When/How to Register

When to Register

Registration for Returning Students:

Registration begins Monday, April 7, 2014

  • In-person and online registrations will be accepted starting at 8:30 am to 4:30 pm on April 7th.
  • If you mail your registration, it should be post-marked no earlier than April 3rd.
  • Online or faxed registrations will only be accepted starting April 7th.
  • If a registration is received and is post-marked/dated before these dates, it will be returned to the student.

Registration for New Students:

Registration begins Monday, April 28, 2014

New students may be required to complete a mandatory advising session. Contact Student Services at 204-727-9739 or visit the Student Services website for more information.

  • In-person and online registrations will be accepted starting at 8:30 am to 4:30 pm on April 28th.
  • Online or faxed registrations will only be accepted starting April 28th.
  • If you mail your registration, it should be post-marked no earlier than April 24th.
  • If a registration is received and is post-marked/dated before these dates, it will be returned to the student.

How to Register

In Person:

All in-person registration will take place at Financial & Registration Services located on the second floor of Clark Hall. Please bring all three copies of the three-part initial registration form. Forms are available at Financial & Registration Services. If using the online PDF registration form, be sure to keep a photocopy for your records.

Online:

Online registration is available to those students who qualify. See the online registration system for details.

By Mail:

Students registering by mail may submit a completed registration form to Financial & Registration Services. Please retain student copy of form for your records. If you do not have a registration form or unable to print the PDF form, you may submit a registration request that includes your name, student number, address and all course information (dept/course number, section, title, session and term), and signature.

By Email:

Students may email a scanned copy of a completed registration form to finreg@brandonu.ca. If you email in your registration, it is not necessary to submit the original form.

By Fax:

Students may fax in a completed registration form or facsimile to 204.726.4573. If you fax in your registration form, it is not necessary to submit the original form.

Once you are registered in courses, you can access all tuition and student fee information using the online student information system. You are responsible for prompt payment of all fees by applicable deadline. A paper copy of student’s financial statements will not be mailed out.

Filling out an Initial Registration Form

Your registration form must be completed in detail to ensure that it can be processed. In completing the registration form it is imperative that the department, course number, section number, title and term be correctly and clearly stated. Incomplete forms may delay processing of a student’s registration or be returned to the student. Financial & Registration Services will contact you if there is a problem with your registration.

Remember:

  • All students in a Music degree, Graduate Level Education degree, Health Studies/Nursing degree, the Indigenous & Human Health Services (IHHS) degree program, the First Nations & Aboriginal Counselling (FNAC) degree program, or a Graduate Level Rural Development degree must have their registration approved by their Dean/Advisor prior to processing by Financial & Registration Services.
  • BGS and Arts students who wish to register in Health Studies/Nursing, IHHS or FNAC courses will require a signature from a Health Studies/Nursing, IHHS or FNAC advisor.
  • All students registering in Music courses (dept 65 & 67) will require a signature from the School of Music.
  • If you are registering for any Faculty of Science or Physical Education course you must also register in the corresponding laboratory period.
  • If you are taking a topics course, a completed registration form must be submitted to Financial & Registration Services for the course. The written approval received by the Instructor, Department Chair and Dean does not serve as your registration.