Look up your degree checklist to see what courses you need for your specialization/major/minor. The year you declared your specialization/major/minor is the years of the degree checklist you need.
Look up the breadth requirements. Do you have courses from categories A, B and C? Do you have your essay requirements?
Other resources for course information are the Academic Calendar and Western’s First Year calendar.
Use the online Fall/Winter 2016-17 Academic Timetable to determine the time and location of your desired courses. Note: If a course is listed in the Academic Calendar but is not listed in the Academic Timetable, it is not being offered this year.
Make sure no classes overlap and that you have the pre-requisites and are eligible for your desired courses. Remember, all full-time Huron students must take a minimum of 3.0 courses at Huron.
New for 2016 is the Draft My Schedule tool. You can sue this tool to drag and drop course into a schedule. You need an active UWO account to log in. See step 3 for information on how to activate your account.
First year students must attend a Transition Session to have their course selections signed off by an Academic Advisor. Out of Province or live overseas? Go to the Transition Session web page for your next steps.
Step 3: Activate your Student Account
You can activate your student account here. If your account is not active, you cannot register for courses. If you have lost your Access Code (mailed to you in your acceptance package) you can retrieve it through Student Centre, by clicking "Don't know your Access Code? Click here for Access Code Retrieval". If you need help, contact the ITS Help Desk at 519 661-3800.
Step 4: Find out what date you can go online and register for courses
(For upper year students). Log in to your Student Centre to find your earliest web registration date.
Course selection dates are grouped by year:
Year 4 - June 21 - 24
Year 3 - July 4 - 7
Year 2 - July 12 - 15
Year 1 students are not competing for the same courses as senior students; therefore they may select courses at any time during the enrollment period after they have received academic advising during a Transition Session. The enrollment period for first-year students begins on June 11.
Your registration does not end on the last day of your web registration date. You have until August 22 to register for courses. For any courses that have special priorities for group of students, these priorities are lifted after July 21. If you fail to register for courses by August 22, don’t worry, extended web registration begins August 23 and runs until classes begin.
Step 5: Register for classes
Access the Student Centre and log in using your Western email user name and password. Under the "Enrollment" heading, click the "Add a Class" link and follow the instructions to add your classes.
For help with web registration, read the Step by Step Guide to registration
For help with Student Centre, read the Student Centre Access Guide
Everything you need to know about course enrollment is on this page - http://registrar.uwo.ca/course_enrollment/index.html
Western Registration Help Line: 519.661.2100
The Registrar's office is located in the West Wing.