Don’t miss these important deadlines!
The winter term will soon be upon us and it will be full steam ahead with another busy semester. As you begin to tackle your readings and assignments, make sure to keep an eye on these key deadlines.
Paying your tuition and fees
If you don’t pay your tuition and other fees by January 31, 2020, a $77.50 late fee and interest will be charged to your account.
It’s important to remember that it can take three to five business days for your financial institution or bank to process your payment. There are several convenient methods to pay your fees.
You can confirm the balance owing on your account in the My Student Centre by clicking on account inquiry.
Registering and dropping courses
The last day to register or make section changes for courses starting this winter is January 20, 2020.
The deadline for dropping a course without having to pay for it, and without it appearing on your academic record (i.e., Did Not Enter, or DNE) is also January 20, 2020.
Students who drop their courses after the DNE date will receive a Discontinued (DISC) notation on their record and will be responsible for full payment of the tuition and other associated fees. The last day for academic withdrawal from a course (DISC) is April 15, 2020 (updated).
See how to swap and drop courses on your SIS student hub.
Are you on a wait-list for a class?
The last day to add yourself to a wait-list is the day of the DNE deadline. The wait-list process will be running until 4 p.m. on January 20, 2020.
This means that you may be automatically enrolled in a class until that time due to other students swapping and dropping courses on the DNE deadline. Therefore, please pay attention to your position on the wait-list.
If you are satisfied with your current schedule and no longer wish to be wait-listed for a class, be sure to remove your name from the wait-list. Once the DNE deadline has passed, any course for which you are wait-listed in this term will be removed.
Applying for special project funding?
The Concordia Council on Student Life (CCSL) makes funds available for projects that enhance or contribute to the quality of student life at the university.
The fund is designed to support innovative and unique activities: events, projects or initiatives that raise awareness or engage the student body in a social, political, educational or cultural context. Find more details on the Dean of Students web page.
Find out more about the winter 2020 academic dates.