Starting on December 8, 2020, it will be easier for students to register for courses with a new Web Registration interface, it is user-friendly, responsive and gives student the ability to create a visual schedule that they can quickly sort, filter, block times, pin sections, and complete registration with ease.
This software will allow students to:
- Add or drop their respective courses;
- Review course details;
- Filter and sort schedule results by campus or course modality;
- Share schedules with friends or advisors;
- Schedule and prioritize “personal time” to indicate when you don’t want to have classes for personal reasons.
Web Registration Guides
Access Web Registration:
- Sign in to myCentennial
- Select Student (Left side of the screen)
- Select Register or Change Courses (under Registration Information – Steps to Register)
- Select the term (Winter 2021)
- Choose your Block or Courses (on left) to create your timetable
Web Registration Information Sessions:
Live registration sessions via zoom will run over the next couple of weeks to support your questions. Staff will virtually tour students through general navigation of the new Web Registration software and you will have the opportunity to ask questions.
|Monday, December 14, 2020||12:00 pm – 1:00 pm||Join on Zoom|
|Wednesday, December 16, 2020||2:00 pm||Join on Zoom|
|Friday, December 18, 2020||2:00 pm||Join on Zoom|
|Friday, January 15, 2021||12:00 pm – 1:00 pm||Join on Zoom|
Important Considerations for Web Registration:
When building your schedule please be aware that some of your choices may affect your fee calculations, program progression and if you are receiving OSAP, it may impact your funding. If you are an International Student, it could impact your study permit. Please read these key things to be aware of when building your schedule. If you have questions please connect with your Success Advisor through the Virtual Registration Services Queue.
Confirming Required Courses:
The Degree Audit on your myCentennial student portal is the official source to confirm your required courses – the Program Progression within web registration does not replace this and is not official.
Please be aware that by dropping courses, it may result in missing pre-requisites for upcoming semesters, which may impact your graduation date. Also, be aware that if you are taking a partial course load, your fees will be calculated accordingly. Students returning to a full-time course load will have fees calculated as such and there will not be a reduction of your full-time fees for the courses you already took with a partial course load.
IMPORTANT: School of Transportation students – DO NOT drop courses from a block without speaking to your Advisor first by submitting a request through the Virtual Registration Services.
Registering for additional courses may result in additional fees being charged to your account.
Students receiving OSAP
Please connect with the Student Financial Services Office at email@example.com if any scheduling adjustments you make fall into the following categories:
- Your course load will drop below 60% (Domestic Student)
- Your course load will increase above 60% (Domestic Student)
- Your course load will drop below 40% (Permanent Disability Domestic Student Only)
- Your course load will increase above 40% (Permanent Disability Domestic Student Only)
Please connect with the International Advising Team at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are reducing your course load as it may impact your study permit.