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King’s University College


King’s Registration Handbook 2018-2019 - 1


Welcome to the 2018-2019 King’s University College Registration Guide. The information in this guide will assist you in registering for your courses for the 2018-2019 academic year and provides fee payment details. Please read this guide thoroughly.

STUDENT CENTRE’S “DRAFT MY SCHEDULE” FEATURE This feature allows you to build a draft version of your timetable prior to enroling in your courses. View your schedule as it would appear on a weekly basis and prepare for your course enrolment appointment time.

RELEASE OF INFORMATION PRIVACY UPDATE To give a third party (parents/spouse/friends) the ability to access information or a service on your behalf, log into your Student Center using your email username and password and select the “Release of Information” link under “Personal Information”. From here you can specify the individual to whom you wish to give access and the specific access that you wish to assign to this individual. If you have previously completed an ROI for your Student Account that was not electronic, it will still be considered valid (until the date you specified it to expire). To access the electronic ROI, please visit


Continuing King’s students who are in good academic standing can select courses during the course registration period via the Student Centre. King’s students who are “On Probation” must have their course selection approved by responding to the “On Probation” email they received. Please note that first-time registrants at King’s must receive academic counselling prior to course selection/registration. If you have not already done so, please book your Summer Academic Orientation (SAO) appointment:


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Full-time students (3.5-5.0 courses) must have at least 3.0 courses at King’s. Part-time students (0.5-3.0 courses) must have at least half of their courses at King’s. If a course is offered at King’s, it cannot be taken at Western or another affiliate college. A course at Western may only be chosen if it is not offered at King’s, Brescia or Huron. Students who may be unable to fulfill residency requirements because required or principal courses are not available at King’s should contact the Academic Dean’s Office. Enrolment Services will monitor course registrations during on-line and in-person registration periods to ensure that students meet residency requirements. Students may be removed, without notice, from courses in which they are ineligible to register. Potential scholarship recipients must ensure course requirements are met. For details on course registration and application information on Awards, Scholarships and Bursaries, see:


During the main registration period for Fall/Winter courses, course selection dates are grouped by year in the following sequence: • Year 4 Students The week of June 19th • Year 3 Students The week of July 3rd • Year 2 Students The week of July 10th NOTE: Year 1 Students are not competing for the same courses as senior students, therefore, they may select courses at any time during the enrolment period after they have received academic counselling. To register for Fall/Winter courses, you will receive a registration start time. This registration start time is available via the Student Centre, where you will also register. An email is sent to your Western e-mail account to inform you when this information is available. Your registration start time is your earliest web registration date; you can continue registering after this point, but it is recommended you utilize your scheduled registration start time for best course selection.



Web Registration Information Course Enrolment Information Step by Step Guide to Registration Special Topics Courses King’s Timetable (WILL BE UPDATED WITH LINK WHEN AVAILABLE)


PHONE: 519-433-3491 x.4999 or, toll free 1-800-265-4406 EMAIL: KINGS@UWO.CA


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Generic Fee Schedules are posted on-line at the beginning of June at fees-and-responsibilities/schedules/ Your personalized fee statements will be available on-line by mid-July at Log-in using your Western username and password. Tuition Due Dates - Domestic Students - August 15th, 2018 - 1st installment of tuition and residence fees (if applicable) due for domestic non-OSAP students - January 10th, 2019 - 2nd installment of tuition and residence fees (if applicable) due for Domestic non-OSAP students on payment Plan B (if applicable). Tuition Due Dates - International Students - August 1, 2018 - 1st installment of tuition and residence fees (if applicable) due for International Students - November 1, 2018 - 2nd installment of tuition and residence fees (if applicable) due for International Students on payment Plan B (if applicable). Health and Dental Plan Opt-Out: A Health and Dental Plan fee is included as part of the Full Time activity fees. If a student has the same or more coverage, they can choose to opt-out on-line at The deadline to opt-out is September 26th, 2018 at 11:30pm. Scholarship and Bursaries: In-course award applications typically open August 1st and are due September 30th. For further information, including eligibility criteria and applications, please visit scholarships-awards-and-bursaries/ OSAP Students: Students using OSAP to help pay for their fees need to complete the on-line application by June 30th and have all supporting documents submitted by July 15th. Further information and helpful hints can be found on-line at http://www.kings.uwo. ca/current-students/money-matters/financial-aid/ontario-student-assistance-program-osap/ Parking Passes: Student Finance Contact Info: Phone: 519-433-3491 x. 4319 or 1-800-265-4406 Fax: 519-963-0975 Email:

NEED HELP? CONTACT US! King’s University College Western University 266 Epworth Avenue London, ON | N6A 2M3 (Phone) 519-433-3491 ext. 4999 (Toll Free) 1-800-265-4406 ext. 4999 (Email) 2


1. Information Technology Services (ITS) - For Western email, technical support, wireless access, login, OWL, or classroom presentation needs see ITS in W047. 2. OWL - This is where your Professors will post all course-related information 3. Student Centre - Add/Drop/Swap your courses, view your personalized exam schedule, update your program information, view important financial information for summer and distance courses 4. Student Financial Services Portal - Manage your tuition payments, create your student invoice,; find contact information for individual financial counselling appointments and other financial resources including OSAP, bursaries, scholarships for King’s students; important documents such as tax receipts money-matters/ 5. Student Life - This webpage brings together many services offered at King’s to support you throughout your academic journey


Enrolment Services: Admission, course enrolment, transfer credits, timetabling issues, King’s helpline Email: Registration helpline: 519-433-3491 x. 4999 Academic Calendar: View course descriptions and prerequisites Program Checklists: Ensure that you have met the course requirements for your degree Student Centre: Add/Drop/Swap courses, view your personalized exam schedule, update your program information, view important financial information for summer and distance courses. COURSEWORK, TESTS/EXAMS AND EVALUATION Exam Information: Find information about exam schedules, consideration for missed exams or assignments, and exam conflicts, as well as accommodation for injury or disability at:

ACADEMIC SUPPORT SERVICES Cardinal Carter Library – Offers support with research, citations, and printing. You can also reserve a study room Academic Advising – Seek help with your course selection and eligibility for modules and degrees Drop-in Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 2-4pm and Friday 10-12pm in DL 104

Economics and Math Tutoring – Provides drop-in tutoring for math and economics classes

King’s Academic Mentoring Program (KAMP) – Will pair you with a mentor (a senior student) who will provide guidance and support to help ensure that you have a successful university experience

Learning Skills Services – Offers individual support, videos, written information, and drop-in workshops to help with a variety of academic skills

The Write Place – Offers writing support in areas such as clarity, structure, cohesion and mechanics. They also offer an English conversation group and an ESL writing specialist

STUDENT LIFE AND CAMPUS SERVICES Campus Ministry – Provides pastoral counselling, spiritual care, faith resources and outreach Career Services – Provides support with connecting your field of study to occupational alternatives, creating post-degree educational plans, accessing resources to develop your resume and job search strategies

Food Services – For meal plan information, dietary needs, menus and reloading your card

Information Technology Services – For technical support, wireless access, logins, OWL, or classroom presentation needs see ITS in W047

King’s International – Provides advising, events, employment, financial and other information for international students; information on study abroad/exchange for Canadian students

Personal Counselling – This website provides self-help resources, information about after-hours care, and contact information to schedule an appointment with a psychotherapist

Accessibility Services – For information about resources for students with medical conditions, injuries, and/or disabilities

Students’ Council – Your student representatives want to ensure that all students feel like they belong and are supported in every aspect of student life

Student Financial Services Portal – Manage your tuition, create your student invoice, and find contact information for individual financial counselling appointments


Registration Guide 2018  
Registration Guide 2018