Frequently asked questions
If you are having difficult logging into MyMRU, ensure that you have activated your MyMRU account.
If you have activated your account and are experiencing technical difficulties using MyMRU, please contact the IT Service Desk at 403.440.6000 or 1.888.708.5508.
If the courses you wish to complete are restricted, completing General Education courses and electives are a good choice before gaining admission to your intended program.
- Cluster 1: Numeracy and Scientific Literacy;
- Cluster 2: Values, Beliefs, and Identity;
- Cluster 3: Community and Society;
- Cluster 4: Communication.
Post-secondary institutions across Alberta may accept Mount Royal upgrading courses a high school equivalents. If you plan to transfer to another institution, check with that institution to determine if Mount Royal upgrading courses will be accepted.
Block week courses will be identified both in the Notes section of the course listing and also through the course delivery pattern.
You should also know that a "D" grade is below a 2.0 and can negatively affect your Academic Standing. Please review Academic Standing for more information. Your Academic Advisor can also provide you with information about strategies and services to help you with your Academic Standing should you need support.
If you have been required to withdraw, you will received an email notification to your MRU email account and you must withdraw from Mount Royal for a period of twelve months. You may appeal this decision. Appeal procedures can be found in the Academic Calendar or by contacting Academic Advising Services.
In order to regain admission to Mount Royal following a requirement to withdraw, you will need to submit an application. You are encouraged to meet with Academic Advising Services to discuss your plan and the timeline for readmission.