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Student Services Transitioning to In-Person Service

Departments in Student Services will be starting to offer in-person service in April/May, along with continuing their remote services.

As of April 4, Student Central in the Rice Centre opened for in-person meetings - by appointment only. International, Immigrant and Refugee Student Services (IIRSS) on the 8th floor of Rice Centre opened on April 5 to assist international students. Appointments are strongly recommended.

Other departments in Student Services will also open for in-person service throughout April and early May. All areas are continuing to offer virtual/online options. For details on each department, please see:

Use the myVisit App

Need some help from staff in Student Central and/or Academic & Career Services? Download the myVisit app today.

The myVisit app enables students to add themselves to a virtual line for a drop-in Zoom session or for an in-person appointment at Student Central.

The app can also be used to book appointments for a Zoom meeting with an academic or career advisor. Appointments with advisors can also be booked through the website:

Klinic Health Services

Klinic on campus is once again available to provide virtual appointments to the University community. For more information, please visit:

Spring Term Registration

Tiered registration continues for Spring Term. Open registration starts on April 11.

The Spring Term begins on Mon., May 2, with courses scheduled to start/end on various dates throughout the term. See:

End of Winter Term + Make-up Days

April 6 was the last day of Winter Term 2022, except for courses that had a class on the first three days of term, which were cancelled due to concern about the surging Omicron variant:

  • class cancelled Thursday, Jan. 6 --> make-up class is Thursday, April 7
  • class cancelled Friday, Jan. 7 --> make-up class is Friday, April 8
  • class cancelled Saturday, Jan. 8 --> make-up class is Saturday, April 9

Winter Term Exams

The examination period is April 12 - 26.

For more information, please see:

Study Skills Workshops – Spring Term

Study Skills Workshops are designed to improve your learning skills and help you achieve your academic goals. Topics include time management, writing essays, and test-taking strategies.

Organized by Academic & Career Services, the series of six workshops will be held on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from May 9 – 20. Each session is held 9:00 to 9:50 am via Zoom.

Registration in advance is required. For details and to sign up, see:

Phone: 204-779-8946

Email: [email protected]

Published in Volume 76, Number 24 of The Uniter (April 7, 2022)

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