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Winter Registration Process and Procedures

Registration


Space is still available in several courses for the upcoming Winter Term (January to April). You can search for "Winter Term" courses within subjects in WebAdvisor, the University's online registration system.  Starting December 2, 2016, you can also check what's still available here: Courses Available


Are you NEW to the University?

Before you can register for any courses, you need to apply for admission to the University and receive acceptance.  Go to APPLY!

After you've received your letter of acceptance, you can register in the same way as a returning student (see below).


RETURNING students

Online Registration:  All students use the "Student Planning" online tool, accessible through WebAdvisor, to register for courses.  For more information and instructions, please see:

FAQS on Student Planning

WebAdvisor/Student Planning Guide [PDF]

Student Planning videos

Payment is due by the first day of classes, January 4, 2017.

You can also login to WebAdvisor to drop Winter Term courses.  To get a refund, you must drop the course by January 17, 2017.   After this date, you can still use WebAdvisor to drop courses without academic penalty until March 1, 2017, but no refunds will be issued.  See  Withdrawal/Drop Schedule  and Course Drops for details.

NOTE: You can view your tuition fees due in your WebAdvisor login area.  Click on My Account.

In-Person Registration:  Submit your completed Fall/Winter  Registration Form or request a Course drop in-person at Student Central.  Payment is due at time of registration.  

Fax:  Complete a Registration Form and fax the signed and dated form to 204.783.4996.  You may also drop a course by faxing your specific request (indicate your full name and student number, "course drop request," the course name, number and section; sign and date the fax).  See  Withdrawal/Drop Schedule for deadlines.

For more details on the registration process, see Registration.

On a Wait List? For information see our Wait Lists page.