What Is ITR?
Intent to Register (ITR) is the process in which students inform their faculty that they will be returning for the next academic year and note which program they would like to pursue.
Why Do I Need To Complete My ITR?
All returning students must complete their ITR for the following reasons:
To continue in their current program
To request a program change
To receive an enrolment appointment which is required to be able to enroll in courses for the next academic year; course selection typically begins in June and students can continue enrolling in courses until the add date in September
When Do I Need To Complete My ITR?
All returning students must complete their ITR through their Student Centre each academic year between February 1 and March 31.
How Do I Complete My ITR?
Students can complete their ITR through their Student Centre under "Western Links" > "Complete My ITR". Refer to the ITR training manual for additional information.
What Do I Select for Faculty/Affiliate University College?
Select "Huron" as your faculty/affiliate university college
Is My Program Considered BA Social Science Or BA Arts?
Bachelor of Arts (BA) Social Science programs include CGS, Economics, Political Science, History, GLE, and Psychology. Bachelor of Arts (BA) Arts programs include East Asia Studies, Japanese, French, English and Cultural Studies, Jewish Studies, and Philosophy.
What If I Change My Mind About My Program But I've Already Completed My ITR?
Provided it is before March 31, you can complete your ITR again and it will override your previous ITR submission. If it is after March 31, please connect with your Academic Advisor.
When Will I Know If I Got Into the Program I Selected On My ITR?
Your academic record will be reviewed to determine eligibility for your selected program once all of your final grades are posted. Your program will be updated on your Student Centre during the summer.
What If I Don't Get Into The Program That I Selected on My ITR?
Students are encouraged to select a second choice while doing their ITR in case they are not eligible for their first choice. If you are not eligible for your first or second choice, you will be put into another program or your status will be "Undeclared".
What Happens If My Module Requirements Have Changed?
Sometimes a discipline will review their modules and change the module requirements. If this happens, you can still follow the module from the year in which you entered the program. If you have any questions about this, you can contact the office at firstname.lastname@example.org.