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Course Selection & WebAdvisor

Please read the academic schedules & the information below very carefully.

Delivery Formats
The University of Guelph-Humber is looking forward to a vibrant on-campus experience this fall. Closely following public health guidelines and government regulations, we are currently planning for a substantial proportion of our courses to be offered face-to-face on campus starting this September.

If public health and government regulations change, and/or mandate continued social distancing as the fall semester nears, we will adapt our plans accordingly, always keeping safety as our top priority.

To provide students with additional learning options, we are also planning to make more online choices available for students in selected courses and sections.

The University of Guelph-Humber will be offering Fall 2021 courses in four delivery methods: In-Person, HyFlex, Alternate Delivery, and Distance.

  1. ​In-Person (face-to-face)
    On-campus, in-person classes will be delivered in the fall.

    Courses that are In-Person delivery do not have a colour code.
     
  2. HyFlex
    Some courses for Fall 2021 will be offered in HyFlex format delivery

    Information on HyFlex format delivery can be found here.

    Courses that are HyFlex delivery will be colour coded as HyFlex IP or Virtual HyFlex

    NOTE: Students must choose In-person or virtual options. Please carefully examine the information here prior to registration.

     
  3. Alternate Format
    Some courses for Fall 2021 will be offered in an Alternate Format delivery.

    Information on alternate format delivery can be found here.

    Courses that are alternate delivery will be colour coded as Alternate
     
  4. Distance Education Courses
    Information on Distance Education delivery can be found here.

    Courses that are exclusively on-line will be colour coded as Distance

In the event the university must cancel the majority of In-Person or HyFlex classes due to updated public health guidelines and government regulations, no lectures will occur on campus and will be delivered remotely; however some laboratories will require on-campus attendance. These will be noted on the schedule as * please see important information below.

Placement/Practicum Courses
Placements and internships will be delivered safely within local health authority guidelines. Please contact your Placement Coordinator for more information

 

Please note: 

  1. In-Person, Hyflex and Alternate Delivery will not be noted on webadvisor during course selection.  Students are advised to make note of these courses prior to registration.
  2. Fall 2021 delivery format updates will occur​​​​ as required up to Course Selection commencement. Students are strongly encouraged to check for delivery format updates prior to registration.
  3. The colours above and on the course schedules will not match the colour coding once in Student Planning.

Course Schedules

Fall 2021

Course selection windows will open at 9am on the following dates:

  • Monday July 12th, 2021 - Students with complete & in progress credits totaling 13.50 or greater
  • Tuesday July 13th, 2021 - Students with complete & in progress credits totaling 7.50 or greater
  • Thursday July 15th 2021 - Students with complete & in progress credits totaling 0.50 or greater
  • Friday July 16th 2021 - Students with complete & in progress credits of 0.00 credits or greater

Course Overload Period for Fall 2021

  • Tuesday August 10th 2021 - WebAdvisor to open for course overload (up to 3.25 credits)

Summer 2021

This will include: 

  • S21 (12 week schedule, May 10 - Aug 13) 
  • S1 (6 week format, May 10 - June 29) 
  • S2 (6 week format, July 5 - Aug 23)   

Review the Summer 2021 important dates.

Winter 2021

Review the Winter 2021 important dates.

How to register for courses

Watch a video tutorial or read step-by-step instructions on registering for courses.

About WebAdvisor

WebAdvisor is an internet-based tool used for course selection, paying fees and accessing services such as parking and lockers.

In order to use WebAdvisor you require an internet connection, a web browser and your login and password. You would have received your login and password in the New Student Guide sent to you when you first accepted the University's offer of admission.

Protect your WebAdvisor password, and never give it out.