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Registrar's Office Services

Student

First Year Students have access to UPEI’s Jumpstart Program. This program allows students to learn about campus services and interact with other incoming students prior to their arrival at UPEI.

Students graduating from high school that wish to attend UPEI but don't quite meet admission requirements can still attend by applying to UPEI's Transition Program.

Students can add or enrol in courses using their student ID and PIN at UPEI's Campus Login.

Students in any year can apply for financial support in the form of scholarships, bursaries, and awards.

Students at UPEI must apply to graduate before October 31 of their final academic year (for undergraduate programs, this is most often in the fourth year of study), using Campus Login.

Upper-year students can apply to participate in New Student Orientations as “NSO Leaders”.

Students, alumni, families, and groups can book guided tours of UPEI.

Some academic programs at UPEI offer students the option to challenge for credit.

Faculty members and their students may create Directed Studies courses, following UPEI's Academic Regulations. 

Students must declare a major or minor to the UPEI Registrar, and apply to change their program, major, or minor by the end of their second year of study. Declarations may be changed at a later date.

Students enrolled in courses have the option of dropping or discontinuing them with varying levels of refund, depending on how far into the semester it is.

Students placed on academic probation or suspension can file an academic appeal to the Senate Committee on Academic Appeals.

Students with extenuating circumstances may request to discontinue courses after the deadline.

Student Affairs offers students assistance in choosing their courses. Appointments can be booked throughout the week.

Students can add themselves to the waiting list for courses that are currently full. As the semester begins, spaces may open up.

Students with credits from other post-secondary institutions can have those credits assessed as part of their UPEI applications.

UPEI transcripts can be sent from the Registrar’s Office directly to other universities or colleges, or to an official in an organization.

Students can request official copies of transcripts for mailing to other institutions, and unofficial copies for personal use only.

If students cannot attend convocation they can obtain their degree or diploma though other methods. 

Students enrolled at UPEI wishing to take courses at other institutions for credit towards their UPEI degree or diploma requirements must complete and submit for review, a Letter of Permission.

Students admitted to Graduate Studies programs must register each semester using the Graduate Student Registration Form.

Students who are not admitted to a program may register for a course as an "Unclassified Student".

Incoming students who participate in First Year Advisement Counselling have the option of registering for courses in advance of the regular registration period.

Academic dress may be rented for graduation photos throughout the year at the UPEI Bookstore. 

Under exceptional circumstances (severe illness, jury duty, personal or family tragedy) students may request a “special examination” outside of the final examination period. Students must make application to the Registrar within 48 hours following a missed examination.

Staff

Academic dress may be rented for graduation photos throughout the year at the UPEI Bookstore. 

Prospective Student

Students graduating from high school that wish to attend UPEI but don't quite meet admission requirements can still attend by applying to UPEI's Transition Program.

Students in any year can apply for financial support in the form of scholarships, bursaries, and awards.

Individuals who are or will be 21 years of age or older on the first day of a pending semester and who have been out of school for at least three years may apply as a mature student. 

Students can apply to UPEI in hopes of transferring from another institution.

Potential students living outside of Canada can apply to study at UPEI.

Students can apply to UPEI while they are still attending high school.

Students, alumni, families, and groups can book guided tours of UPEI.

Students must declare a major or minor to the UPEI Registrar, and apply to change their program, major, or minor by the end of their second year of study. Declarations may be changed at a later date.

Student Affairs offers students assistance in choosing their courses. Appointments can be booked throughout the week.

Students with credits from other post-secondary institutions can have those credits assessed as part of their UPEI applications.

Students enrolled at UPEI wishing to take courses at other institutions for credit towards their UPEI degree or diploma requirements must complete and submit for review, a Letter of Permission.

Students admitted to Graduate Studies programs must register each semester using the Graduate Student Registration Form.

Students who are not admitted to a program may register for a course as an "Unclassified Student".

Incoming students who participate in First Year Advisement Counselling have the option of registering for courses in advance of the regular registration period.

Faculty

Changes to course listings in the Academic Calendar must go through the faculty, be approved by APCC (Academic Planning and Curriculum Committee), and finally be approved by UPEI Senate.

Faculty members and their students may create Directed Studies courses, following UPEI's Academic Regulations. 

Faculty can ask to have a new classroom for their course by submitting a written request to the Registrar's Office. 

Academic dress may be rented for graduation photos throughout the year at the UPEI Bookstore. 

Community Member/Visitor

Individuals who are or will be 21 years of age or older on the first day of a pending semester and who have been out of school for at least three years may apply as a mature student. 

Students, alumni, families, and groups can book guided tours of UPEI.

Visitors representing secondary schools can book UPEI recruitment presentations through Student Affairs.

Alumni

Individuals who are or will be 21 years of age or older on the first day of a pending semester and who have been out of school for at least three years may apply as a mature student. 

Students, alumni, families, and groups can book guided tours of UPEI.

UPEI transcripts can be sent from the Registrar’s Office directly to other universities or colleges, or to an official in an organization.

If students cannot attend convocation they can obtain their degree or diploma though other methods. 

Academic dress may be rented for graduation photos throughout the year at the UPEI Bookstore.