The Calendar is the official guide to all programs, courses, services and regulations of the University.

There are three undergraduate and graduate calendars published at UVic each academic year.

Edition Effective Published
May (Summer session) May 1 to August 30 February 15
September (Fall term) September 1 to December 31 May 15
January (Spring term) January 1 to April 30 November 15

This is the first edition of the Calendar that uses new software for better functionality. Highlights include:

  • Smooth online navigation
  • Mobile-friendly
  • Dedicated calendars for Undergraduate and Graduate level studies
  • Improved search to find courses, programs and policies
  • Consistent display of course and program requirements
  • All calendar pages are now accessible per the UVic accessibility guidelines which adhere to the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) accessibility guidelines
  • Environmentally friendly and sustainable. The Office of the Registrar is no longer printing paper copies of the UVic academic calendar which will save an average of 500,000 pages per year!

TIP: See Using the Calendar for tips & tricks and to watch short videos to answer the most commonly asked questions. 

The Calendar includes course and program details and other information and student services. It is the University of Victoria's official source of curricular information, important academic dates, and registration and course requirements. The Calendar contains some of the policies and regulations all students of the University of Victoria are required to observe.

The contents of the Calendar are subject to continuing review and revision. The courses listed in the Course and Program sections are not necessarily offered each year. The University of Victoria reserves the right to remove, change or amend, at any time and without notice, the information contained in the Academic Calendar, including its programs, course offerings, fee structure, policies and regulations.

We acknowledge and respect the lək̓ʷəŋən peoples on whose traditional territory the university stands, and the Songhees, Esquimalt and WSÁNEĆ peoples whose historical relationships with the land continue to this day.