Geography is the science of place and space on earth. Geographers study both the spatial aspects of human existence and the physical phenomena and processes that form our environment. Geographers make critical contributions to knowledge and human society through study of the linkages between human activity and natural systems. Our broad-based program provides students with training in both the social and physical science of geography, as well as in techniques such as GIS and remote sensing that are critical to answering geographic questions.
Registration Dates for Fall/Winter 2017/2018
June 17th: Year 1 students
June 20th to 23rd: Year 4 students
July 3rd to 6th: Year 3 students
July 11th to 14th: Year 2 students
Late registration appointments are scheduled on the last day of each of the year appointments, i.e. after 3:00 pm on June 23rd, July 6th and July 14th
July 21st: Priority lifting day
August 22nd: Extended Registration begins (only students with registered status, i.e. are in courses, and who have made a payment, will have access to web registration).
September 7th: Classes begin
September 15th: Last day to add a full course or a first-term half course