Students register for spring, fall, and winter courses using Connect.
- Registration information for new students (admitted to the 2021-22 academic year)
- Registration information for current students
2021-22 course delivery formats
Each course will be delivered in one of the following three formats. The course delivery format for each individual course is clearly indicated in Connect. Please check each course component carefully – lectures and labs/tutorials for a single course may be delivered in different formats.
Sackville: Students are expected to be on campus and participate on the day and time listed on the timetable.
Scheduled, online only: Students are not required to be on campus but are expected to participate on the day and time listed on the timetable.
Unscheduled, online only: Students are not required to be on campus and there are no scheduled meeting times.
How do I know how each course is being delivered?
You register for courses online using Connect@MTA and each course is clearly labelled with one of the course delivery formats listed above. Please check each course component carefully – lectures and labs/tutorials for a single course may be delivered in different formats.
If I can’t make it to campus, how would this affect how I choose my courses?
If you can’t make it to campus, we recommend looking at the two online delivery formats. If there are on-campus courses you need to take, we recommend that you talk to an academic advisor about possible options.
Once I register for courses, can I change my course schedule if my personal circumstances change?
You can change your course schedule until the second week of classes in each term. The Fall term registration deadline is September 17, 2021. The Winter term registration deadline is January 21, 2022. You are encouraged to access academic advising (mta.ca/advising or email@example.com) and make choices that are right for your personal situation as well as your academic path.
If I plan to be on campus, can I still take some online courses?
You can take a blend of online courses and on-campus courses to best meet your needs.
All courses will be guided and supported by the faculty member teaching the course. Students are encouraged to contact their instructors with questions about specific courses, whether they are taking courses on campus or studying remotely.
For scheduled online classes there is a note in Connect that says ‘room to be announced.’ Do I have to be on campus for these classes?
No, please disregard the note. The only classes that you must be on campus for are the scheduled, with on-campus elements courses.
Who should I contact if I have questions on course registration?
For questions about:
- Course selection and advising: e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a virtual or phone appointment
- Course registration issues: visit RegHelp or e-mail email@example.com
- For questions about individual courses, please contact the course instructor or department head
- For all other course delivery questions: e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org