An email will be sent to new students from the Campus Registrar in the summer, which will provide them with their central login and password information, along with their Guelph-assigned email account (Gryphmail).

There will be a list of Fall 2021 courses on the Course Registration section, once Course Registration opens this summer, that students will need to register in to based on the program that they have accepted. Students will be notified when course registration will be opening for F21 when possible. 

Yes, students can register into any number of courses, in any given semester.

  • Registering for 4 or more courses is considered full-time status.
  • Registering into 3 or less courses is considered part-time status.

Notes:

Future course prerequisite requirements should be considered when registering into current course offerings. Contact the campus Program Counsellor at rcpc@uoguelph.ca or Registrar for more information

Your OSAP funding eligibility may be affected depending on how many courses you choose to register into. Please contact rcosap@uoguelph.ca if you have any questions.

Your enrollment into the student health and dental plans may be impacted as well if you choose to study at a part-time status in the fall semester. Please contact amcmaho@uoguelph.ca if you have any questions. 

Yes, in all our associate diploma programs, students studying full-time will be registered into their 6 required courses. In semester 1 there are no electives.

Your timetable will be formalized closer to the start date of classes, and you will receive it from your Academic Program Co-ordinator before or on the start of the semester.

Students enrolled into the Veterinary Office Administration (CVOA) program are NOT required to enroll into their courses via WebAdvisor. This is completed by their Academic Program Co-ordinator and the schedule will be provided at the start of the semester.

Your timetable will be formalized closer to the start date of classes, and you will receive it from your Academic Program Co-ordinator before or on the start of the semester.