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Application and registration information

Discover the programs and courses that are right for you as well as application and course information. Find and follow your study path.

Important dates and deadlines

Summer 2024

May 20, 2024 Victoria Day, UM closed
June 13, 2024 Graduation date for students graduating in Spring
July 1, 2024 Canada Day, UM closed
July 9, 2024 Math Skills registration opens
July 25, 2024 Deadline to apply online to declare graduation for October 2024
Aug. 5, 2024 Terry Fox Day, UM closed

Fall 2024

Sept. 2, 2024 Labour Day, UM closed
Sept. 9, 2024 First day for most courses – Fall Term
Sept. 17, 2024 Deadline to apply online to graduate for February 2025
Sept. 30, 2024 National Truth and Reconciliation Day, UM closed
Oct. 14, 2024 Thanksgiving Day, UM closed
Nov. 11, 2024 Remembrance Day, UM closed
Dec. 21, 2024- Jan. 1, 2025 Holiday Break, UM closed

Winter 2025

Jan. 13, 2025 First day for most courses – Winter Term
Jan. 17, 2025 Deadline to apply online to declare graduation for June 2025
Feb. 17, 2025 Louis Riel Day, UM closed

Accessing your courses

  • Claiming your UMNet ID

    Your UMNet ID will allow you to access your UM Learn and UM email accounts, Wi-Fi on campus and give you the ability to use University of Manitoba electronic library resources.

    It is important for new students to claim their UMNet ID as soon as possible, as the university will only correspond with you through your email account.

    Use signUM to claim your UMNet ID. Follow the onscreen instructions to create a new account (be sure to enter your date of birth in the format requested).

    Claim your UMNet ID now

  • Find your textbooks

    Once you have registered for your course(s), you may require textbooks. If you have any questions about textbooks, contact your program coordinator.

    Find textbooks for current courses

Apply to graduate from Extended Education

You may graduate from Extended Education in Spring, Fall, and Winter of each year.

How to apply to graduate through Aurora

This does not apply to students in our intensive program packages. 

  1. Log in to Aurora.
  2. Select Enrolment and Academic Records. 
  3. Select Declarations. 
  4. Follow the instructions. 

If your desired graduation term is not listed on your Aurora account or you have missed the deadline, contact your program coordinator as soon as possible.

Access your grades and address any concerns

Viewing grades

Assignment Grades
All grades, with exception of the grades for the final assessment will be posted on UM Learn.

Final Grades
Final grades for all non-degree courses (where start dates began after March 31, 2014) can be found by visiting Aurora and logging in with your UMNet ID and your password.

Forgot your password?

If you have forgotten your User ID or your password has been disabled and needs to be reset, please contact Student Services.

If you have already claimed your UMNet ID, you may also reset your password through SignUM by logging in and then following the on-screen instructions.

Hold on your account

A “Hold Status” may limit access to your student record and will prevent registration and graduation. Contact Student Services to direct you to the appropriate area.

Consent to release student information

The University of Manitoba has information on file that is available only to you as a student. The University is committed to protecting the privacy of your academic record. Personal information collected is kept confidential. You can consent to release your academic information to a third party.

Consent to release student info form (PDF)

Student ID

Student ID cards are available at the front desk of Extended Education Student Services located at 185 Extended Education Complex or in the Registrar’s Office located on the Fourth Floor of University Centre.

There is a $24.25 fee for a replacement Student ID card. Fee subject to change.

Bring your government-issued photo ID, and your old ID card (for replacement cards only).

Learn more about Student ID.


All University of Manitoba students are given a personal library account and have access to University of Manitoba library collections. Learn more about UM Libraries.

Get your tax receipts

Tax receipts for all degree courses and non-degree courses (where start dates began after March 31, 2014) can be found on Aurora under the Enrolment and Academic Records tab. Select “Canadian Tax Forms” and you will be able to view your tax receipts.

Student Services

Meet with your Program Coordinator

Students may meet with a Program Coordinator. Contact us to make an appointment.

Topics to discuss with your Program Coordinator:

  • Difficulty submitting an assignment in UMLearn
  • Requesting time off for medical, compassionate or personal reasons
  • Graduation
  • Retaking a course
  • Missing or deferring an exam
  • Filing a grade appeal
  • Course extensions
  • Academic misconduct allegations

To learn more about these topics and others, please review our policies and procedures.
Policies and procedures for domestic students

Request more information

If you have questions about this or any programs and courses we offer, please use this form to let us know.

Contact us

Extended Education
185 Extended Education Complex
University of Manitoba (Fort Garry campus)
Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2 Canada

Toll free: 1-888-216-7011