Fall 2014 Registration
Page updated July 23, 2014
Providence Student Portal
The Providence Student Portal can be used to access grades, transcripts, billing statements and degree progress. Students will also use the Portal to register for classes.
Student Portal login instructions will be mailed to new students. Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have not received your login by the start of the registration period.
When to register
Providence Student Leaders and Senior Students
Access begins August 6, and ends September 9
|New and Returning Students
||Access begins August 13, and ends September 9
Registration will close at 12:00 midnight of the day specified for each group. Students who have not registered by that time will need to complete their registration using a paper form during the course change period (September 10-16) and late registration fees will apply. Students are encouraged to register online as soon as possible to ensure they can register for limited enrollment courses.
Students should be aware of the University College Fall 2014 course change policy:
- Deadline to add or drop courses (using the student portal) without a fee: September 9, 2014
- Deadline to add or drop courses (using a paper course change form in the Registrar's Office) with a fee: September 16, 2014
- Deadline to voluntarily withdraw from a Winter 2014 course (University College only): November 4, 2014
Where to register
Students can register from any computer with internet access. Log in to the Providence Student Portal at http://prov.ca/sp. For your convenience, there is a web kiosk available in the Registrar's Office on the Providence campus during regular business hours, 8:15 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday. Office staff will be available to guide you through the online registration process.
Students who wish to register for an online course, directed or independent study course, or a practicum or internship should visit the Distance Education section of our website. It is not possible to register for online, directed/independent or practicum/internship courses via the Providence Student Portal.
Who can register?
You must be a current student, returning student or accepted student to register. If you believe you should be eligible to register and the registration option is not listed in your “Classes” menu in your Student Portal during the correct dates, please contact the Registrar’s Office.
Academic Advising is an important part of the registration process. It is the student's responsibility to ensure all degree requirements for graduation are met, but academic advisors are here to help. Students may contact their advisors by phone, email, or in person during the Fall 2014 Academic Advising Period which begins July 21. Go to our Academic Advising page for more information.
Fall 2014 Orientation