Now that you have submitted your registration online, it's a good idea to take a final look at your course registration and print out your class schedule.

To view your schedule, select the Student tab when logged into myInfo.  Under the Timetables & Exams heading select the link My Class Schedule, then which term you would like to review.  Note:  full year courses will appear on both the fall term schedule as well as the winter term schedule.  To print a copy of your class schedule, hold down the Control key and the letter P at the same time.

When reviewing your class schedule, make sure that you do not have any course conflicts.  If you have created a conflict you will need to reschedule your courses.  You can do this online or visit Enrolment Services for assistance.

Have you changed your mind about a course you're registered for?  Not a problem!  As long as you are within the add and drop deadlines as published in the Important Dates section of the Academic Calendar, you can make changes to your courses through the online registration system.

  • Adding a Course:  Follow the same instructions as listed on the Register page.
  • Dropping a Course:  In myInfo go to the Student tab.  Select Drop Courses under the Registration heading.  A list of courses you are currently registered for will be displayed.  Simply check the box beside the course you want to drop and Submit.  A message will be displayed on the Registration Results page informing you if the drop was successful.  You will also receive a registration confirmation email to your Lakehead University email account.

Another resource that can be used to help guide you through your program requirements successfully is the online Degree Audit.  You can find this resource in myInfo under the Academic Profile heading.  The online degree audit takes all of your completed courses as well as all of your in progress and pre-registered courses, and fits them into an audit of your program requirements.  When you run your degree audit, you can quickly view which courses you still need to take to fulfill your program requirements.  The audit also calculates your major average and takes a total count of your first year courses.  The degree audit is a guide only, so if you need help with reading or interpreting your degree audit contact Enrolment Services for assistance.