Summer Registration

Summer 2018

Please note that summer add/drop and withdrawal policies are different from the fall and spring semesters.

Course Listing

The Summer 2018 schedule is  available in myEC. Course offering information will be available through myEC. A preview of studio classes scheduled can viewed in Connect's Course List. The Summer semester is divided into two terms: Term I - May 7 to June 22 and Term II - July 3 to August 17.

Special Topics course descriptions are available here.

Registration and Semester Dates

Registration dates for Summer 2018 are below. For Summer term information, see the Academic Schedule for more semester dates.

Please note that courses are not reserved for majors in the summer terms, however prerequisites are still required.

7:00am  
Monday March 26 Remaining Fourth year students and ACAD students
 

 

7:00am  
Tuesday March 27 All Third year students in all Majors.
   
7:00am  
Wednesday March 28 All Second year students in all Majors.
   
7:00am  
Thursday March 29 All Foundation students
   
9:00am  
Thursday April 5 Unclassified students

 

Tuition Deadline

NOTE - that the deadline for tuition for both Term I and Term II classes is 4:00pm May 11, 2018.

De-registration for Non-Payment

Students who register and fail to pay the tuition fee by 4:00pm May 11, 2018 will be de-registered from their course(s), charged a late fee, and will be responsible for 25% of the tuition of one course.

Students who register after May 11, 2018 must pay for the course within 3 business days.

 

Summer Withdrawal Deadlines

Term I (May 7 to June 22)

Thursday, May 10
Deadline to add drop or switch Term I courses.

March 19 to May 10
Students will not be charged fees for dropping courses as long as they maintain registration in at least one course in Term I. Through myEC students are able to drop all but one course in a Term, and cannot drop the last course. That last course will require completion of a withdrawal form. Dropping all courses is considered a withdrawal and students will be held responsible for 25% of the tuition of the one course and a grade of W will be assigned to that course, even if the course has not yet started. After May 10 there are NO REFUNDS for dropped or withdrawn courses.

*Withdrawal forms are available here.

Tuesday, May 29
Is the last day for students to withdraw from Term I courses without academic penalty. There is no refund for withdrawal requests received after May 10. A grade of W will be recorded on the transcript. Withdrawal requests received after May 29 will result in a grade of F being assigned.

 

Summer Withdrawal Deadlines

Term II (July 3 to August 17)

Friday, July 6
Deadline to add, drop or switch Term II courses.

March 19 to July 6

Students will not be charged fees for dropping courses as long as they maintain registration in at least one course in Term II. Through myEC students are able to drop all but one course in a Term, and cannot drop the last course. That last course will require completion of a withdrawal form. Dropping all courses is considered a withdrawal and students will be held responsible for 25% of the tuition of the one course and a grade of W will be assigned to that course, even if the course has not yet started. After July 6 there are NO REFUNDS for dropped or withdrawn courses.

*Withdrawal forms are available here.

Wednesday, July 25
Is the last day for students to withdraw from Term II courses without academic penalty. There is no refund for withdrawal requests received after July 6. A grade of W will be recorded on the transcript. Withdrawal requests received after July 25 will result in a grade of F being assigned.

 

Waitlist Procedures

If a course status reads "Closed" that means no one has waitlisted the course yet; students can start the queue by waitilisting the course. If the course status reads "Waitlisted", then you add yourself to the end of the queue. If a registered student drops the course the first person on the waitlist is notified via their Emily Carr email that they have “Permission to Register”.

Students have one (1) working day to be registered for a course once the email notification has been sent.

Students who do not register before the time limit expires will have their name removed from the list and the space will be given to the next student.

Students who are no longer interested in a course for which they are waitlisted should remove themselves from the waitlist through myEC.

It is the student's responsibility to check their Emily Carr email and/or the myEC website (Manage My Waitlist) regularly to see their waitlist status.

 

UPass BC

For information on the Summer UPass BC program including student eligibility, program conditions, and distribution please see the UPass BC or the UPass FAQ page.