It’s the time of year to begin planning your Fall/Winter 2021-2022 course enrolment.
The University is actively planning for a safe return to our campuses for the Fall 2021 term. For details, please read President Lenton’s announcement.
This year, Fall/Winter 2021-2022 course enrolment for continuing students will begin in July. You can confirm your specific enrolment date and time on the Registrar’s Office website as of April 28 by clicking “Find out when I can enrol.”
Plan ahead during May & June
I encourage you to plan ahead and prepare for enrolment by taking the following steps:
- Familiarize yourself with your academic decision after Winter 2021 and seek any necessary academic advising to understand your academic status and next steps.
- Review course offerings and use the Visual Schedule Builder to create your ideal timetable and plan for alternate course options.
- Students who have access to the Degree Progress Report can track their degree progression online.
- Students who do not have access to the Degree Progress Report can liaise with their Academic Advisor to discuss future course selection and ensure that they are on track to completing your degree requirements.
Select your Fall/Winter Courses
The York Courses website will be updated with course offerings for Fall/Winter 2021-2022 by the end of May 2021.
Course types are be listed as follows:
- REMT courses are online/remote with scheduled, online/remote meets.
- ONLN courses have no scheduled meeting times, so you can choose your own pace as long as you meet coursework deadlines provided by the course instructor.
- BLEN courses combine online/remote with scheduled, in-person meets.
- LECT courses are in person; may be offered online/remote at the instructor’s discretion.
- SEMR courses are in person; may be offered online/remote at the instructor’s discretion.
- Labs and tutorials with no in-person component may be delivered through any of the above course types.
Ask for help
If you have questions about which courses to enrol in or your degree progress, contact your Faculty’s Academic Advising Office. They are available to help you online.
You can also Ask SAVY general questions about enrolment to learn more.
There are a variety of resources to support your success with online learning:
- Learning Skills Services and Student Community & Leadership Development have a variety of online learning strategies and tips, as well as health and wellness resources.
- The Online Learning Protocol for York University Students includes information and tips on using the variety of online learning tools through which your courses will be offered.
- Your Faculty will also have online learning support available. Reach out to your academic advisor for more info.
I look forward to welcoming you to York in the fall.
Darran A. Fernandez