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Undergraduate registration

We are happy you are joining us for your academic journey!

This website is designed to help you with the undergraduate course registration process. When you are ready to begin, visit the course registration guide.

Before you begin there are some important steps to get you prepared. Make sure you read all instructions carefully to ensure your registration process is as smooth as possible.

New this year: You can opt out of select ancillary fees.

What's next?

  • 1. MyCampus: Your student portal

    Once you have paid your $500 non-refundable deposit, your Applicant Portal becomes your MyCampus student portal.

    MyCampus is your gateway to your student record and self-service options, as well as the following:

    • Preview and register for courses.
    • Update your personal information, including your emergency contact.
    • Set up your student email.
    • Apply for bursary/awards and view status updates.
    • Request transcripts and Verfication of Enrolment letters.
    • Check your account summary and any outstanding balances.

    We recommend you visit your MyCampus portal frequently.

  • 2. Your student email: Communicating with you

    Your student email is a service and product suite powered by G Suite for Education. Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Drive and Docs and Google Hangouts have been enabled for the student email domain. Follow the login instructions to access G Suite for Education.

    Please note: Newly admitted students must change the default network password prior to accessing the university network, Blackboard and student email accounts. The default password can be found under the Important information section after logging in to MyCampus.

    All official communication from the Office of the Registrar will be sent to your student email account and posted on the Undergraduate tab on MyCampus. You are responsible for checking both channels regularly for information such as course registration, examination information and add/drop deadlines.

  • 3. Academic Calendar: your official guide to the university's rules

    The Academic Calendar provides you with information and guidelines pertaining to your studies. It is important to review so you can know what your role and responsibilities are to successfully complete your degree. Here are some key areas to get you started:

    • Academic schedule – your important dates and deadlines for registration, fee payment, exam period.
    • Degree requirements – all the credits you are required to complete your degree.
    • Academic regulations – the rules you are responsible for knowing and following as a student here.
  • 4. Learn more about your tuition fees and payments

    What to know about your tuition fees:

    • Your fees are tied to your course registration.
    • You are charged on a per-course basis.
    • As you register, your student account is updated in real time to reflect your current amount owing.
    • You can view your current amount owing by going to your account summary by term on MyCampus, under the Undergraduate tab's Helpful Links section.

    Once you have registered, you have full access to your student account information and what fees you owe. The university does not automatically issue invoices or receipts but should you need one, they are available upon request by contacting Information and Client Services.

    You are responsible to pay your semester fees in full by the payment deadlinesFailure to pay fees or arrange an approved deferment by stated fee payment deadlines could result in de-registration from courses, late fees and financial holds on your account.

  • 5. Your privacy

    Information supplied via the web registration system will be used for the purposes of registration, decisions on your academic status, academic advising and to provide you with information related to your studies at the university. It may be shared with your course instructors, the Student Union and other educational institutions to which you have applied or have been enrolled. If you register in a Trent University course, your information will be provided to them for purposes of registration, instruction and grading.

  • 6. Confirm your year level

    Your year level for registration purposes may differ from the number of years you have attended the university. If you have applied for transfer credits or are returning to studies at the university, confirm your year level.

  • 7. Get ready to register

    You will receive an email one week prior to registration with your next steps. Prior to receiving that email, get prepared! You can preview available courses and pre-plan your schedulewhich is Step 1 in the registration guideto enable a smoother registration.

    Select your faculty from the course registration guide

    For graduate studies inquiries, please contact the School of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies.

    Please note: Prior to registering, you will be prompted to agree to a Registration Contract. It is important to fully understand this contract, as clicking 'I Agree' binds you to the deadlines, fees and regulations associated with your registration.


Begin by selecting the course registration guide for the semester you are registering for.

Connecting with us

If you require assistance, email us at connect@ontariotechu.ca.

If you have documents you need to submit for OSAP, registration or appeals, learn more about your submission options.

Please include your name, Student Number and program of study in any correspondence with the Office of the Registrar.