Course Registration

Registration status Full-time students Part-time students Program welcome letters Self Service instructions

After you've applied and been accepted into a credit program at Keyano College, you must register for your courses. Your acceptance package will include how to register for courses and how much your tuition and student fees will cost.

To assist you in selecting your courses please review the program specific registration guides.

IMPORTANT: Students are now required to provide their Social Insurance Number at the point of registration. This is a requirement of the Canada Revenue Agency. If you do not have a Social Insurance Number (SIN) in Canada, please email Specialized Advisor to register for your courses.

Registration status

Once you have registered for your courses, you will be able to see your schedule and financial balance in our self service student portal.

You will be classified as either a full-time or part-time student.  You are responsible for knowing your registration status. A change in status may affect your eligibility for sponsorship, loans, athletics, scholarships, financial awards, and some College services. This status will be indicated on your schedule in self service portal.

PLEASE NOTE: Non-attendance is not accepted as a notice of withdrawal. Students must email the Office of the Registrar a Withdrawal form in order to withdraw from courses. Students are responsible for all changes made to their registration.

Full-time students

If you're taking 60% or more of the full program load in each term, you'll be enrolled as a full-time student. Please refer to your Course Registration Guides for the number of credits required to be full time in your program each semester.

This is for the purposes of enrolment reporting for agencies such as:

  • Alberta Students' Finance
  • Government of Canada

You must maintain full-time status throughout the term if you're receiving funding by student loans.

Part-time students

If you're taking less than 60% of the full program load, you'll be enrolled as a part-time student.

Program Welcome Letters

The departments are eager to welcome you to the College, read the Welcome Letter for your program below:

Academic Foundations

Advanced Care Paramedic 

College Preparation

Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science (Collaborative)

Bachelor of Science in Nursing (Collaborative)

Business Administration

Business Aviation

Early Learning & Childcare

Educational Assistant

English for Academic Purposes

Environmental Technology

Human Resource Management

Office Administration

Power Engineering Third Class Coop

Power Engineering Fourth Class Coop

Practical Nurse

Pre-Employment Heavy Equipment Technician 

Primary Care Paramedic

Social Work

UniversityTransfer: Bachelor of Arts

UniversityTransfer: Bachelor of Commerce

UniversityTransfer: Bachelor of Elementary Education

UniversityTransfer: Bachelor of Engineering

UniversityTransfer: Bachelor of Science

UniversityTransfer: Bachelor of Social Work

UniversityTransfer: Bachelor of Secondary Education

Self Service Instructions

How to add classes 

How to drop classes

How to view your schedule

How to view your T2202A

How to view your statement

How to view your unofficial transcript