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Post Baccalaureate Diploma Program in Education


Username and Password

You will receive a user name and password with your Letter of Acknowledgment. Be sure to keep this information in a safe place, as you will use it throughout your program. Your single username and password gives you access to these systems:

  • WebAdvisor - the University's online registration system
  • Webmail (email) - the email system to use for all communications with the University
  • Nexus - learning management system (online course component)
  • Campus Computers - located in various places, including the Library and Uplink on the 4th floor Centennial Hall

Please note that the courses will fill on a first come, first served basis. However, certain courses have been reserved for students in particular streams or programs, and may not be available to all students. Please read the course descriptions in the booklet for information on restricted courses.


Registration

Timetable/How to Register

Information on registering for courses and the timetable can be found on the UWinnipeg webpage for registration, http://www.uwinnipeg.ca/registration/index.html.

Watch for the new “Student Planning” online tool, launching March 2, 2016.   Preview the new system at Student Planning.

Appointment to Register

An email message will be sent to your University webmail account giving you a registration start date/time for the WebAdvisor online registration system.

  • Fall and Winter Term - should receive your appointment time around the last week of February
  • Spring Term - should receive your appointment time around early June

You can also find your appointment time through WebAdvisor. Log on to WebAdvisor, click on "Current Students", and under "Registration", choose "View My Registration Time".

Students may also register in person at Student Central. located on the 1st floor of the Rice Centre, 489 Portage Ave.

Student Central is open Monday - Thursday from 8:30 am - 5:30 pm and Friday from 8:30 - 4:15 pm.

Student Central website is http://www.uwinnipeg.ca/student-central/index.html

Student ID Card

After you have registered for courses, you can get your Student ID Card at Student Central, make sure to bring your photo ID with you.

You will need a Student ID card to use the library and other university services.

Advising

To book an appointment with the Academic Advisor, Suzanne Martin, you can call 204-786-9491 or stop by the Education Office on the 1st Floor of Graham Hall.

You can also email the Advisor directly, s.martin@uwinnipeg.ca.

Tuition Fees

Here is the link to tuition and incidental fees information, http://www.uwinnipeg.ca/fees/tuition.html.

UWSA Health Plan

Please note that if you are registered for 9 credit hours or more in each term, you are automatically enrolled in the UWSA Health Plan.

If you already have health coverage, you can opt out of the plan. For further details on how to opt-out, please visit the UWSA website, http://theuwsa.ca/healthplan/.