The 2020/21 Regular session will be largely online. You must also register online.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, for Fall/Winter 2020-21 the vast majority of classes and labs will be offered entirely online. Given the current campus restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic, all registrations must currently be done online.
- The vast majority of classes and labs will be offered entirely online and will continue to meet in their scheduled slot, at specific days and times
- A smaller number of classes and labs will be offered online, but without regularly scheduled meeting times.
- A very small number of classes and labs (including some studios and practicums) will require at least some in-person work, and you will need to attend campus for them. Instructors will provide details directly to registered students.
All course information has been updated in the 2020-2021 Regular Session Registration Guide. If you haven’t already, you should register for your classes as early as possible so that you can get the most up-to-date information directly from your instructor as soon as it is known.
Any attendance on campus will be guided by the most current public health requirements and recommendations. We are also making significant adjustments to the campus, including signage, personal protective equipment, clear plastic barriers, and sanitization, to ensure everyone’s health and safety.
Current Registration Guides
Registration for the 2020/21 Regular Session is now open for all students. However, given current campus restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic, all registrations must currently be done online.
If you are unable to access the system or need assistance, please email Financial & Registration Services at FinReg@BrandonU.ca or call either 204-727-9724 or 204-727-7313.
All forms should be completed electronically, scanned/photographed, and sent to FinReg@BrandonU.ca from your BU email address.
Please consult the current Undergraduate and Graduate Calendars for complete information regarding admission, course descriptions and prerequisites, academic regulations and degree requirements.