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Late Registration Information Session

Posted in Students & Campus Life
Aug 10, 2020

This WebEx session is for new students to the College of Arts and Science who have questions.

This online session is designed for new students to the College of Arts and Science who have questions about class selection, registration, the Transition Program, ISAP and other student supports designed to help students transition to university in the fall.

Monday, Aug. 10
2–4 pm (Saskatchewan time)
Online via WebEx

Follow this link to register.

Be sure to download the WebEx app before joining the session.

Goals of this session are:

  1. to develop a good understanding of the options available in the College of Arts and Science, including degrees (and degree requirements), majors, certificates, minors, first-year programs and additional supports;
  2. to be able to navigate the Course and Program Catalogue and registration;
  3. to feel confident in choosing classes for first-year registration.

 

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