Registration Guides and Timetables

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Course registration takes careful planning to ensure you get the class schedule that best works for you.

To get started, select your student group from the links below.

More information and resources

Hopefully, all the information you needed was above, but just in case, here are a few more things that may help you along the way.

audit (o-dit) v. to attend a course without working for or expecting to receive formal credit. (Merriam-Webster Online, 2003)

Students admitted to the university may audit a course provided that space is available. After the first day of classes, students wishing to audit a course must have their request authorized by the course instructor on an Add/Withdrawal form. Completed forms must be submitted to the Office of the Registrar (Third floor of the Schmon Tower). After a student has registered as an auditor in a course, information on the applicable fees and payment information will be available on the Student Self Serve menu of the Student Portal at If you do not have a student account (e.g. you have never attended Brock University), your Statement of Account will be mailed to your address with payment information.

Course Audit Fee

The charge for auditing a course is 50 percent of the normal course fee or the withdrawal charge at the time of the change to audit status, whichever is greater.

Changes to credit status

A request to change from audit to degree credit status must be received by the Office of the Registrar no later than the last day to add a course (of that duration) in the term. Students must satisfy all academic and prerequisite requirements.

A request to change from degree credit to audit status must be submitted to the Office of the Registrar no later than the last day to withdraw from a course (of that duration) without academic penalty for that course duration. Please consult the information on Course Withdrawals.

At some point, you’re going to want to make your way to campus. Once you’re here, you’ll want to know how to get around. We’ve got you covered.