UVic How to Register for Training Tutorial

UVic
Training Tutorial
How to Register for
Year Long Courses
Students with questions can call 250-721-8142 for personal assistance or
email [email protected] Further assistance to students will be available at
all computer lab facilities and the computer help desk at 250-721-7687
or [email protected]
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How to Register for Year Long Courses
Keys to Year-Long course registration:
To add a Year-Long Course to your schedule, you must add the First Term before adding
the Second Term.
If you are Waitlisted for the First Term section you must receive your Registration Offer
for the First Term section and follow the steps to register before you can add the Second
Term Section.
To drop a Year-Long course from your schedule, you must drop the Second Term before
dropping the First Term.
Remember that to earn credit for a Year-Long Course, you must complete both sections
(Fall and Spring Terms). It is your responsibility to ensure that you have the correct
registration for your program and course requirements.
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It is important first to know how to identify a Full Year course as opposed to a single term
course. Please consider the following guidelines and use the examples on pages 4 and 5 of
this tutorial.
o In general, an undergraduate course that runs from September – April is worth 3.0
units. Compare this with a course that is offered for one term only which is worth 1.5
units.
o In the course calendar (print version), you will see the unit value noted next to the
course code. For example:
o When using the My page course look-up, the CRN (course registration number) is a link.
If you click on this link, an information box will open explaining the course requirements
and, if appropriate, that the course is a two-part (multi-term) course.
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When you are ready to begin, select a term from the Add or Drop Classes Registration sub-menu:
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Enter the CRN and click Submit Changes. In this example, we are trying to register in the Second Term
(January – April):
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The system will not allow you to register in the Second Term of a Full Year Course before first adding the
First Term (Sept – Dec) to your schedule. By trying to do this, following error message will result:
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Change the selected term:
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Select the First Term (September – December):
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If you do not know the CRN, you may perform a Class Search to find it:
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To further limit your results, use the Advanced Search features:
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Your search results are displayed. Click Register to add courses.
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Course is successfully added. This is a Year Long course; we still need to add the second term section.
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Once you have selected the appropriate term, you can re-enter your Second Term CRN and click Submit
Changes to complete.
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The course (including first and second term) has now been successfully added to your schedule. Notice
that in this case, the Grade Mode will not say “Full Year” as with the First Term section.
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If the Year Long class is full and you wish to add yourself to the Waitlist, you can only do so for the first
term. Once you receive and accept a Registration Offer for your first term section, be sure to add the
second term section of the course to complete your registration.
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If you are Waitlisted for the First Term section, you must receive a Registration Offer and follow the steps
to register in the First Term section BEFORE you can add the Second Term section. Remember that you will
not receive credit for the Year Long course unless you complete both sections (first and second term), so it
is imperative that you remember to register for both terms.
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Similarly, to drop a full year course, you must do so in reverse order from the way they were added. In
other words, the second term must be dropped before the first term:
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Select the Second Term and choose Web Drop from the Action menu. Confirm by clicking “OK” and then
Submit Changes to complete. This will drop you from the Second Term of your full year class.
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You may now complete the process by dropping your first term section of this class:
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A Brief Re-cap:
To add a Year-Long Course to your schedule, you must add the First Term before adding
the Second Term
If you are Waitlisted for the First Term section you must receive your Registration Offer
for the First Term section and follow the steps to register before you can add the Second
Term Section.
To drop a Year-Long course from your schedule, you must drop the Second Term before
dropping the First Term.
Remember that to earn credit for a Year-Long Course, you must complete both sections
(First and Second Term). It is your responsibility to ensure that you have the correct
registration for your program and course requirements.
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Training Tutorial
Thank you for taking the time to
view the Year-Long Registration
Tutorial.
Students with questions can call 250-721-8142 for personal assistance or
email [email protected] Further assistance to students will be available at
all computer lab facilities and the computer help desk at 250-721-7687
or [email protected]
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