Within this section, you will find information about how to register, class schedules for your program, and important deadlines to keep in mind throughout the term. Explore the links to the left to find out more, and contact your Departmental student advisor if you have questions.
Email Account & Electronic Communications with Students Policy
Effective September 1, 2013, the university will only use your U of M email account for all communications, including messages from your professors, department, advisors and administrative offices. Make sure to check your U of M email regularly, as it is your responsibility under the Electronic Communications with Students Policy to ensure you are receiving important university information that affects you. No other email address (such as gmail, hotmail, yahoo, etc.) can be used to communicate with a student about official university business.
The current CC email service will be replaced this year by "myumanitoba", a more user- and mobile-friendly, comprehensive email service. If you do not have an email account with the U of M, you will be able to activate your myumanitoba account 30 days before the start of your first day of Fall 2013 term classes. Step-by-step instructions on how to activate your account are located through the link above. If you already have a CC email account, you will be able to activate your myumanitoba account 30 days before your first day of class here. Once you activate your myumanitoba account, all new emails will be sent to your new account. You must forward any emails you want to keep from your old inbox to your myumanitoba inbox.
Online Registration Tutorials
Want to register for classes but don't know how to start? Watch these 6 video tutorials to help familiarize yourself with Aurora Student and guide you through the registration process.
Use this blank timetable sheet to help schedule your courses for each term.
University 1 First Year Planning Guide
U1 provides general information about using the Aurora System as well as planning courses and exercising time-management and much more. Explore the links on the right side of their page for more information. Please note, however, that program (course) related information must come from the Faculty of Engineering as we have very specific requirements.