You’ve accepted your offer of admission!
The next step in becoming a U of G student is to select your courses. Here’s how you do it:
- Visit the Program Information page for your program. If you are unsure of your program, check your offer letter.
- Review the information about the courses you should pick.
- Download the Class Schedule Work Sheet Grid.
- Print, grab a pencil and get ready to pick your courses!
WebAdvisor is the University’s online registration system. It allows you to search for courses, read descriptions of the courses, and find out what day(s) and time(s) of day each course is offered.
- Click “Log In” in the top right corner.
- Enter your Central Login ID and your Central Login Password. You will find your login ID and password in the letter that was mailed to you when you accepted your offer of admission or you would have received it when you applied to U of G.
- Watch the video tutorial for step-by-step instructions on how to pick courses using WebAdvisor.
A Few Ideas:
Consider enrolling in a First-Year Seminar UNIV*1200 (if it fits in your schedule)
First-Year Seminars are engaging, stimulating courses open to first-year students ONLY, and limited to 18 students! They are electives and can be used as an Arts or Science credit. Led by University professors, staff and some community members, topics range from human sexuality to climate change, from science to communication, from human rights to animal rights. Each seminar is developed to be interdisciplinary and is meant to be unique and not something you would be taking as part of your regular program.
There are a limited number of these courses offered each semester, with just 18 spots available in each one, so enrol early! Please note that First-Year Seminars are not required courses and they may not fit in your schedule depending on your program’s required courses, which are outlined in this guide.
Check out the Undergraduate Calendar
The University’s Undergraduate Calendar contains information you will need as a University of Guelph student.
The following chapters are helpful:
- I. Statement of Students' Academic Responsibilities
- III. Schedule of Dates
- VII. Academic Advising
- VIII. Undergraduate Degree Regulations and Procedures
- IX. Scholarships and Other Awards
- X. Degree Programs
- XII. Course Descriptions