registration News Archive
March 21, 2022 —
It’s almost time to register for Summer Term! Find out everything you need to know about course registration, academic holds, the revision period, waitlists and tuition fee deadlines.
September 14, 2021 —
The registration revision period is the first two weeks of classes in the Fall and Winter Terms. During this period, changes can still be made to your course registrations without any academic or financial penalties.
July 26, 2021 —
The Registrar's Office new Steps to Registration page is designed to help you navigate the hectic task of registration, whether you are entirely new to the University of Manitoba or are nearing the end of your degree.
June 30, 2021 —
At the beginning of May, the 2021-22 Academic Calendar was released on a new platform, providing students, staff and faculty with a new and improved digital experience. As the final, comprehensive version of the calendar launches June 30, here’s a look at what people are saying about it.
June 23, 2021 —
As a new UM student, there’s lots to do to prepare for your first year of studies! Here are answers to the questions that are most frequently asked at the First Year Centre.
May 3, 2021 —
Take advantage of the Registration Revision Period to add and remove courses as you need to, so that you can create a timetable that suits your needs.
April 26, 2021 —
On Monday, May 3, 2021, get your first look at what courses you can take to work towards your degree as UM launches the preliminary version of the 2021-22 Academic Calendar in a new, improved format.
November 18, 2020 —
Winter Term will be delivered primarily remotely, with a small number of in-person classes
October 27, 2020 —
Due to scheduled maintenance on Aurora, the Winter Term schedule and the registration functions won’t be available from November 2 through to November 17. Registration will reopen November 18 at 9 am CDT. Using Aurora is something that many of us use on a regular basis. During the maintenance period, you will still be able to use some functions in Aurora.