Breadcrumb Home Registrar's Office Registrar's Office Documents and records Academic Calendar Registration Tuition and fees Final exams Grades Graduation and convocation Important dates and deadlines Registrar's Office The Registrar’s Office is a key information hub on campus. The Registrar's Office gathers information about enrolment, and academic and financial records. When you register with Aurora, you'll have access to registration material, including the course catalog. Important dates and deadlines May. 18, 2021 May/June and May-August Tuition fee deadline Jun. 14, 2021 Major/Minor declarations open in Aurora Jun. 14, 2021 University 1 students may Transit to the Faculty of Arts or Science in Aurora Jun. 14, 2021 College membership declaration is open in Aurora Jul. 13, 2021 July/ August Tuition fee deadline Jul. 12, 2021 - Sep. 7, 2021 UM Essentials (online orientation) Full list of important dates Are you locked out of Aurora? Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org using your myumanitoba student email. If you cannot access your myumanitoba email, provide a copy of your government-issued photo-ID (e.g. license) to confirm your identity. Please be sure to include your student number in the email. Aurora is a key part of your experience Learn how to use Aurora Find out what features Aurora has available and learn how to navigate processes in Aurora. Class schedule and timetables Use Aurora to build a timetable and check your class schedule and final grades. Check which courses you can transfer Search for UM courses equivalent to ones you'd like to transfer. Look under Transfer Credit Equivalencies in Aurora. Course Catalogue Find the Course Catalogue in Aurora. Choose a term/year in the pull-down menu. All approved courses are there. Order transcripts and other documents Official transcripts are normally required to support applications for admission to academic programs at another institution and sometimes for employment applications. Student Records also keeps proof of graduation and registration RESPs. At tax time, tuition tax receipts are available in Aurora. How do I order documents? Documents can currently be ordered two ways, depending on your student status. The first method is to order the document through your Aurora Account. If you have access to Aurora, and you are needing a document that can be requested through Aurora, you are required to make that request through your Aurora Account. If you do not have access to Aurora (alumni from before 2006), or the document you require is not available to order on Aurora, you can fill out the PDF request form and send it in by email. This will be sent using either your student email or, if you do not have access to your student email account, you will be required to submit a copy of your government-issued photo ID. The Registrar’s Office is currently closed to the public. Requesting a Document on Aurora The following documents are available on Aurora: * Transcripts Enrolment Verification letters Confirmation of Degree Awarded Confirmation of Eligibility to Graduate The following processes are available on Aurora: * Order an ID card Final Grade Appeal Tuition Fee Appeals Preferred name updates Verifying your SIN Update Residency Status Letter of Permission Application Tax forms * - If you are locked out of your Aurora Account, you will need to contact the Registrar's Office to unlock your account prior to ordering documents. Requesting a Document by email We will accept email requests for the following documents: Document Searches Replacement Parchments Certified copies of Degree Stamped copies of Course Descriptions Registration Histories Account Summaries We will accept email requests for the following processes: 3rd Party Consent Parchment Delivery Requests Name and Gender Change Requests Ordering documents by email: * † Fill out a PDF form from one of the menu items below. Email the form to Registrar.Office@umanitoba.ca. Ensure you are emailing from your student email account. If you no longer have access to your student email, we will require a copy of your government-issued photo ID to confirm your identity. Receive an email from the Registrar's Office if there was an issue with your payment. Documents will only be delivered by Standard mail. * - If you do not have access to Aurora (no Aurora Account) and would like a document that is available on Aurora, please email us the completed order form alongside your government-issued photo ID. † - If you require a document that is not available for request on Aurora, we will accept the completed form by email, from your student email. How much does a Document cost? Fee type Fee amount Enrolment verification (per term) $11.75 Enrolment verification - email by next business day (per term) $30.00 Confirmation of eligibility to graduate $11.75 Confirmation of degree awarded (for external requests) $11.75 Certified copy of degree $11.75 Replacement of lost photo ID cards $23.00 Parchment replacement $75.00 Duplicate tax receipts $17.60 Documentation searches $17.60 Transcripts - each official transcript $14.55 Transcripts - email by next business day $30.00 Letter of Permission fee (per application) $75.00 Stamped copy of course descriptions (up to 5 courses) $11.75 Stamped copy of course descriptions (> 5 courses - each) $2.00 Grade appeal (Refunded to a student if the appeal is granted and the grade is raised) $50.00 Supplemental examination fee $85.00 Courier fee — Winnipeg $20.00 Courier fee — Canada $50.00 Courier fee — USA $50.00 Courier fee — Other international $100.00 Registration History No charge Account Summary No charge Ordering Documents Order a transcript Alumni and students need to go through Aurora to order a transcript online. Transcripts can be sent by mail or courier. Access your Co-Curricular Record The Co-Curricular Record (CCR) is an official record of university-approved activities that support student development outside of academic credit. If you are asked for proof of graduation... Prospective employers, academic institutions and other people may want you to produce proof of graduation. If you need proof of registration... You may be asked to produce proof of registration from Registered Education Savings Plan providers, immigration authorities and others during your time at UM. UM Student ID cards Your student photo identification card is your key to all student services. Get your card through ID centres on the Fort Garry and Bannatyne campuses. Receive tax credit for your tuition Students can use the T2202 tax form to claim a Tax Tuition Credit. The form is released annually towards the end of February and is only available online through Aurora. How to change your personal information You may make changes to your personal information by opening Aurora and selecting "Personal Information." Be sure to update your phone number in Aurora to receive communications about closures and emergencies. Study outside the UM on a Letter of Permission If you are in a degree program at the UM, you may take courses at other recognized colleges or universities for transfer of credit. Advance approval by your Faculty, College or School is required. Minnesota student Once you have accepted your admissions offer, a Minnesota reciprocity student can apply to pay the same tuition rate as a Canadian Citizen. Deceased student The closest living next-of-kin, executor, or holder of power of attorney may request certain information for a deceased student. Third-party consent The UM has information on file that is available only to you as a student. You can consent to release your academic information to a third party. Request a document to be returned from your file Under certain circumstances, you can submit a request to search and return your undergraduate documents held at the Registrar's Office. Contact the Registrar's Office Following information and advice about COVID-19, the Registrar's Office is currently closed to the public and is offering services online only. 400 UMSU University Centre University of Manitoba (Fort Garry campus) Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2 Questions? – Just askumanitobaSubmit your fee appeal: email@example.comInquire about convocation: firstname.lastname@example.org 204-474-9420 1-877-474-9420 (toll free) Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Wednesday: 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.