Registration is the formal admission of a student to a programme of study, or research, leading to a degree of the College or to any academic award for which a degree or other approved form of qualification is a necessary entry condition.
Upon admission, a student is enrolled for an academic year.
We have three equal semesters of 12 weeks each.
Full fees for each semester must be paid in order for a student to study in a given semester.
The official registration period is one week. Additional time is provided for late registration which will attract a penalty. These times are on the academic calendar.
Students are encouraged to register for the units load recommended by the department. Fewer units may be registered for depending on the student's ability to pay for them. Full fees for all the units must be paid before the examinations are taken. Registering for more units than one can pay for (consequences).
If a student registers for units that they are not able to pay for before the exams even though they would have done the course work, the units will be nullified and no course work mark will be carried forward. They will need to study for the units again.
Students must undertake academic registration at the beginning of every semester in order to.
What registration involves
Who should not register
Continuing students will be prevented from registering if they are on suspension or have been discontinued from their program of study.
All new students will be issued with a student ID card three weeks after registration.
Student IDs are to be carried at all times when a student is within the College campus.
The student’s ID Number, name and program must be quoted in all correspondences.
The student’s ID must be surrendered at the end of the study period.