Graduate Student Registration for Fall and Fall/Winter courses opens on July 3. As registration draws near, make sure to check the time-ticket schedule and take advantage of the registration timetable planning tool so you’re ready to register when your time-ticket opens.
You can check formal registration dates and the timetable on the Registrar’s Office website.
For a list of courses, please click here to view the graduate calendar.
Don’t forget to monitor your student account throughout the summer to ensure you don’t have any financial holds. Registration holds will prevent access to course registration.
New graduate students, we are holding an Orientation for you on the afternoon of Sept. 4. Your department may hold its own Orientation for you during the morning. the International Student Services Office is also hosting several Orientation sessions – you can choose which one you will attend. Please check our Orientation page for more details.
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