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Once you have confirmed your intention to attend McGill on Minerva at, you must register by adding courses to your record during the registration periods listed at You must register on Minerva and can continue to do so throughout the registration period by adding and dropping courses until you have finalized your schedule.

All course descriptions are available at If you are a new student, you should refer to Course Information and Regulations to familiarize yourself with McGill's course numbering system (Course Numbering), multi-term course rules (Multi-term Courses), and course terminology (Course Terminology).

For fee policies related to registration and withdrawal from courses or withdrawal from the University, please refer to Fees.

Note for Arts, Science and B.A. & Sc.: For detailed information on registration you can also refer to:
Note for the Faculty of Engineering:
  • If you are a returning student, it is mandatory that you see a departmental/school academic adviser to review your course selection at the beginning of the Fall and Winter terms.
  • If you are a new student, it is mandatory that you see a departmental/school academic adviser during the advising period.
Note for the Faculty of Law: All first-year students and all new students in the Faculty of Law must register by adding the registration confirmation course REGN RCLW on Minerva at The registration period for new Law students for the 2010-11 academic year begins Tuesday, July 13, and ends Wednesday, September 1, 2010.

All first-year students and new students must present themselves at the Faculty of Law on Monday, August 30, 2010 to complete their registration. Welcoming of new students will follow registration.

Returning Students - At the end of the Winter term, students in upper years are required to register by Minerva indicating their course selections for the next academic year. This will be considered formal registration, replacing any further registration requirements. Refer to to confirm the registration dates.

Students in the Faculty of Law should consult registration materials available at

Programs, Courses and University Regulations—2010-2011 (last updated Apr. 22, 2010) (disclaimer)