We know that you want your studies to engage you fully, to bring you closer to answering important questions and to provide you with skills you can use after graduation. The question is: what program or programs will do this most effectively for you?
Review and download the What’s Next? Advising Guide, and the timetable below for resources that will help you make your choice on an area of study.
|July 1||Last day to apply to graduate in October (Dalhousie Convocation)|
|Sept. 8||Courses begin, Fall term|
|Oct. 1||December exam schedule posted (King's and Dalhousie)|
|Oct. 16||Fall Convocation Ceremonies (Dalhousie) for Arts, Science and Music|
|Nov. 2||Last day to drop with a “W”|
|Dec. 1||Last day to apply to graduate in Spring 2021|
|Dec. 8||Last day of courses for Fall term (Monday classes held)|
|Dec. 10-20||Fall exam period|
|Dec. 3||Summer academic timetable available via Dal Online|
|Jan. 6||Courses begin, Winter term|
| Jan. 29|
| Feb. TBA||April exam schedule posted (King’s and Dalhousie)|
|Feb. 22||Registration opens for summer courses|
|Mar. 8||Last day to drop winter term classes with a 10% refund. See refund schedule for fee implications.|
|Apr. 8||Last day to drop with a “W” (Winter courses)|
|Apr. 8||Last day of courses for Winter term|
|Apr. 10-23||Winter exam period|
Welcome back to another year at King’s. Here’s a refresher on how to register:
The Dal Online system does not check for timetable conflicts. It is your responsibility to make sure that your classes aren’t scheduled at overlapping times. You can use the Class Schedule feature when registering to double check. Dal Online may identify a timetable conflict even if there is not, if a Lecture and its Tutorial or Lab happen at the same time.
As a King’s student in good standing, once you have completed your first year of study you will be eligible to take classes at other universities and have them count toward your degree here at King’s. There are a number of important steps you must complete before taking the class, in order to receive credit for the course as part of your degree here at King’s. This process can be lengthy—get started early.