Before you begin

Your registration time

All students are assigned a time to register. This assigned time is the earliest that you may select and add courses to your class schedule. You are eligible to register from that time until the close of registration.

It is important to register on the assigned date and time, or as soon as possible thereafter, to allow access to the best selection of available courses. 

You should regularly check your email address as this is how the Registrar's Office communicates with you.

If you are a new student or a returning student (i.e., who applied for readmission), your email will receive confirmation of your eligibility to register with the date and time at which you may begin your registration. This letter will also confirm your program of study. You will also find this information in Memorial Self-Service under Registration.

If you are a current student, check your time and date to register through Memorial Self-Service. If you have not registered at the University within the last three semesters, you are required to complete an application for readmission.

Registration times are assigned approximately one month before registration begins. If you do not receive a registration time email

If you do not have access to the internet for an extended period of time during the registration period, and cannot ask a trusted family member or friend to register on your behalf, you can register using the Alternate Registration form. Email the completed form to before your assigned registration time. This method is not available if you have any outstanding fees.

Registration priority

Memorial University uses a registration priority policy to determine the date and time of undergraduate students' registration. This system is based on the program of study, the number of credit hours earned and the grade point average.

For students new to post-secondary studies, early-offer scholarship recipients register first; all other new students register in accordance with a schedule based on the first three letters of their last name.