For general information about registration, prerequisites, changing programs, changing student status (i.e. part-time vs. full-time), or taking a course at another university, see/contact Enrolment Services or Academic Advising. For information specific to the Faculty of Science, see Science Academic Advising. If you have questions relating to Mathematics, contact:
- Undergraduate Advising: firstname.lastname@example.org. All inquiries should be submitted by email only.
- MSc Academic Advising: email@example.com
If you would like to take more than 2.5 credits in one term, you will have to fill out the Mathematics Course Overload Request Form.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I register for a course at another institution?
You will need to email a request to the undergraduate advisor relating to this form and forward the undergraduate advisor's email response to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If the course is offered through the University of Waterloo, you will have to complete a uWaterloo cross-registration form (no letter of permission request form is required). You'll need the undergraduate advisor's signature and the signature of the uWaterloo instructor on this form.
It is relatively easy to get permission to take an elective course elsewhere but you must have a good reason to take a required course elsewhere. For more information, see Taking Courses at Another University.
I get an error message when I try to register for a course on LORIS.
I want to change my program of study. How do I go about doing this?
I have decided to withdraw from the university. What do I need to do?
You should discuss your situation with an undergraduate advisor before making this decision. If you are a Laurier Brantford student, submit the Brantford Notice of Withdrawal Form. If you are a Laurier Waterloo student, email Service Laurier indicating your decision to withdraw to initiate the official process. For detailed information on the withdrawal process, see Withdrawing from Laurier. Students who leave the university without following the official process will have each of the applicable courses recorded as a failure and will not be eligible to apply for a refund of fees.