Office of the Registrar

The Office of the Registrar is committed to supporting students, faculty, and staff. Our goal is to foster and support the student educational experience, from initial recruitment through graduation, by actively listening, adopting innovations, and partnering with University stakeholders, in an effort to enhance, nurture and facilitate student success.

It is time for Spring/Summer 2021 registration. To support you through this process we have developed and curated resources that clarify timelines, define course delivery terminology, and explain the new and unique features of the 2021/22 timetable. The Registration system opened March 3rd, 2021.

Registration dates for Fall/Winter 2021/22 coming soon!

Tuition can be paid quickly and easily with an electronic bank payment. For more information visit https://brocku.ca/safa/tuition-and-fees/making-a-payment/

Check back here often as we continue to update you with information regarding the upcoming academic year. Surgite!

How do I register?

When do I register?

It’s not too late to register for your Spring/Summer courses!

Registration for Spring/Summer 2021 opened March 3, 2021.

If you have a questions about course registration, please contact Records at records@brocku.ca.

Keep track of all registration and other important dates in one spot

What is different about course registration for 2021?

Almost all courses will be offered online for Spring/Summer 2021. In-person classes will be held for some Graduate level courses and some labs.

Courses that are typically offered online are demarcated as “online” in the timetable.

Visit our Frequently Asked Questions page to learn more about all the terms used in the timetable.

Online courses will either be synchronous or asynchronous and this will be indicated under the room location as either SYNC or ASYNC.

SYNCHRONOUS (SYNC)

These courses will have a set time when students are expected to “attend”.

ASYNCHRONOUS (ASYNC)

These courses do not require that you attend at a specific time, but will still have deadlines that you will need to adhere to.

What is a Course Conflict?

It is not considered a course conflict if the two courses you are reviewing in your schedule are both ASYNC or if one course is SYNC and the other is ASYNC. You only need to address conflicts if both courses you are reviewing are SYNC.

Please note

Brock continues to work closely with public health officials and further details about the Fall 2021 term will be communicated at a future date.

When do classes start?

Find all important date information for all sessions and programs here.

What are the technical requirements for participating in online courses?

Find answers to your technical questions on the Information Technology Services website.

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