The Registration Revision Period is the first two weeks of classes in the Fall and Winter Terms when changes can still be made to your course registrations without an academic or financial penalty. See Important Dates for details.
The following tips will help you make the most of this opportunity:
Attend all classes for which you are registered to gain in-class experience and get a sense of your schedule, the course material and the teaching style of the course.
Obtain the course outline or class syllabus for each class and coordinate all timelines and deadlines for readings, assignments and tests.
If you feel that an adjustment to your registration is necessary, then begin searching for alternate course options that are still available and if possible make a change to drop courses and add new ones as space permits.
Be cautious of adding a new course too late in the Registration Revision Period. If you add a class on the last day of the Revision Period, you may have missed up to 6 lectures and you might find that a first assignment is due within only a few days of joining the class. If you don’t get space in a course within the first few days of the Revision period, late registration may not be a good idea.
Speak with an academic advisor if you are uncertain about what course options may be beneficial to your degree plans before you make changes.
Once the Revision Period is over, you are no longer able to add new classes, or to switch the day/time for lectures and labs. You are permitted to Voluntarily Withdraw from a class after the Revision Period, but you will not receive a tuition refund.
Not attending class or not paying your tuition fees DOES NOT cancel your registration. If you decide you no longer want to be registered in a course, you must take action to drop the course before the end of the Registration Revision Period to receive a tuition fee refund.