Registration is the process of choosing and enrolling in courses as well as dropping courses or making other changes. It all starts with you knowing your registration date and time. There are two terms where you will be given a specific date and time for registration.
Additional or differing dates exist for: Agriculture Diploma, Dental Hygiene, Dentistry (includes IDDP), Education (B.Ed. only), Law, Medicine (excludes Family Social Sciences), Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Pharmacy, Physical Therapy, Respiratory Therapy, and Social Work. Students in these programs should speak with their faculty, college or school regarding any important dates and deadlines.
Fall Term important dates
Last date to drop without penalty - Fall Term
Last date to drop without penalty - Fall/Winter term classes Part A
Last date to add (Register for courses) - Fall Term classes
Last date to add (Register for courses) - Fall/Winter Term classes
Voluntary Withdrawal (VW) deadline - Fall/Winter classes
Winter/Summer Term spanning course registration opens
Limited access for Winter Registration expires
Winter Term important dates
Fall/Winter Term spanned classes Voluntary Withdrawal (VW) deadline with a refund for the Winter Term portion
Course drop date: The last date to drop a course with a refund for Winter Term and Winter/Summer Term spanning courses
Course add date: Last date to add course in revision period for Winter Term and Winter/Summer Term spanning courses
Winter Term Voluntary Withdrawal (VW) deadline
To be announced:
Summer Term Registration: Access times available in Aurora
Start of Summer Term Registration
Limited access term expiry date for Summer Term courses
Steps to register for UM classes
Your Aurora account will help you learn about the specific requirements of the program you've chosen. You'll create a timetable for your classes and register. A quick check in Aurora will tell you how much you owe and how to pay your tuition fees. At tax time, it will provide your tax receipt. Let Aurora take the worry out of registration.
UM policies you may need to review
Defer your admission
If you have been admitted to University 1, Science, or General Studies (Extended Education) you may defer your admission for one term. For example, if you were admitted for the fall term, your admission could be deferred to the winter term. If you do not register for courses the next term, you will need to re-apply.
Some professional programs do permit deferral of admission for one year. This is done on a case-by-case basis and is different for each program. Please contact your admissions officer if you wish to explore the possibility of this option.
Contact the Registrar's Office
400 UMSU University Centre
University of Manitoba (Fort Garry campus)
Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2