We offer 5 easy methods to register for Part-Time Studies courses at Niagara College.
Registration using our online shopping cart. For your convenience, and to guarantee a spot in a course, we recommend registering online. Course selection is easy and the checkout and payment process is quick and secure.
When you register using our online checkout system, you will be enrolled in your courses as soon as you make your payment. You will also receive a receipt confirming your enrolment and payment in your email account as soon as the transaction is complete.
How do I register online?
To register online first explore our courses and find the course that you wish to register for, then click the green “Register Now” link next to your class of choice. Our secure shopping will then open in a new window, where you can proceed with checkout.
Register by Phone
Call 905-988-4306 by telephone and pay using VISA, Mastercard or American Express. The Registration Office will be happy to accept your telephone registration Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Please have the desired course code/name, class number, credit card information and student number (if available) ready when you call.
Register by Fax
Fax your completed registration form to 905-736-6000 and pay with VISA, Mastercard or American Express.
Register by Mail
Mail your completed registration form to:
Enrolment Services, Part-Time Studies, Niagara College
100 Niagara College Boulevard
Welland, ON L3C 7L3
Cheques, Money Orders, VISA, MasterCard, or American Express will be accepted. (Make cheques payable to: Niagara College). Sorry, we cannot accept post-dated cheques.
Register in Person
You can register in person at the Enrolment Services, Mondays to Friday – 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Bring your completed registration form to:
Specific term dates can be found on Enrolment Services’ official Important Dates Calendar. Term dates, holidays, and break weeks for past, current, and future terms are available.
Most in-class courses follow the 7-1-7 semester model. Each term is made up of seven weeks of instruction, a one-week break week and another seven weeks of instruction. Please check your course’s scheduling as some courses are not affected by the Break Week. Break weeks are typically represented in your schedule by having 2 blocks of classes; one block before the break week, and another block after the break week.
Class Start and Finish Dates
Start and finish dates may vary by class. Please check your Confirmation of Enrolment or Important Dates for start and end dates. The last day to withdraw without receiving a grade for most courses is approximately two-thirds through the course duration. This date will be adjusted accordingly for courses that start early or late. (See: Fees, Refunds and Withdrawals)
Niagara College recognizes statutory holidays. Please see Important Dates for the listing of statutory holidays that may affect your term course(s).
Official Teaching Hours
Each teaching contact hour consists of a 50 minute block plus a break of up to ten minutes. The scheduling of breaks within any class session is at the discretion of the teacher and students.