Students in Common Law
You will receive an email from the Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, in May with specific enrolment instructions. To help this process go smoothly, follow the steps below and use the tools we’ve made available to you to get your timetable ready before the start of the enrolment period.
Check your program requirements and course sequences
Knowing what your program requires will really help you build your timetable. See the programs and courses website or My Academic Requirements in uoZone to make sure you enrol in all courses or activities you need to get your degree.
Consult the Course Sequence for each program to find out when we recommend that you take your courses.
Plan your course selection and create sample timetables
- The course timetable search tool allows you to find out when and where courses are offered. It displays all available sections for a given course.
- Perform searches in the course timetable tool and use the timetable template (printable PDF or Excel spreadsheet). Create more than one draft timetable, since you have to prepare for the Fall, January and Winter terms.
- Find out more about courses, course component types and internships by consulting the Common Law Section’s Courses page
Enrolment dates for the Fall, January and Winter terms
To avoid excessive web traffic on our online tools, course enrolment schedules are determined by your year of study.
- First year students: Thursday, June 29 at 10 a.m.
- Second year students: Tuesday, June 27 at 10 a.m.
- Third and fourth year students as well as students in the National Program: Wednesday, June 21 at 10 a.m.
Once your enrolment period has begun, go to the Applications menu in uoZone and click on Enrol. For detailed instructions, please refer to the How to enrol in a class tutorial, on the Enrol application page.
Make sure to register for the Fall, January and Winter terms at the same time.
Don’t hesitate to ask for help. Our enrolment support team can answer your questions and guide you through the enrolment process.
The enrolment module features a waitlist system. If you’re interested in a course but all sections are full, you can place your name on a waitlist and you will automatically be enrolled when a spot becomes available, subject to any enrolment limits and providing spots are reserved for your program.
For step-by-step instructions on how to place your name on a waitlist, please consult the How to Add Your Name to a Waitlist tutorial, available on the Enrol application page.
To find out more about enrolment and what you can take care of before classes start, see the Common Law Section’s Academic Affairs website.