Registration for the 2022/23 academic year is currently scheduled for these dates:
This page provides you with the resources and information that you need to register for courses, and the King’s Academic Advisors are here to support you.
Visit Dalhousie’s section on registration and degree resources. The 2021/2022 What’s Next: Advising Handbook can be viewed on our advising page. Our Course Registration Workbook [PDF] is also a good resource for first year students when registering.
Academic Services has extended advising hours for the following dates
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Consult the King’s Academic Calendar section linked below for information regarding courses and programs at King’s. Information regarding courses and programs in Arts, Science and Music available through our partnership with Dalhousie can be found in the Dalhousie Academic Calendar.
Consult the Course Registration Workbook [PDF], watch the series on how to register for courses, and plan your courses using the blank timetable [PDF] provided. You can also find more help for registration in the Dal Online Help Centre Registration Index. This section applies to:
*Includes Foundation Year Program
Please select your program and use the following instructions, and the blank timetable [PDF] provided, to register for your required courses.
Bachelor of Journalism One-Year students must register for:
**Note: JOUR 5992.03, JOUR 5993.09 and JOUR 0577.00 are offered in the winter term. Ensure you have selected the winter term before registering for these courses. Specific workshops will not be selected until October. Workshop placeholders have been set to ensure your tuition is correct in the fall. You will choose your specific workshops with the assistance of the School of Journalism in the fall. They will provide the Registrar’s Office with a list and we will enrol you in your specific workshops.
If you have not yet completed your two half-credit electives requirement at the 6xxx.03 level, you will need to register for these courses in this term as well.
Your registration in all required courses will be completed by the King’s Registrar’s Office. You will be notified of the date by which you will be registered in your courses and of when associated fees and tuition will be due in advance of your course start dates. Keep an eye on your Dal email for further information as it becomes available. After you have been notified of your registration in courses, be sure to check your Dal Online account, especially before deadlines, to ensure that you are correctly registered.
Please note that you are solely responsible for making any changes to your registration, including course withdrawal. Please see the Fees section of the King’s Academic Calendar for information on Course Changes, Refunds and Withdrawals.
Before you can register you need to activate your university email account. This account is on the Dalhousie server and carries the dal.ca domain name. You are responsible for activating it and checking it regularly, as it is our main form of official university communication.
Note: If you have applied to residence at King’s, you may have already set up your email account.
Congratulations! You have activated your email account.
If you want your email forwarded to another account, go to Mail Management after logging into your email account. Under Email select Email Forwarding. Type in your username and password, then select Mail Forwarding. Enter the email address to which you want the mail forwarded. Click Set Forwarding.
Note: In order to register, or if you forget your online registration PIN, you will need an active university email account.
When you log on to register for your classes, update your personal information or view your account, the site will be identified as Dalhousie—but you’re in the right place.
FYP, BJH and BJ students please note: although a space in your program is reserved for you, you still have to register for your classes.
For further guidance and detailed information, please see the Dal Online Help Centre Registration Index. See the Registration Tips videos for a visual aid.
Contact the Registrar’s Office at firstname.lastname@example.org. One of our Academic Advisors will be sure to help!
For more registration guidance and information feel free to visit the Dalhousie Advising Centre for more help.
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