Intent to Register
Completing the Intent to Register (ITR) process lets Western know a student's preference for the next academic year. Students can indicate their program and/or module, as well as their course load (full or part time). It is mandatory for current first year students to complete the ITR. Upper year students can complete the ITR if there will be change in their preference. If they are just continuing in the same, they do not need to complete the ITR.
Online submission deadline is March 31, 2021 CLICK HERE FOR INSTRUCTIONS
Online submission is the best way but there are exceptions when paper forms are needed:
- Second degree students
- For other exceptions, click here
Scholars' Electives and Western Scholars
All first-year students should complete a paper Intent to Register form. Please contact Trish Regier via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org to book an appointment. Trish can then submit the form on your behalf.
All upper-year students should complete their Intent to Register forms on-line. If you are planning to create a themed degree or are considering a change to your program please contact Trish Regier email@example.com to complete your Intent to Register form on paper.
Western Scholars students needing assistance can contact Trish Regier firstname.lastname@example.org.
All first-year students should complete an Intent to Register form on-line
All upper-year students should complete an Intent to Register form on-line
Concurrent Degrees: please contact Trish Regier email@example.com for assistance.
Registration and Program Planning
Information to help you plan your selections
- Western Calendar
The calendar contains the course descriptions, program/module requirements for your department, grade and graduation requirements, important deadlines, rules and regulations of the University.
- Course outlines
As a guide, you can check this year's detailed course outlines on the departmental websites.
You might find it helpful to look at the textbooks in the UWO Bookstore.
- Course/professor evaluations
How students rated their courses and professors last year.