Registration

 

Pay your deposits

 
First-year students
You must pay your $425 Tuition Deposit, before you can register. You are not required to pay a Registration Deposit ($125) for the Fall or Winter semester for your first year.

Continuing students
You must pay a $125 non-refundable Registration Deposit per semester before you can register for your courses. To register for both the Fall 2022 and the Winter 2023 semesters, you will need to pay a total of $250. The deposit will be credited toward your tuition; however, if you choose to drop all courses for the semester Mount Royal will retain the deposit. You can pay your deposit starting March 7, 2022 for the Fall 2022 and Winter 2023.

If you are a current student who has applied and been accepted to a new program, you are required to pay the $425 Tuition Deposit. The deposit will be credited toward your tuition; however, if you choose to drop all courses for the semester Mount Royal will retain the deposit.

How to pay deposits
To pay by Visa or MasterCard, visit MyMRU > Register & Pay > Pay Deposits and select the deposit you wish to pay. You will be prompted to enter your credit card information. Please ensure the cardholder’s current mailing address is entered exactly as it shows on credit card statements.

Paying your deposit through online banking will result in a delay in your registration due to manual processing. If you pay through online banking, you must email studentfees@mtroyal.ca to notify them that a deposit has been paid and for which term. 

To pay by debit, cash, money order or credit card, visit the Office of the Registrar (A101). 

 

When can I register?

 
Your registration access date is the first day you can register for classes for a specific semester. Starting March 7, 2022 find your potential registration access date by visiting MyMRU > Register & Pay > Registration Access Date. Once you've paid your deposit, view your registration access date by visiting MyMRU > Register & Pay > Registration Landing Page > Check your Registration Status.

Note: If you are registering in undergraduate or academic upgrading courses select the CREDIT term.

First-year students
You can register for your courses once you have received a (Conditional) Offer of Admission and paid your $425 Tuition Deposit. Registration usually begins mid-April for Fall and Winter semesters, and end of March or early April for Spring and Summer semesters.

Current students
Continuing students are assigned a registration access date based on the percentage they have completed towards their credentialed program (including transfer credits). The more credits that you accumulate, the earlier you will be able to register. Registration for all semesters begins mid-March.

If you pay your Registration Deposit on or after your Registration Access Date, you can register immediately. If your payment is made prior to your Registration Access Date, you must wait until it is your day to register.

Students enroled in non-credentialed programs are assigned the last day of registration for continuing students. Non-credentialed programs include: Academic Upgrading, Indigenous University Bridging Program, Bachelor of Arts - Undeclared, Bachelor of Education - minor undeclared, English Language Program, Open Studies and University Entrance Option.

If you are a current student who has applied and been accepted to a new program, you are required to pay the $425 tuition deposit before you will be eligible to register for courses in your new program.

Spring and Summer registration is independent of Full Year Registration. You can register for Spring/Summer Semesters in accordance with the dates outlined in the Academic Schedule.

 

Get advised


We recommend that you contact your academic advisor prior to selecting your courses. Find the advisor for your program.

First-year students
Read your program advising guide to find recommendations for course selection. Mandatory advising is required prior to registration for certain programs. Please refer to your admission package for further information. After reading your advising guide, you can contact your academic advisor if you have additional questions or would like them to review your selections.

Transfer students
Read your program advising guide and pay attention to information specifically for students with previous post-secondary course work. Action from you is likely required to optimize your transfer equivalencies. 

Mandatory advising is required prior to registration for certain programs. Please refer to your admission package for further information. After reading your advising guide, you can contact your academic advisor if you have additional questions or would like them to review your selections.

Continuing students
Review your mruGradU8 (MyMRU> My Program> mruGradU8) to ensure courses are being used where you think they should be. Consult the program planning guide for your major to help with course selection and planning. After consulting these tools, you can contact your academic advisor if you have additional questions or would like them to review and discuss your plan.

 

Allowable Absence - eligibility for reactivation

 

Continuing credit students do not require reactivation to register in courses, but must pay a Registration Deposit of $125 per semester for Fall and Winter semesters. Access MyMRU (Register & Pay tab) to pay your Registration Deposit.

Students who have interrupted their studies but remain within the allowable absence period are eligible for reactivation. Use the details below to determine if you are within the allowable absence period and are eligible for reactivation. If you are, follow the required steps to submit your reactivation request.

Students who have interrupted their program for longer than the allowable absence period are required to reapply for admission.

 

 

 

 

Students who have interrupted their studies but remain within the allowable absence period are eligible for reactivation. Reactivation requests can be completed beginning the first week of March.

  • To reactivate your student record within the allowable absence period, email creditregistration@mtroyal.ca from your MyMRU email address and include the following information:
    • Full legal name
    • Date of birth
    • MRU Student ID
    • The semester(s) you wish to be reactivated for
    • Address, phone number and email

Reactivation requests will be processed within three business days during the reactivation period.