Registration for the 2020/21 academic year is now open for all students. 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.
Login to Dal Online. Click on Registration > Check Your Registration Status. You’ll arrive at the Select Term page, where most students should choose the fall term. The regular term is only for Dentistry and Medicine students. Make note of your registration time slot(s). You can register online within the date range specified.
If you’re interested in studying at King’s, have questions about your application, or want to discuss the status of a pending application, please contact email@example.com.
If you’re interested in studying at King’s, have questions about our programs, student experience or our campus, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please email email@example.com with your questions.
Yes. If you are experiencing unanticipated or unmanageable financial issues due to disruptions in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, bursary and temporary loan supports are in place to assist you. If applicable, please email firstname.lastname@example.org outlining your situation. If you would like to talk with someone to discuss your financial situation, please indicate that in the body of the email, provide your phone number and we will get in touch with you for an appointment.
As a residence student, you will receive a refund of ¼ of your winter residence fees and ¼ of your winter meal plan if you leave residence by March 22. This will be applied to your student account as a credit.
If you would rather receive a refund than leave the credit on your account, follow these instructions.
When you return your room key and gown to the Alex Hall front desk, please complete a banking information form. This form will be provided to the Student Accounts Office and your refund will be directly deposited into your bank account. The timing of the deposit will depend on the time it takes to process your residence withdrawal in the student information system. Residence staff will forward Student Accounts residence withdrawals once every morning. Student Accounts will then process the residence withdrawal. If the withdrawal is processed and the banking information form is received by noon, you will receive your deposit overnight that night. If this occurs later than noon, the deposit will be delayed by one day. Please email email@example.com directly if you would like to receive and submit the banking information form through email.
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.
*Includes Foundation Year Program
Please select your program and use the following instructions, and the blank timetable 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.
**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.
Master of Journalism (with Advanced Standing) students and students moving into the second year of the two-year stream will be required to register for courses identified below.
Your registration in all required courses will be completed by the King’s Registrar’s Office. You will be considered registered in all required courses by April 30 each academic year and will be responsible for all associated tuition and fees after this date. 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. Please also see the Withdrawal from a course and Withdrawal from the program sections of this handbook.
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.
To assist you with registration, we’ve decoded the Academic Timetable, explaining the various symbols, acronyms, codes and numbers that populate it.
Contact the Registrar’s Office at (902) 422-1271. You can also email one of our Academic Advisors with your questions.
Feel free to visit Dalhousie’s First Year Advising Centre’s website for more help.
firstname.lastname@example.org | 902 422 1271 ext. 108