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Registration

Register for the courses you are interested in taking:
Registration Procedure
 
Upon acceptance into a program, an applicant must register for courses by completing a Registration form. Registration must be complete one week before the first day of classes.
 
Information on tuition, compulsory fees and book costs will be available on the UCN website or will be mailed to applicants upon request. A registration package including the course registration form, information on tuition, compulsory fees and book costs will be available to the applicant in July. Some material will be mailed and some will be available on the UCN website.
 
Accepted applicants may register during the periods outlined in the Academic Schedule..To register by mail, complete the course registration form, include payment of fees or proof of sponsorship, and send to Enrolment Services. In-person registration can be completed at Enrolment Services, The Pas and Thompson campuses, or at the regional centres.
 
Note: Regular and late registration periods may vary for courses that have irregular start and end dates. Students must complete their course registration one week prior to attending class.  All tuition and compulsory fees must also be paid in full by the end of the regular registration period to avoid late or reinstatment fees.  Any outstanding balances will prevent registration into the next term.
 

Academic advisors will assist with on-site registration in scheduled communities. All students are encouraged to contact an academic advisor at either The Pas or Thompson campus prior to registration. 

Admission is required prior to registration. For those wishing to apply for admission and to register for courses at the same time, registration is conditional until all admission requirements have been satisfied.
 
Late Registration
 
Late registration will be accepted until the dates posted in the Academic Schedule.  Registrations received during the late registration period will be subject to a late fee.
 
Registration Revision
 
Any change to the first registration of each term must be submitted on a Registration Revision form. This includes course additions, course cancellations, transfer, credit to audit, audit to credit, voluntary withdrawal and reinstatement. Course additions, cancellations and transfers, and changing from audit to credit are possible until the end of the late registration period.​

 

Course Cancellation

A student may cancel his/her course registration until the end of the late registration period.

Credit to Audit

A student may change from credit to audit until the last date for Voluntary Withdrawal without academic penalty.  No fee or refund is assessed.

Audit to Credit

A student may change from audit to credit until the end of hte late registration period.  The credit tuition rate will be assessed.

Course Overload

A student who is in good academic standing may request permission from his/her dean to register in more than the prescribed credit hours for the program.  Written permission of the dean is required at the time of registraion.

Course Prerequisites

Some courses require a prerequisite course, that is, a course that must be completed prior to registration in a specified course(s).  Prerequisites are noted in the course description section of the academic calendar.  In all cases, students wishing to register in a course without the stated prerequisite must get approval from the dean.  The dean must submit the approved Prerequisite Waiver form to Enrolment Services.  Students enrolled in courses offered through university partners normally are required to seek permission from the instructor.  Academic Advisors will facilitate the prerequisite waiver process.

Course Co-requisites

Some courses require a corequisite course, that is, a course that must be taken at the same time as or prior to, anorther course.  in all cases, students wishing to register in a course without the stated corequisite must get approval from the dean.  The dean must submit a Prerequisite Waiver form to Enrolment Services.

Audit

Students may be allowed to audit a course, space permitting. Assignments and examinations are not required.  No credit will be given for audited courses.  Students auditing courses offered through university partners must obtain written permission of the faculty.  This must be submitted to Inter-Universities Services immediately after the first class.

Holds

A student on hold may not be eligible to register.  Holds may be financial or academic.  Students on hold are advised to contact the relevant division for assistance.  Holds are honoured across institutions.  Students on hold may not be permitted to register at any university in Manitoba.

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