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Registration Information
Timetables Changes

Course List (ADEG, GNED and UNBE)

Part-Time Day Students

Registration Guidebooks - Practical Nursing & Personal Support Worker
Registration Guidebooks - UNB

Assessment and Placement Tests (CCPT Tests)

 

Registration Information

Winter 2015 Registration is taking place throughout December 2014 for students that have fully paid their fees. All students are responsible for loading their own timetable on MyHumber. *NO TIMETABLES WILL BE AUTOMATICALLY LOADED*

Click on the Registration Dates and Types links below to determine the specific date/time when your program will be registering for courses.

North Campus Registration Dates and Types

Lakeshore Campus Registration Dates and Types

Orangeville Campus Registration Dates and Types

Before registering, be sure to check your Academic Progress on MyHumber. Learn how to view your Academic Progress here: http://www.humber.ca/myhumber/how-view-your-academic-progress.

Other important Registration learning resources can be found here:
MyHumber Step by Step Guide
How to Prepare for Registration
How to Add a Course
How to Register for Block Courses

How to Drop or Withdraw From A Course

**PLEASE NOTE: There are two different types of Registration: Course Based and Block Based**

Course Based Registration: Students go to their MyHumber and are able to search the catalog and register for courses by typing the CRN (s) (Course Reference Number) based on their Academic Progress. The Academic Progress feature on MyHumber will replace the "Registration Books" and will be the new tool that students will use to plan their registration. A blank timetable matrix can also be accessed here to assist in planning.

Block Based Registration: Students are required to select a primary block which contains core courses based on the program and semester. Some students will also be required to select an additional block for non-core corses (eg. English, Math, Liberal Arts Electives, Program Electives). Students can track their progress in the program by checking their Academic Progress on MyHumber.

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Timetable Changes


If students are unable to make timetable changes directly on their MyHumber, students require written permission from their Program Coordinator. If the request is approved, the program coordinator will complete a Student Action Form (SAF) on their behalf. SAF requests typically take 24-72 hours to process. Students should check their MyHumber regularly to see the latest status of their request.

Note: Course Based students will be able to make changes directly on their MyHumber, provided there is space in the course and it does not create a timetable conflict.

Program Coordinator contact information can be found here.

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Course List (GNED, LASB, and UNBE)


Full-Time students will be able to look up information on all available elective courses (GNED, LASB, and UNBE) and Program specific electives directly through their Academic Progress on MyHumber. Students must click on the elective course code (ie. GNED 000, LASB 000, UNBE 000) to open a new window that will show all the courses that will satisfy that elective. It will display the course description, Course Reference Numbers (CRNs), and date and time the course is offered for the upcoming semester. If there is no CRN, or date or time displayed, the course is currently not being offered and you will need to select a different course. More information on navigating your Academic Progress page can be found here.

UNB Elective Course List: Part-time students who would like to take a UNB Elective course in the Winter 2015 semester will require written permission from the Program Coordinator. If the request is approved, the Program Coordinator will complete a Student Action Form (SAF). SAF requests typically take 24-72 hours for processing. Visit your MyHumber regularly to check the status of your request.

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Part-Time Day Students


Information for Part-Time day students will be posted 2 -3 weeks prior to the Part-Time Day registration date, which is Monday, December 22nd, 2014.

 

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Registration Guidebooks - Practical Nursing & Personal Support Worker

 

Registration books will be available below 3 days prior to students' registration date.

Students cannot participate in Winter 2015 Registration until their Winter 2015 fees are fully paid.


**PLEASE NOTE: Nursing students will only be selecting their clinical during registration. The remainder of the timetable that corresponds to the clinical will be loaded by the Registrar's office prior to the start of the semester**

 

Practical Nursing Program 0704
Semester 2: Students in semesters 2 are to pick a clincal on: Thursday, December 18th at 9:00am
Semester 4: Students in semesters 4 are to pick their timetable on:Thursday, December 18th at 9:00am

Part-time : Students will be placed in their required course (s) by their Program coordinator. Once the courses are on the students' timetable on MyHumber they can pay for the course(s) through MyHumber by Credit card or Interac Online. NOTE: Please contact your Program coordinator if you have any questions.

Personal Support Worker Program 0774
Semester 2: Students in semesters 2 are to pick a clincal on: Tuesday, December 2nd at 2:00pm

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Registration Guidebooks - UNB

Registration books will be available below 3 days prior to students' registration date

Students cannot participate in Winter 2015 Registration until their Winter 2015 fees are fully paid.

Click here to find out which payment method works for you.


2014-2015 Admission Requirements & University Regulations for the Bachelor of Nursing Degree Program

**PLEASE NOTE: Nursing students will only be selecting their clinical during registration. The remainder of the timetable that corresponds to the clinical will be loaded by the Registrar's office prior to the start of the semester**

Bachelor of Nursing 0706:
Semester 2: Students in semester 2 are to choose their clinical on: Tueday, December 16th at 9:00am and their elective on: Thursday, December 18th at 3:00pm.
Semester 4:
Students in semester 4 are to choose their clinical on: Tueday, December 16th at 12:00pm
Semester 6:
Students in semester 6 are to choose their clinical on: Wednesday, December 17th at 3:00pm
Semester 8:
Students in semester 8 will have their coures pre-loaded. Please check your MyHumber on Friday, January 9th to view your timetable. NOTE: Please contact your program coordinator if you have any inquiries.
Part-time (Interrupted students):
Following directions from your program coordinator, the Registrar's office will register you in your required course(s) after the Full-Time Registration. When you see the course is on your timetable, you will be able to pay for the course(s) through MyHumber by Credit card or Debit card. NOTE: Please contact your Program coordinator in case you have any questions.

Bachelor of Nursing Second Entry (706C and 706A)
Semester 3: Students in semester 3 are to choose their clinical on: Tueday, December 16th at 3:00pm
Semester 6:
Students in semester 6 are to choose their clinical on: Wednesday, December 17th at 9:00am
Semester 8:
Students in semester 8 will have their coures pre-loaded. Please check your MyHumber onFriday, January 9thto view your timetable. NOTE: Please contact your program coordinator if you have any inquiries.
Part-time (Interrupted students):
Following directions from your program coordinator, the Registrar's office will register you in your required course(s) after the Full-Time Registration. When you see the course is on your timetable, you will be able to pay for the course(s) through MyHumber by Credit card or Debit card. NOTE: Please contact your Program coordinator in case you have any questions.

Bachelor of Nursing Bridging (706P and 706B)
Semester 4: Students in semester 4 are to choose their timetable on: Tueday, December 16th at 3:00pm
Semester 6:
Students in semester 6 are to choose their clinical on: Wednesday, December 17th at 12:00pm
Semester 8:
Students in semester 8 will have their coures pre-loaded. Please check your MyHumber onFriday, January 9th to view your timetable. NOTE: Please contact your program coordinator if you have any inquiries.
Part-time (Interrupted students):
Following directions from your program coordinator, the Registrar's office will register you in your required course(s) after the Full-Time Registration. When you see the course is on your timetable, you will be able to pay for the course(s) through MyHumber by Credit card or Debit card. NOTE: Please contact your Program coordinator in case you have any questions.



Your program coordinator contact information, please visit Humber's Staff Directory.

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Computerized College Placement Testing (CCPT)

Most programs require first semester students to enrol in program specific math and communication courses. Students must complete their Computerized College Placement Test (CCPT) in order to register into these courses. Additional information can be found here.

Note: Placement Testing can be booked directly online on the website above.

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