Important Dates

To ensure a smooth registration process and successful academic year, knowing the key dates related to your registration and what they mean is critical.

Did you know you can find all academic dates in the Academic Calendar? Be sure to always refer to the Academic Calendar for any important dates that may impact your enrolment as a student!

There are two critical dates for you to be aware of with respect to registration. The following outlines those dates and provides a brief explanation as to the importance of those dates:

1) Final Date to Register (Add)
This is the last/final date to register for a course in a particular term. If you haven't registered by that date, you will not be able to complete your registration in a course until a future term when registration opens again. This could have a negative impact on your progression in your program. It could also affect your course load which could have an impact on any scholarships, as well as loans such as OSAP. 

2) Final Date to Withdrawal (Drop)
This is the last/final date to drop (or "deregister) from a course in a particular term. If you are considering dropping a course, you will no longer be able to do so after this date has passed. You may consider dropping a course for many reasons, such as your interest in the course, changes in your work schedule, personal commitments, or even your performance in the course by that date. It is imperative that you drop by this deadline otherwise this course and your associated grade will appear on your academic record and transcript. 

The following outlines a few of the critical dates for you to be aware of for the upcoming 2017/18 academic year, including the "Final Date to Register/Add" and the "Final Date to Withdrawal/Drop" by each Term:

(Note: The dates may vary for Education Professional Year, Professional Development in Education, and the Northern Ontario School of Medicine - refer here)

Fall 2017 Term Courses

Final Date to Register (Add)Monday September 18, 2017
Final Date for Withdrawal (Drop)Friday November 3, 2017

Fall/Winter (Year Long) 2017/2018 Term Courses 

Final Date to Register (Add)Monday September 18, 2017
Final Date for Withdrawal (Drop)Friday February 2, 2018

Winter 2018 Term Courses

Final Date to Register (Add)Friday January 19, 2018
Final Date for Withdrawal (Drop)Friday March 9, 2018

Spring 2018 First Term Courses (3 weeks)

Final Date to Register (add)Thursday May 3, 2018
Final Date for Withdrawal (Drop)Thursday May 10, 2018

Spring 2018 Full Term Courses (6 weeks)

Final Date to Register (add)Thursday, May 3, 2018
Final Date for Withdrawal (Drop)Monday, May 28, 2018

Spring 2018 Second Term Courses (3 weeks)

Final Date to Register (add)Wednesday, May 30, 2018
Final Date for Withdrawal (Drop)Friday, June 1, 2018

Spring/Summer 2018 Full Term Courses (12 weeks)

Final Date to Register (add)Thursday, May 3, 2018
Final Date for Withdrawal (Drop)Friday, June 8, 2018

Summer 2018 First Term Courses (3 weeks)

Final Date to Register (add)Thursday, July 5, 2018
Final Date for Withdrawal (Drop)Friday, July 13, 2018

Summer 2018 Full Term Courses (6 weeks)

Final Date to Register (add)Thursday, July 5, 2018
Final Date for Withdrawal (Drop)Monday, July 30, 2018

Summer 2018 Second Term Courses (3 weeks)

Final Date to Register (add)Friday, July 27, 2018
Final Date for Withdrawal (Drop)Tuesday, August 7, 2018

Other Important Dates Related to Registration

At times, extenuating circumstances beyond your control may factor into your ability to withdraw by the deadlines. A Late Withdrawal is defined as dropping a course after the official drop deadlines. 

Students may petition for late withdrawal on the grounds of illness or other compelling and documentable reasons for having been unable to withdraw from the course by its drop deadline. See University Regulation X (c). Please note the deadline to request a Petition for Late Withdrawal is within two months after the release of the final grade for a course. 

To Request a Petition for Late Withdrawal, access the request form in MyInfo and follow the steps.