If you are unsure what courses you need to take in order to fulfill your degree requirements, run your Academic Advisement Report. Click here for more information.
Check your Finances in the SOLUS Student Centre to ensure that you do not have any outstanding debts. You will not be able to participate in the registration process unless your debts are cleared.
The course timetable lists of all the classes that will be offered in the Fall/Winter session along with the class meeting times. Not every course listed in the Arts and Science Calendar is offered every year so be sure to check the timetable. Once you know which classes you want to take, add them to your shopping cart beginning July 2.
- All students are given an Enrollment Appointment Time to enroll in classes. Enrollment Appointment Times are randomly generated according to your level at University. Enrollment Appointment Times cannot be changed.
- HINT: Before leaving your shopping cart be sure to click the Validate button. This will check to see that you meet the requirements (prerequisites, etc) for the classes that you have chosen. It will also check to make sure that you do not have any timetable conflicts. If you need an override on a class you must contact the department offering the class to obtain a permission number. For problems regarding French courses, please contact the Department of French Studies.
FREN100, FREN 110 and FREN118 are reserved for 1st year students registered in a French Plan until open enrolment.
FREN212 & FREN220 are reserved for French Majors and Medials until open enrolment.
FREN221 is reserved for students in a Minor plan in French until open enrolment.
FREN219 is reserved for Con-Ed students registered in a French Plan until open enrolment.
300 level courses are reserved for 3rd & 4th year registered in a French Plan until open enrolment.
FREN320 is reserved for 3rd & 4th year French Majors and Medials and for Con-Ed students until open enrolment.
FREN344 is reserved for students registered in a French Plan until open enrolment.
400 level courses are reserved for 4th year French Majors and Medials until open enrolment begins.
When your Enrollment Appointment Time begins, access the SOLUS Student Centre to Finish Enrolling in your classes. If there is space available in the classes that you have selected you will enrolled in those classes.
Beginning at 12:01 am on July 28, those restrictions will be removed from courses. If you were unable to add a class due to an enrolment restriction, this may be your chance to add that class
Open enrollment (formerly known as Add/Drop) begins on September 3rd. During open enrollment you may make changes to your classes provided you have paid your tuition in full.
The financial deadline is the final date to drop a course and receive a full tuition refund. Should you drop a course after the financial deadline but before the academic deadline, you may receive a partial tuition refund. Any refund will be credited back to your student account. Refund cheques can be requested through the Office of the University Registrar. For more information, see http://www.queensu.ca/registrar/currentstudents/fees/refund.html
Please NOTE International Students are no longer required to pre-register in UHIP during this timeframe. Your UHIP enrolment will occur automatically based on your registration with Queen’s and the UHIP fee for single coverage will be applied directly to your SOLUS account. If you have dependents (spouse or children) residing with you in Ontario, then you must visit the International Centre to include these members on your UHIP plan within the first 30 days or a $ 500 penalty will apply.