We’ve gathered our most useful registration tools on this page to help you make a well-informed course selection and plan your timetable before the start of the registration period.
Undergraduate program and course calendars
Consult the official source of information on all University of Ottawa undergraduate programs. You can find your program requirements, such as which mandatory, optional and elective courses you need to take, and read course descriptions.
Find your program in the list of programs offered by discipline.
Created to help you use our online registration tool, the Rabaska tutorial contains tips and explains functions like finding and changing courses, checking your program requirements, working with your audit and much more.
Consult the Rabaska tutorial.
Understanding course schedules
Better understand how to read course codes and know the differences between teaching methods. You will also find links to consult a full list of codes and abbreviations used in course and exam timetables.
Learn to understand course schedules.
Search all courses offered at the University of Ottawa, read course descriptions and find out which sections are offered, when and where. You can also see the professor's name about one month before the start of the session.
Use the course timetable tool.
Build samples of your course timetable for the Fall and Winter sessions. The template is already divided into timeslots according to the University's course schedule.
Printable PDF | Excel version
Many registration-related tools are accessible through uoZone. Here are a few.
Courses — Places available
When you register, you have access to courses based on criteria such as your program of studies, your discipline and your year of studies. The Courses – Places available tool allows you to view the number of spots available in a course for someone with your profile as well as the total number of places available in the course.
Confirmation of registration
The Confirmation of registration tool checks the accuracy of both your personal data, such as your name, date of birth and other personal details, and your academic data, such as the program you are registered in, the session (Fall or Winter), your classification (part time or full time), the courses you are registered for and the registration confirmation numbers. It serves as your proof of registration at the University of Ottawa.
Free space notification service
Rabaska has a free space notification service, if you're interested in a class that is currently full. You can sign up for an email alert sent to your @uOttawa address if a spot becomes available. Registering for this service does not guarantee you a space. If you receive a notice, go to Rabaska right away to register for the course. Available spots are limited and assigned on a first-come, first-served basis.
S Report — Evaluation of teaching and courses
Students fill out a teaching evaluation questionnaire to evaluate all courses consisting of at least nine hours with the same professor. Once compiled, results are available in the S Report, which describes certain aspects of a professor's teaching methods. The report is available through uoZone, under Applications.