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Registration Procedures

Master of Education

 Registration steps:

Step 1.  Activate Your Student Portal Account – Go to
Through “” you will be able to access registration as well as information regarding your academic status, degree progression, financial status and other important information.

To activate your “” account, begin with clicking on “I am a New or Returning Student or Alumnus” link.  Read and follow the instructions on each screen.  This process will also provide you with a Brock E-mail account and a Brock computer account.  When you have completed activating your “” account, log in using your student number and your new password.

Brock University Departments/Centres, as well as the Office of Graduate Studies, will use only your Brock (badger) e-mail address as a means of contacting you.  It is your responsibility to check this account often.  You cannot forward this e-mail address to any hotmail or any other e-mail address you may have.

Step 2.  Click on “Student Self Serve” in the black toolbar along the top of the page.  Click on “Register Graduate Programs” in the menu along the left side of the page.

Step 3.  Declaration – Enter your student number and select the program/session (EG.. Master of Education: Fall/Winter) from the drop down menu. You will be asked to complete a declaration in three areas:

  1. Program of Study (check "I agree")
  2. Status in Program (full- or part-time) (check "I agree")
  3. Immigration Status (check "I agree")

If you disagree with any information displayed, click the “I disagree button” under the information in question. Once you have answered each section of the Declaration, click the GO button. You will be permitted to register.

Entering "I disagree" in your declaration will NOT change your status officially. To affect a change in one of the three areas above, you must contact the Office of Graduate Studies or the Graduate Program Director. You will only be permitted to continue with the registration process once you have completed all three areas of the declaration.

Step 4.  Registration -   To see a complete list of courses, please refer to the bottom right of the screen.  If the course is available it will be displayed. 

To register for your first course, enter the "Course Name" (eg. EDUC) and the "Course Number" (eg. 5P00). Click "GO" - you do not need to enter the day/time information. Once you have clicked "GO", you will be presented with the section(s) of the courses that you can choose from. Note that, in many cases, there is only one section of each course available.

Click "Add" to register in the course section of your choice. If a course section is already full, the "Add" option will not appear and a message ** FULL ** will show on the left side of your screen. A green message will appear indicating that you have successfully registered in the course and the course will be added to your "List of Registered Courses" at the bottom of your screen. If you are unsuccessful at registering for your selected course section, a red message will appear and explain the error encountered.

Step 5:  Repeat Step 4 for each of your remaining courses. You may change your selected elective courses as often as necessary until on-line registration closes.

Dropping a course:  If you wish to change your course registration prior to the close of online registration (see Important Dates), you simply need to re-visit the registration section of Before you may register in your new course selection(s), you must first drop your existing courses(s). You can do this by clicking on the "Drop" option next to the appropriate course(s) in your "List of Registered Courses" in the lower half of the screen.

If web registration has closed, please download and use the Registration Form (Course Add/Drop) located on the web at:     Please submit or fax (905-688-0748) this form to the Office of Graduate Studies and it will be forwarded to the program for approval and processed.

If you have any question regarding course registration please contact Lynn Duhaime, email,  regarding your student record please contact Lorraine Sciamonte at extension 3239 or email

Payment of Fees:

Please note that statements are not automatically mailed after each transaction. You are financially responsible for any courses registered in, after your initial billing, without further notice. Fees for full-time are part-time students are on a term-by-term basis and are due at the time of registration for each term. An invoice will be mailed by the Finance Dept. and payment dates and options will be noted on that statement. Failure to receive a bill does not excuse you from the responsibility of payment. You can check your account balance on the Brock website at any time by clicking on the Student Self Service icon and then going to the Main Menu under Finance History.

Payment Options:

  1. Via internet, telephone or ATM
  2. Banking services at Scotia Bank, Royal Bank, CIBC, Bank of Montreal, TD Canada Trust and most Ontario Credit Unions. Payment should show on your account within 24-48 hours.
  3. In person at any branch of the above financial institutions except Credit Unions. Payment should show on your account within 5 business days.
  4. Mail cheque or money order to the address listed on your statement. Payment should show on your account within 10 business days


HELP! If, after following the registration instructions, you encounter difficulty completing your registration, please call us at:

Office of Graduate Studies
905-688-5550, extension 3239
Monday - Friday
8:00 am to 4:30 pm
for advice/assistance

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