Registration using Minerva begins for Winter courses and programs for returning students in Continuing Education
Deadline for Web withdrawing (grade of 'W') from multi-term courses (D1/ D2, N1/ N2) that started in Winter 2006 for students in...
in Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (including Farm Management and Technology program), Arts, credit courses at Continuing Education (all programs), Education, Engineering including Architecture, Graduate Studies, Law, Management, Music, Nursing, Physical and Occupational Therapy (1st and 2nd year students), Religious Studies, Science, Social Work, Dentistry (all programs) and Medicine students. NOTE: FIRST DAY OF CLASSES FOR COURSES THAT NORMALLY START ON MONDAYS. ATTEND THE CLASSES THAT YOU WOULD NORMALLY ATTEND ON A MONDAY. CLASSES SCHEDULED ON TUESDAYS WILL BE CANCELLED FOR THIS DAY ONLY. THIS SPECIAL SCHEDULE DOES NOT APPLY TO MEDICAL, DENTAL, SOCIAL WORK AND CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSES EXCEPT FOR CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSES IN THE FACULTY OF EDUCATION. Education students should consult the Faculty website for details regarding Field Experience courses. Please be aware that a number of placements end later than the last day of lectures in the Winter term.
Deadline to web withdraw (grade of 'W') with full refund (less $100 minimum charge for returning students and less deposit for new students, in case of complete withdrawal from the University)
Returning students - less $100 minimum charge in the case of complete withdrawal for students not registered in the fall. New students - less deposit or $100 minimum charge in case of complete withdrawal. (No withdrawals from Ed. intensive courses, or music ensembles and practical lessons.)
Arts and Science departmental orientation sessions and advising for newly admitted students in some departments
Students must check the Student Affairs Office website (below) for specific details.
Returning Master's and Doctoral level students should enquire of their departments or the GPSO (Graduate Fellowships and Awards) regarding...
precise deadlines for internal and external fellowship competitions; important deadlines normally fall during the months of October and November.