Registration is the formal process of becoming a member of the University, enabling you to attend lectures, receive tuition, sit exams, use the library and other facilities and be a member of the Guild of Students. In order to attend a class at UWI, a student must first register for the course. Registration involves a series of steps that a student must follow to officially register for a course.
Download the detailed Registration Guide
A student is deemed to have registered for a course when his/her financial obligations to the University have been fulfilled.
Registration for a course constitutes registration for the examinations in that course
All programmes and courses offered have already
been defined and approved by your faculty under the
Curriculum Advising and Programme Planning (CAPP)
module in the Banner Student Administration System.
For NEW STUDENTS , Faculty Advisors will be
available for consultation at your faculty orientation
and academic advising session. Refer to your faculty’s
Orientation and Advising Schedule in this booklet.
CONTINUING STUDENTS You can view CAPP
compliances in Banner Web that will list all courses
already passed and those required to fulfill your
Click here to access the online registration instructions .
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ALL STUDENTS will be required to register online. This means that students can register from anywhere,
either on-campus or off-campus, simply using a
computer with internet access between the hours of
6:00 am and 12:00 midnight Eastern Standard Time.
You may register using any PC with Internet access
either at home, at an on-campus computer laboratory
or at any internet café.
We encourage you to use off-campus facilities to avoid
long queues and unnecessary delay at the on-campus
All students are required to register by semester
All students are required to register by the end of
the 1st week of the first semester and by the end of
the 2nd week of the second semester.
Late registration shall be permitted up to the end
of the 4th week of the first semester on payment of
a late registration fee.
Late registration and changes in registration
after the deadline date may be facilitated only in
exceptional circumstances at the discretion of the
NEW STUDENTS if you have not submitted your
medical certificate to the Medical Officer, UWI Health
Service Unit you will not be able to register.
CONTINUING STUDENTS who are not registering for any courses during one of the semesters are required to apply for leave of absence. Failure to do so may result in your being considered to have withdrawn from the University. If you are a CONTINUING STUDENT and fail to register by September 14, 2012 for Semester I and February 08, 2013 for Semester II, it will be assumed that you have withdrawn from the University.
NOTE: Registration will not be permitted after September 14, 2012 without the approval of the Academic Board. Additional late registration fines will be imposed by the Academic Board.
CHECK YOUR RECORDS REGULARLY TO ENSURE
THAT THEY ARE ACCURATE AND UP-TO-DATE
If you attempt to register for a course(s) and do not
have the necessary pre-requisite(s) or if a class is
full, you will receive an error message after trying to
register for it.
Only the Dean of the Faculty or his/her designated
representative(s) will be authorized to do overrides or
Leave of absence forms must be completed by September 14, 2012 for Semester I, and February 08, 2013 for Semester II.
- Students have the responsibility to know and observe the Regulations of The University of the West Indies and Faculty. Additionally, the regulations prohibit plagiarism, falsification of information and academic dishonesty. All regulations are in force during the Summer School Session.