacted by me, your application has been moved to "Tentative". This means you have all the correct courses and the right amount of credits; all that is left is for you to successfully complete your current courses and have a 60% cumulative average. Enjoy the rest of the semester and good luck on exams!
Student Financial Services is your primary contact for all student account questions including tuition and payment deadlines, but this needs to be repeated: Remember to pay the $200 deposit by August 5th (earlier if using electronic payment). Warning: The Registrar's Office can and will deregister you from your courses if you do not make this payment and there is no guarantee you will be able to get back into your courses once you pay the deposit. For those of you who have not yet selected courses, you must pay the deposit prior to registering for courses.
Friday July 8th is the 40th Class Day. This is the last day to drop Summer 2016 classes without academic penalty.