Summer 2022 semester registration
Registration for the 2022 summer semester opens Monday, March 14 at 10 a.m.
All registration information related to the 2022 summer semester is outlined below, including important dates, registration instructions and academic advising information. Please review the information carefully.
Prior to the summer semester, NSCAD will review the university’s current COVID restrictions for any updates that may be required, including to the masking requirement and vaccine mandate. Please keep an eye on your NSCAD University email for that information.
Newly accepted students who are starting in summer 2022 will be contacted by an academic advisor.
- Students who have previously taken courses at NSCAD as a non-degree student or a visiting student will be able to register through Colleague Self-Service or by contacting their academic advisor starting Monday, March 14 at 10 a.m.
- Students who require academic advising are strongly encouraged to register for courses as soon as registration opens. Please do not wait to register until after your advising appointment as some courses fill up quickly. Registrations can be changed during your advising appointment or at any point prior to the start of the semester.
- When contacting your advisor, please:
- include your NSCAD student ID number
- consolidate all questions into a single email whenever possible
- Returning and upper-year students are encouraged to review the step-by-step instructions on the course search and registration functionality in Colleague Self-Service, making sure that courses for which they registered are listed in green with the notation “Registered”. A video tutorial is available as well
- Students who have problems accessing Colleague Self-Service should visit the Troubleshooting Login Issues page.
- Students who have a financial hold will be unable to register until their financial hold has been removed. Please email Student Accounts with any questions that you may have about your tuition.
Upper-year undergraduate students and undergraduate students who have completed most of their Foundation program (more than 18 credits, including FNDN 1010, 1100, 1200 and 1800) may contact one of the following advisors:
PBAC and VAC Students