IMPORTANT DATES

  • Friday, May 3
    Deadline for 2013 summer semester fee payment without a late fee.

  • Monday, May 13
    2013 summer durations 1, 2, 3 begin
       

        

Registration

Summer Courses
Dates & Deadlines
Registration Summer
Fees / Refunds
Summer Admission

All registration for credit courses offered at the Ontario College of Art & Design must be done on-line through the ‘Register On-line' link on the College homepage at www.ocad.ca.

Students must be formally admitted to the College before they can register for credit courses. Summer admission is restricted to non-program students, either pre-diploma or post-diploma (see Summer Admission page). All admitted students (new and returning) have been issued a student number with which they can access the registration system.

The summer session is a part-time session, with a maximum course load of 2.5 credits per student.

SUMMER REGISTRATION DEADLINES

Registration for the summer 2004 session begins at 9:00 am on Tuesday April 13 and continues until 4:00 pm of the Friday preceding the start date of each course. Students are encouraged to register early as courses with insufficient enrolment may be cancelled the Wednesday before classes begin. If a course is cancelled, students may be notified by telephone and/or by email. It is not always possible to contact students before the start date of the classes.

Registration Deadlines Are As Follows:
Durations 1, 2 and 3: 4:00 pm , Friday, May 14
Duration 4: 4:00 pm , Friday, June 4
Duration 5: 4:00 pm , Friday, June 25

ON-LINE REGISTRATION HOURS OF OPERATION

Beginning at 9:00 am on Tuesday April 13, registration for the 2004 Summer Session is available 24 hours a day, except:
Wednesday 8:00 pm to Thursday 9:00 am CLOSED
Thursday 8:00 pm to Friday 9:00 am CLOSED

The registration system will be operational for withdrawals and course changes within the specified time limits for each duration (refer to Registration Dates & Deadlines).

Note: Any other expected down times will be announced on the registration web page.

HOW TO REGISTER

All the information you need is on this web site. Read over the sections on Admission, Fee Payment and Registration and familiarize yourself with the information.

Once you have chosen the course or courses you wish to take from the course descriptions, check that you have the required prerequisites and note any restrictions associated with a particular course or area of study.

Non-program (pre- or post-diploma) students have limited access to credit courses and normally require special approval to register. Non-program students who meet the prerequisite requirements may have access to: DRPT2B01, DRPT2B13, DRPT2B19, DRPT2B41, DRPT2C03, DRPT3B01, DRPT3B10, ILLU2B07, MAAD2B08, MAAD2B14, MAAD2B19.

International students must present a valid study permit to Registrarial & Student Services before registering.

Students with outstanding accounts at the College, including but not limited to tuition, library loans or fines, emergency student loans and materials fees may not register unless their account has been settled.

HOW TO ACCESS THE STUDENT INFORMATION SYSTEM

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HOW TO REGISTER

The first time you register for an academic session the Declaration Form will appear. You will be required to complete this form only once for each session. The on-line declaration is equivalent to your signature on a registration form and allows you to verify that your recorded program and immigration status are correct. Click on the pulldown menu to select the applicable Program/Session (e.g. Undergraduate: Summer). Confirm your program status and immigration status by clicking in the appropriate circles and click ‘Submit'.

Note: If your immigration status has changed, you must bring the official documentation (your record of landing or your citizenship card) to the Information Desk in Registrarial & Student Services for verification. Students who do not provide documentation confirming their citizenship will be subject to international tuition fees.

Once you have submitted your Declaration, the Computer Account Agreement pages will open. Note your personal computer account ID and student email address, and read the Acceptable Computer Use policy.

Indicate that you have read and understood the policy by entering your PIN in the appropriate box and click on ‘Submit Agreement'. You will then be transferred to the Registration page.

Select the applicable Program/Session from the pulldown menu.

Enter the course name and number you wish to register (e.g. VISC1B06) in the designated box and click on the ‘Show Available' button.

Click on the course section you wish to add from the Available Primary Offerings list and then click on the ‘Add Course' button on the left bar.

The section you select must be highlighted before you click on the ‘Add Course' button. Note that even if the course only has one section available, you must click on it before clicking on the ‘Add Course' button.

If the course requires registration in a corresponding tutorial or lab, you must also choose (click on) a section in the Available Secondary Offerings list before clicking on the ‘Add Course' button on the left bar.

Read ANY messages which appear - they contain important information concerning your registration selection.

Note: If a course is full, the following message will appear:

“There are no open sections available under this course name and number. Check the course schedule for possible alternatives.”

Review your successful registration as it appears in the List of Registered Courses box. If no courses appear under this heading, your registration was not successful.

Click on the ‘Exit System' button to end your registration session.

COURSE TIMES AND LOCATIONS

Students may confirm their registration by viewing their course schedules, including room numbers, by clicking on 'Register On-line' at the top of the home page. Log on to the Information System and select 'Course Times and Locations' from the Student Access Menu. Students can print their schedules to their local printer be pressing Ctrl+P and selecting the landscape print option.

DEREGISTRATION

The College may deregister you from your course(s) for the following reasons:

Not having the proper prerequisites as noted in the Calendar.

Not making the initial fee payment by the deadlines.

Not providing required documentation.

WITHDRAWALS /CHANGES

If you change your mind about the course you have registered for and you want to drop it or switch into another course, check the Registration Deadlines for adding courses, and Course Withdrawals / Refunds (under 2004 Summer Fees) for dropping courses. The registration system will only be operational for withdrawals and course changes within specified time limits for each duration.

OVERRIDES

Students may request an override when they do not meet the registration requirement of the course (for example, "must be a photography student" or "have 9.0 credits”). They may also request an override to gain access to a course if the course is full. The Dean of the Faculty offering the course will decide whether or not to grant the override in these situations.

An override is not registration. Once the Faculty office has entered the override on the computer the student must register via the web following normal registration procedures. Overrides do not prevent deregistration.

Overrides are issued by the Faculty office offering the course. Students who require an override to register should contact the appropriate Faculty office during regular office hours at least three business days before registration closes.

Overrides Are Not Necessary When:

The course has no restrictions, or the student meets the restriction and the course is not full.

STUDENT ID CARD

New students or students who do not have a current Ontario College of Art & Design student identification card may obtain a valid card from the Plant Services office. Proof of fee payment is required.

STUDIO ACCESS

All students currently registered at the College have access to the building and designated studios during regular College hours. Access to specialized studios and workshops will be available only at scheduled times.

REGISTRARIAL & STUDENT SERVICES

The Registrarial & Student Services office provides a network of resources to support students in their academic endeavors and personal development. These include academic advising, services for students with disabilities, information about registration and information on academic policies and procedures. To contact Registrarial & Student Services, call 416-977-6000, ext 235, 286 or 329, or email regservices@ocad.ca.

REGULAR OFFICE HOURS

Monday to Friday, 8:30 am - 4:30 pm

EXTENDED OFFICE HOURS

May 17 and 18, 8:30 am to 7:00 pm
June 28 and 29, 8:30 am to 7:00 pm

Note: Registrarial & Student Services will be closed on Friday, June 11 on the occasion of the 2004 Graduation Ceremonies.

Last Modified:1/24/2012 12:57:10 PM



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