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Other Ways to Register

Other Ways to Register

In-Person Registration

In-Person Registration

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If you are a new Special Student, or if you are unable to register using Minerva for any reason, you must register in person. This service is by appointment only. Call for an appointment: 514-398-2900.
Note: A registration appointment is not the same as an appointment to see an adviser. If you wish to meet with one of our advisers, please call for a separate appointment.

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As of August 1 for Fall term
As of December 1 for Winter term
As of April 6 for the Spring/Summer term

If you are required to take a Language Classification test, schedule an appointment at least two days after your test.

What to Bring to In-Person Registration:

Returning Students

  1. McGill ID card or proof of Student Number (i.e., unofficial transcript).
  2. Proof of satisfactory completion of prerequisite courses.

Newly Admitted Students

  1. Your letter of admission.
  2. Proof of satisfactory completion of prerequisite courses.
  3. Your student ID card (if you were a Special student in a previous term).
  4. Legal documents to prove that you are a Quebec student, a Canadian out-of-province student, or an international student (if you have not done so). For more information, see Legal Documents: Why Does McGill Collect Legal Documents from You?.

New Special Students

(See School of Continuing Studies > Getting Started > Special Student Status: Undergraduate Courses and School of Continuing Studies > Getting Started > Special Student Status: Graduate-Level Courses.)

  1. Legal documents to prove that you are a Quebec student, a Canadian out-of-province student, or an international student.

    For more information, see Legal Documents: Why Does McGill Collect Legal Documents from You?.

  2. Your Permanent Code from the Government of Quebec (see Legal Documents: Why Does McGill Collect Legal Documents from You?).
  3. Proof of satisfactory completion of prerequisite courses.
  4. Proof of proficiency in English, if applicable (School of Continuing Studies > Areas of Study > Career and Professional Development > Career and Professional Development (Undergraduate Certificate Programs, Part-Time B.Com.) > Proof of Proficiency in English).
Special Students Registering in Graduate-Level Courses
  1. An unofficial transcript in English or French confirming degree completion and, if applicable, an "avis d'études" from the Gouvernement du Québec, Ministère de l'Immigration et des Communautés culturelles.
  2. A letter from your university of origin confirming the expected date of completion of your degree (if your degree has not yet been granted). You must request to have an official transcript sent to us before the end of term once your degree is completed.
  3. Proof of proficiency in English, if applicable (see Proof of Proficiency in English).

Failure to provide the documents listed above will result in your not being permitted to register in courses.

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For Translation and Written Communication, see School of Continuing Studies > Areas of Study > Translation and Written Communication > About Translation and Written Communication Programs and Courses > Translation Programs: General Academic Requirements.

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International Students

In addition to the above, international students should bring:
  1. A completed Study Plan.
  2. A Study Permit and Certificate of Acceptance of Quebec (CAQ), or other proof of immigration status (see Legal Documents: Why Does McGill Collect Legal Documents from You?).
  3. Valid passport.
  4. Your Health Insurance Number (If not purchased, you must do so at the Brown Student Services Building, 3600 McTavish, before registration).

Registration for Short Courses, Seminars and Workshops

Registration for Short Courses, Seminars and Workshops

For registration in the following areas, please see the appropriate academic area in this publication:
 
General Policies and Information
School of Continuing Studies > Areas of Study > Career and Professional Development > Professional Development Courses (CE Units and Other)
School of Continuing Studies > Areas of Study > The McGill Community for Lifelong Learning (MCLL)

Registration by Proxy

Registration by Proxy

If you are unable to register during the scheduled registration periods, you can register by proxy. A Proxy form is available at the School of Continuing Studies or at www.mcgill.ca/conted/studentres/forms. This form must be completed and signed by both you and the proxy-holder. The School will not accept proxy forms sent by fax. The proxy holder must bring the signed form along with all supporting documents, and be prepared to pay the fees in full (see In-Person Registration).

Registering by Mail, Fax or by Web

Registering by Mail, Fax or by Web

If you are registering for courses, workshops or seminars offered by Career and Professional Development or by Faculty Partnerships and Summer Studies, refer to the specific course on the website at www.mcgill.ca/conted/prodep. In some cases, you may be able to register by mail, fax or via web.

Programs, Courses and University Regulations—2011-2012 (last updated Jul. 21, 2011) (disclaimer)