Please register in your classes as soon as you are able to, in order to build your optimal schedule: we are unable to overload full classes. Additionally, do enroll in all of your EDUC courses for the upcoming year: both Fall and Winter enrollment is available during the same registration appointment!
Plan to be available from 8.00am to 5.00pm, Monday to Friday! We do have some flexibility in our course offerings, but cannot guarantee that we can accommodate timetabling preferences. Additionally, some 'empty spaces' have been built to allow for group work, professional development, field trips, and other events.
Please Note: It is not possible to take Community-Based sections as an On-Campus student, regardless of seat availability. Exceptions are not made for any work, volunteer, or other scheduling conflicts, due to the high volume of requests received. Per above, plan to be available on-campus 8.00am to 5.00pm, and review our Summer course offerings, selected online options, and Field Experience dates in the tabs, below!
You should also take advantage of Schedule Builder to help plan your weekly timetable. Shopping cart validation is also available - check out the Registrar's site on how to check your shopping cart for potential errors.
Note I: Not enrolling in all of your courses - especially your Field Experience classes - may result in issues securing you a partner school placement in terms of both suitability and timeliness. The Field Form and our Field Team's communications operate on the basis of your registration.
Note II: Fees holds will prevent you from registering in your courses, and critically, will also prevent our Field Team from swapping you into the appropriate Field Experience course section once assigned. If you are not properly enrolled in the right section, your Field Instructor cannot assign your grade. Please ensure to clear up all fees holds as soon as is possible.
Scroll down for more information on registration dates, flagged enrolment issues, as well as your specific Guide, based on whether you are taking your 400 or 500-level courses.