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Register early to reserve your spot in a course and to avoid cancellations due to insufficient enrollment.

How to Register


• To register for in-class courses, visit
• To register for online courses/programs, visit
• To register by phone, call Toll Free 1-866-276-6601, Mon.-Fri., 8am-4pm

Have your credit card ready! Credit cards are the only accepted form of payment for online purchases.

Once you have registered, you will receive an email confirming registration/payment.

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General Information

Academic Policies

Age Requirements

Part-time students must be 19 years of age or older, or have a secondary school diploma to enroll in credit courses.

Bookstore and Textbooks
Book lists can be viewed through your account. Books may be purchased online and shipped directly to you or in-store pick up.

To view each campus bookstore online:
Classroom Location

Classroom locations are printed on all course confirmation receipts but are subject to change. Room numbers are posted at the main entrances of the College the first night of class. Note: Please make your family aware of your classroom number and the course in which you are enrolled. The Freedom of Information and Protection of Individual Privacy Act prevents St. Lawrence College from giving out this information to anyone, including family or friends.

Counseling and Accessibility Services
At St. Lawrence College (SLC), CAAS works collaboratively with students, faculty and staff to provide access and support to students through a range of Accessibility and Counselling Services.

Visit their website Counseling and Accessibility Services or email

Course Cancellation
Every effort will be made to offer courses as listed this semester. All courses are subject to cancellation by the College. To help avoid cancellation due to insufficient enrollment, register at least one week before the course start date.

Course Information
Students will be emailed a course confirmation once registered. Use this confirmation as an unofficial tax receipt (for reimbursement purposes). This form includes your student number and course details such as start date, time, room number, and fee.

Fees are payable in full at the time of registration. A late payment fee of $25 will be charged to those who attend a course without paying prior to the first class attended. While every effort is made to ensure accuracy of fees, where there is a discrepancy, the correct fee will be charged. Note: GST Business Number 10802 7202 RT0001.

Once you have completed your program you must Apply to Graduate. Convocation ceremonies are conducted in May/June each year. For more information on how you can participate in these ceremonies go to Graduation and Convocation. To confirm you have met the requirements for your program contact Online and Continuing Education.

Inclement Weather

Parking As of September 1, 2019 parking is no longer collected in Continuing Education course fees. 

Proof of paid parking must be displayed Monday to Friday, 7:00am to 8:30pm. No exceptions.

Click here for full parking details.

Official tax receipts are mailed out by February 28 for eligible courses taken between January 1 and December 31 of the previous year. To receive your receipt promptly, please ensure we have your correct mailing address.

Seniors' Fees
Students must identify themselves as seniors (65 years or older) when registering to receive a 15% discount off the tuition portion of funded course fees. Please contact Student Services for exact rates. No discounts are granted for supplies fees, non-funded, or general interest courses.

Test Centre Hours
Contact the test centre at your campus for more information.

Wait Lists
Students who register for a course which is full may be placed on a term wait list, and given priority to register if an opening becomes available. If admitted from a wait list, fees must be paid immediately in order to ensure the space is held. Wait lists do not carry forward to the next term.