Look up courses in My page

  • Prepare the list of courses you need for your program before you build your timetable. 
  • The winter session course timetable is released in mid-May.
  • The summer sessions course timetable is released in mid-February.
  • Review the course descriptions in the academic calendar.
  • Be sure to check the notes and prerequisites for each course.
  • For help with planning your program, review your program outline or your CAPP report.

How to look up courses using My page

  1. Log in to My page
  2. Under the 'Registration' tab in the 'Student Services' section, select 'Look up classes'
  3. Under 'Search by term', select an upcoming school term and click 'Submit'
  4. Enter the subject and course number (e.g. CHEM 101) and click 'Course search'

More detailed instructions can be found in the step-by-step box.

Lectures, labs and tutorials

All courses have a lecture section. Some courses also require a lab section (for hands-on learning) or a tutorial section (for review and discussion of lecture material). These sections are linked.

To successfully register in a course with linked sections, you must register for the lab or tutorial section at the same time as you register for the lecture section.

In the UVic timetable, sections are coded as follows:

  • Lectures: A01, A02, etc.
  • Labs: B01, B02, etc.
  • Tutorials: T01, T02, etc.

If there is more than one section of a lecture, lab or tutorial, you can choose the one that best fits your timetable.

Course Reference Numbers

You'll need the five-digit Course Reference Number (CRN) to register for a course. If a course has lecture, lab and tutorial sections, you will need three CRNs (one for each section).

The CRNs are listed with the course details in the UVic timetable.

Courses excluded from My page registration

You will not able to register for a course using My page if the course:

  • requires permission (contact department offering the course)
  • requires a Pro Forma (contact department offering the course)
  • is for first year Law
  • is a co-operative education work term
  • is for audit
  • is for Education Professional year
  • is for UVic students on exchange

Non-standard courses

Some courses don't fit the standard dates. These non-standard courses have different fee reduction and academic drop deadlines.

Registration support

Student Support Services is open 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. PDT on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, 9:30 am - 4 pm on Wednesday. 

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