Preregistration and Registration-MA Courses

Preregistration for MA Courses is required

As a student in the Tri-U History program you have access to all courses offered each year at all institutions.

To reserve your place in your preferred courses, you must preregister. You cannot directly select courses from your home institution.

There are two periods of preregistration.

The primary preregistration period occurs in June or early July for the following academic year. You have access to all offerings at all institutions on a first-come, first-served basis. You will preregister for courses at Guelph and Laurier for both Fall and Winter, and for courses at Waterloo for Fall.

The second smaller preregistration period occurs in November for courses offered in Winter at Waterloo and are also filled on a first-come, first-served basis.

Preregistration Process

After you are admitted to one of Guelph, Laurier, or Waterloo (which becomes your home institution), you will receive an email outlining the process and dates for the June/July preregistration period. Follow the email instructions and choose your courses using the online survey during the defined time period. Course spaces are allotted on a first come, first served basis so preregister early.

Registration Process

Once you have preregistered and received your confirmation email, you must also register for all your choices through your home institution. Pre-registering in a course does not mean you are automatically enrolled in the course. Each university's process is slightly different so please follow the instructions for your home institution.