You can now register online for your courses IF you have:
- planned out your course schedule
- included your core requirements and courses for your program
- received and activated your TWUPass ID and password
- received your registration date, and it’s your time to register!
Just follow the step-by-step guide below to make registering online a snap!
Unless you want to start over… again and again… NEVER hit the browser BACK button once you’re in the Course Registration portal. Only use the back buttons within the portal.
Registering for a course
- Click on the Course Registration portal
- Log in with your TWUPass ID and password
- Select your "Term": e.g. 2017 Fall
- Click the "Course Search" tab
- Write the first course code (e.g. FNDN 101) from the list of your recommended/required courses
- Hit "Search"
- Find the course you wish to add, select the "Add" checkbox and hit the "Add Courses" button
- Repeat steps 4-7 until all of your classes have been added
Note: The courses you add will automatically be sent to your Admissions counsellor for approval. You will not be officially enrolled in these courses until they have been approved and you have paid your tuition fees.
Note: If you want to find out more about a course, just click on the "Course Code" and you'll find a course description along with other useful information.
Dropping a course
- Click Course Registration portal
- Log in with your TWUPass ID and password (if you haven't already done so)
- Select your "Term" (e.g. 2017 Fall)
- Scroll down to "Your Schedule"
- Select "Drop" next to the course you wish to drop, and then hit the "Drop Selected Courses" button
Finding your course schedule
Log in with your TWUPass ID and password (if you haven't already done so)
- Click on "Course Schedule"
Note: That's it! Feel free to print off your schedule or just fill out the weekly schedule provided in your handy Course Registration Guide Booklet!
Course Title: The official name of the course (e.g. Introduction to Fiction)
Course Code: The four-letter and three-number shorthand code for a course (e.g. ENGL 103)
Term: Otherwise known as a semester. There are three semesters per calendar year: Fall, Spring and Summer
Department: The program or area of interest in which you will be studying (e.g. Chemistry)
Division: If you're reading this, then you're an Undergraduate. So make sure you select "Undergraduate"
Days of the week: M = Monday | T = Tuesday | W = Wednesday | R = Thursday | F = Friday