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Registration

Proof of Enrolment

IMPORTANT DATES

For a list of academic dates, please click here.

Returning Students

June 1, 2021 registration commences at 8:00 AM for Agriculture & Environmental Science students (all undergrauate degrees and programs) entering U3 only on Minerva .

June 2, 2021 registration commences at 8:00 AM for Agriculture & Environmental Science students (all undergrauate degrees and programs) entering U2 only on Minvera .

June 3, 2021 registration commences at 8:00 AM for Agriculture & Environmental Science students (all undergrauate degrees and programs) entering U1 only on Minerva .

IMPORTANT: Returning students who fail to register in at least one course by August 14, 2021 may continue to register after this date and until the end of the registration period, but with late registration penalties.

 

Newly Amitted Students Entering in September 2021

June 4, 2021 registration commences at 9:00 AM on Minerva for newly admitted students who have been admitted from Quebec CEGEPs (scholarship recipients only).

June 7, 2021 registration commences at 9:00 AM on Minerva for all newly admitted students who have been admitted from Quebec CEGEPs.

June 11, 2021 registration commences at 9:00 AM on Minerva for newly admitted Freshman and U1 (advanced standing and transfer) students to Macdonald Campus. (scholarship recipients only).

June 14, 2021 registration commences at 9:00 AM on Minerva for newly admitted students admitted on the basis of Advanced Levels or CAPE, the French Baccalaureate, International Baccalaureate, at least one year of university, or other academic qualifications that provide for advanced standing credit, and who have a classification of year 1 (U1*).  

June 16, 2021 registration commences at 9:00 AM on Minerva for all new Macdonald Campus freshman students who have a classification of year 0 (U0*).

* You can verify your classification year for registration purposes on Minerva: Registration Menu> Step 1: Check your Registration Eligibility and Verify Your Curriculum.

Registration opens for the full academic year (both the Fall and Winter terms) and you should be registering in both terms at once. Once the add/drop period ends in September for the Fall term you can continue registering in winter courses until the end of add/drop in Winter (January 18, 2022).

IMPORTANT: New students have until August 14, 2021 to register for at least one course in order to avoid late registration penalties.

 

Late registration and course change period for all returning and newly-admitted students in all faculties... August 15, 2021 to September 14, 2021.

If you fail to register during the normal registration period, you can register within the period designated by the University for late registration. You will be assessed a late registration fee. Late registration and course change charges.

Special Late Registration: If you cannot register online during the late registration period, usually due to late admission, you may receive special permission to register in person. This information is included with your letter of acceptance.

 

Newly Admitted Students Entering in January 2022

 

December 2, 2021 registration commences at 9:00 AM on Minerva for all new students admitted in winter 2022.

December 2, 2021 to January 5, 2022 registration period for new students to register without a late registration fee.

January 6, 2022 to January 18, 2022 late registration period with penalty for new students admitted in winter 2022.

Students with full-time status normally register for 15 credits per term. In order to maintain this status a minimum of 12 credits per term is required.

Freshman students may take a maximum of 8 credits outside the Faculty offerings to meet the requirements of the Freshman Program. Permission to exceed this limit must be received from the Associate Dean, Student Affairs prior to registration.

Students within the B.Sc. (Ag.Env.Sc.) must take a minimum of 2/3 of their course credits within the Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.

 

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