Below is a compilation of tips and resources to help new first-year undergraduate students navigate the registration process:
First-Year Course Selection Guides
The first-year course selection guides for the Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) and Bachelor of International Business (BIB) programs outline which courses first-year students must register in.
Bachelor of International Business (BIB) Registration Tips
The BIB academic advisor has put together some tips for first-year BIB students, including information on registering for language courses and taking language placement tests. If you have any questions about registration, please send an email to email@example.com
Information on Introduction to Economics
Starting in Fall 2018, ECON 1000 will be replaced with two 0.5 credit courses for BCom and BIB Students (ECON 1001: Microeconomics and ECON 1002: Macroeconomics). Please use these two courses to satisfy the ECON 1000 requirement on your audit. If you are attempting to repeat ECON 1000, please contact your Academic Advisor for more information on these replacements: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
The registration process is divided into blocks called time-tickets. Your time-ticket indicates when you are first able to access the registration system. Find out when your time-ticket opens on the time-ticket schedule to plan out when you can register.
The Registrar’s Office has a helpful guide to every step of the registration process.
Carleton Central How To Videos
If you’re having trouble navigating Carleton Central, the Registrar’s office has produced a series of videos on how to register for courses.
Student Registration Assistance Team
If you’d like to speak to someone about registration, the Student Registration Assistance Team is available Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
They’re available to help with first-year course selection, building a conflict free timetable and more.
If you still have questions, or need more help, please reach out to your Academic Advisors for assistance. We are available for assistance with course selection, concentration information, academic performance, and more. Academic Advising is available both in person and over email.