Get ready to enrol in your courses! Select the student category that best describes you and follow the steps to complete your course enrolment.

Student categories

What is a direct-entry faculty? A direct-entry faculty is a faculty that offers undergraduate programs that do not require prior university studies. These faculties are Arts, Engineering, Health Sciences, Science, Social Sciences and the Telfer School of Management.

Information IconNew students: In order to be able to access the Enrol application in uoZone as soon as your enrolment period starts, you must have accepted your offer of admission at least three working days before the registration date assigned to you. If your admission is conditional, you must meet the conditions indicated in your offer before enrolling in your courses.

Enrolment schedule

Fall and winter terms

Enrolment begins in May 2018. Please check your student category above for exact dates and times.

Spring-Summer term

Enrolment starts on April 5, 2018

Enrolment Support

Whether you’re a new student or just need to refresh your memory, our support team is here to help you through the enrolment process. Please consult the enrolment support page for information.

Undergraduate course enrolment help sessions in some high schools

Our liaison officers will be visiting some high schools from May 14 to 25, 2018. Contact your guidance counsellor to find out if we’re visiting your school.

Undergraduate course enrolment help sessions on campus

Join us on campus for our May course enrolment help sessions! They are for undergraduate students who are enrolling in a direct-entry faculty for the first time. Attend a session in one of the University of Ottawa’s computer labs and we’ll help you build a course schedule and enrol in your courses.

During these sessions, we’ll give you a short presentation on how to use the Enrol application in uoZone. Then, you’ll have time to enrol in courses for your first year at uOttawa while our specialists are on hand to help you.

In order to take part in the session, you must have accepted your offer of admission three working days prior to the session To accept your offer, log into your Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC) account.

Please remember to bring your uoAccess ID and password with you to the session as well as a list of courses for which you were granted advanced standing or exemptions, if applicable. They are in your offer of admission.

Tuesday, May 22, 2018
4:30 p.m. (in English or in French)
7 p.m. (in English or in French)

Wednesday, May 23, 2018
4:30 p.m. (in English or in French)
7 p.m. (in English or in French)

Thursday, May 24, 2018
4:30 p.m. (in English or in French)
7 p.m. (in English or in French)

Registration

You will be able to register for these sessions as of May 1, 2018.

You must enrol at the University in order to attend courses or course-related activities (for example, work terms, exchange or other activities).

We will not grant you any units (credits) or record any grade for a course or activity you have not properly registered for by the enrolment deadlines, as indicated in the list of important academic dates and deadlines. You are responsible for completing your course selection and enrolment correctly and making sure that courses meet your program requirements. You can’t enrol after the deadline.

When you enrol in courses you are automatically responsible for the fees that appear on your statement of account. We don’t consider your account settled until your fees are paid in full.

Terminology used on the University of Ottawa website and in University publications

In November 2016, many of the terms used by the University in official texts changed, including those related to important academic dates and deadlines, program requirements and course descriptions. For example, we now use “term” instead of “session” and “unit” instead of “credit”. The University has done much work to update terminology. However, it is possible that examples of the old terminology remain, particularly in older or archived official texts. The old and new terms have the same meaning and should be considered equivalent.

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