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How to Register

Before you can register, you must pay a tuition deposit.

Third and fourth year students must obtain permission from their program advisor to enrol in some upper year courses. It's strongly recommended you meet with your program advisor in March.

International students: follow these instructions for registration.

Register online

myTRU is the fastest and easiest way to register.

Register in both fall and winter courses. Doing both at the same time will give you the best options for course selection.

Need additional support?
View an online information session on how to Timetable and Register.

Register in person

  • Before you visit the Registrar's Office:
  • You may register anytime on or after your registration date.

    Location: Old Main Building (OM 1155)
    Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday to Friday
    Phone: 250-828-5036
    Fax: 250-371-5960

After registering, be sure to review your timetable.

Program/course specific information

Biology second year students

Please see the following information for second year course registration: Second Year Registration Information for Biology Students

Biology 2130 and Biology 2340

These courses have lecture, lab and seminar sections. During registration, you only register in the lecture section. Registration into the lab and seminar sections will be arranged with the instructor during the first week of class.

Please note the following when preparing your timetable:

  • Labs and seminars for Cell Biology 2130 and Genetics 2340 alternate weekly with each.
  • It is possible to register in the respective labs and seminars that are scheduled at the same time.

Once you and the instructor have determined which seminar and lab sections you will be registered in, the Biology department will arrange with the Registrar’s Office to have you registered in your lab and seminar section at the end of the second week of classes.

Computing 2120

Replaces Computing 1130 and 1230. Computing 2120 is intended for students with previous programming experience.

Computing 1380 and Math 1380

Computing 1390 and Math 1390 are equivalent courses, and replace previous grades if repeated for the cumulative grade point average calculation.