Centre for Extended Learning (CEL)
East Campus 3 (EC3)
195 Columbia St. W.
To make sure you are prepared for your Spring 2019 online course(s) please review the following:
Access to your course and important dates
You will have access to your course(s) in LEARN, Waterloo's Learning Management System on the first day of the term.
Make sure you review the important dates on the Registrar's website to be sure you meet all your deadlines.
The University's exam schedule will be posted on Wednesday May 29, but will not include room and seat assignments for online courses.
Confirm your final examination arrangements
Check LEARN to see if your course has a final exam. If it does, read the information in our examinations section and follow the appropriate step below.
If you are taking both on-campus and online courses:
- you will be scheduled to write your final exams on the Waterloo campus. You should login to Quest or Portal a week before your exam to check your seat and room assignment.
If you are taking only online courses:
- and you live within 100 km of an examination centre, you must select that centre in Quest by Sunday May 19. If you have more than two exams you will also need to find a proctor for the additional exam(s). You will be able to make changes to your examination centre after the exam schedule goes live on May 29 until June 14.
- otherwise you will need to find a proctor. Your proctor's information should be submitted by Tuesday June 11.
Get your textbooks
Confirm your contact information is correct
The University communicates with you via the information on your file in Quest. All email is sent to your official uWaterloo email address, including communictions about your final exam.
Keep your contact information, including email address, mailing address, and phone number up to date, even on a co-op term.
Review the University's Statement on official student email address.
Review system requirements
Check your system and software to ensure you'll be able to access your online course in Waterloo LEARN. Internet access is required for all online courses.
Visit our student resources page
Review our Student resources page for information that will help you during your studies at Waterloo.