Pre-Nursing/Pre-Psychiatric Nursing/Indigenous Health Studies Transition
Please read the information in Steps 1 through 3 so you are familiar with your course registration and advising process.
Course Registration & Advising
1. Course Registration and Advising
Pre-Nursing New Student Advising Session will be on:
- May 2, 4, 7 & 9
If you are unable to attend one of the initial sessions in early May, you can attend a session on:
- May 15, 24, 29,
- June 5, 11,
- July 4, 24,
- August 9, 30.
To register for one of these sessions, please email Tracey Collyer at email@example.com and indicate your preferred date to attend.
Each session will include a presentation about the Pre Nursing Year and an opportunity to meet with Tracey Collyer, your Student Advisor, who will assist you with course selection and registration. There are some courses with limited enrolment therefore it is to your advantage to register early. Parents are welcome to attend the New Student Advising Sessions.
Brandon Campus: This process starts with course registration. As this information can be rather confusing, all new students must meet with a Student Advisor to ensure that they select correct courses. Until meeting with your Student Advisor, you will not be eligible to register for courses. Your opportunities to attend a Pre Psychiatric Nursing advising session will be on:
- May 2, 3, 7, 14, 22, 30
- June 4, 12,
- July 10, 16
- August 13, 28
Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and indicate your preferred date to attend. You will only be required to attend one (1) of the above noted dates. Each day will include a presentation about the Pre- Psychiatric Nursing year and an opportunity to meet with me, your Student Advisor, to help you with course registration. Please note there are some courses with limited enrolment so you will want to attend a registration session as early as possible. Your parents are welcome to attend.
Winnipeg Campus: Orientation/registration sessions are TBA at this time. Please watch for updates!
Indigenous Health Studies Transition:
If you are First Nations, Métis or Inuit, and interested in studying Nursing or Psychiatric Nursing at Brandon University, then the Indigenous Health Studies Transition (IHST) may be for you. To learn more, contact the IHST Coordinator, at Hinch-BournsA@brandonu.ca.
Learn the Online Registration System
2. Learn the Online Registration System
3. Register Online
After your advising meeting register online using the Online Registration System.