Find your registration date
We’ll email you about 2 weeks before your registration opens to let you know that your personalized date and time are available on the Student Service Centre (SSC). Check to make sure your email address is correct on the SSC to make sure you get this email.
You’ll be able to find your registration date and time under the Registration Status in your Course Schedule.
See registration dates
Pay your deposit
Starting Winter Session 2021, the registration deposit has been removed from most undergraduate degree programs for continuing undergraduate students. The registration deposit is still required for most certificates and diplomas for continuing students.
If you are required to pay a registration deposit, you will see your deposit in your Student Service Centre (SSC) under “Pay Fees”, once your registration date has been released.
You will need to pay it before your registration date. It may take a day or two for your payment to be processed, depending on how you paid.
- If you’re new to UBC, you must pay a non-refundable acceptance deposit which will count as your first registration deposit.
- If you’re a continuing student and you are required to pay a registration deposit, you cannot refund nor transfer your registration deposit to a future session once you register for a course within the session of the deposit.
Both acceptance and registration deposits will be counted towards your tuition fees after you register.
Check your program requirements
Check the degree and specialization requirements for your program in the Academic Calendar.
Looking for help? Take a look at some registration tips from Academic Advisors.
First-year students should refer to our first-year planning guides to help ensure you meet the requirements for your program
Build your course worklists
View the course schedule to find the courses you would like to register for and start building your worklist.
Prepare a few draft worklists in advance of your registration date. View our video tutorials for step-by-step instructions:
View the video tutorials