When you enrol in a class without validation, you enrol in your classes directly without validating the schedule and requisites beforehand.
This can be a long tedious process. You might want to consider enrolling with validation instead. This option lets you build your class schedule, check that the classes fit your schedule and that your requirements are met before actually submitting your final request to enrol in the classes. See the How to Enrol (With validation) job aid for details.
When enrolling, Continuing Education students must pay all applicable course fees. The last step in the enrolment process is for you to pay these fees. Once payment is made, you will be enrolled in the course.
Make sure you have your credit card handy before you start!
You can enrol in classes without validation using the Enrol link in the Academics section or your home page.
This shows the classes that are already in your Shopping Cart. Your current class schedule is shown at the bottom of this page.
To add more classes to the Shopping Cart, click the Class Search button. See the How to Search for Classes job aid for the steps.
At this point you must confirm that you have selected all the right classes for enrolment. To make changes, click the PREVIOUS button at the bottom of the page.
Your submission has been evaluated and the result is shown in the Message column.
There are two types of messages that you might receive:
|Success - You have enrolled in the class successfully. You now have ten minutes to make the payment.||√|
|Error - A potential problem has been found that has stopped you from enrolling in the class||√ or X|
The () Results Help link will help you interpret some of the messages that you may encounter.
If errors are encountered, you may have to add, drop or swap classes and try enrolling again. To do this click the Add, Drop or Swap tab. See the How to Drop a Class and How to Swap a Class job aids for details.
Some courses span multiple terms. For example, CBLG10A/B is a multi-term course where:
If you selected a multi-term course, you are enrolled in a class for Part A. You will automatically be enrolled in the class for Part B of the same course in the subsequent term.
Enrolment in the Part B is not done immediately, but will occur prior to the opening of enrolment for the subsequent term.
Click the My Class Schedule button to see the effects of the enrolment on your class schedule.