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I've only just realized course enrollment is open because I never received the enrollment email with information and the pdf.

 

I tried to email admissions to ask for the email to be resent, but they said they wouldn't after checking their system and seeing that they already sent it to my email... Despite me saying I never received it but ok nothing I can really do past that.

 

Can anybody share the enrollment pdf, or the contents of the email? Otherwise, can I just verify that I just needed to pick the small course for the fall semester, and the thematic in the winter semester and then the rest will be automatically populated by the admissions team?

 

Thanks in advance!

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Yes, you only enrol in a small group for the fall, thematic for the winter. The rest will be done for you.

The email: 

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Hello and welcome to the Faculty of Law, Common Law Section!

 
 
We know how eager you are to start law school in September. Here at the Common Law Student Centre, we provide support and information to all JD students regarding programs, course selection, registration, international exchanges, and more. You can learn more by visiting us in Fauteux Hall (Room 237) or via the Common Law website.
 
Today, we are writing to announce that it is time to plan your schedule for the upcoming 2019-2020 academic year, as the enrollment period will begin at 10:00 a.m. (Eastern Daylight Time) on Thursday, June 20, 2019.
 
It is important for every student to understand the requirements of their program of study and the registration process. Therefore, we recommend that you carefully read the enrollment section of our website according to your program of study to fully understand what is expected.
 
First-year JD students have a set curriculum and require block enrollment, meaning that you will enroll in a group of pre-determined courses. Come registration, you will only need to select two courses: 
 
(1) A small group course, taken in a group of approximately 18-25 students. Once registered in a small group course, you are guaranteed enrollment in a corresponding block of substantive law courses. The Common Law Student Centre will proceed with enrolling you in the rest of your block courses. We invite you to consult all the different blocks available according to your program to determine which one is best for you.
 
(2) A thematic course (for English JD students during the Winter term). The first-year thematic course allows English JD students to select one course from a basket of interesting options designed to broaden your perspectives on the law. 
 
It is your responsibility to become familiar with the registration portal and its different applications. This will become very handy as you continue into your second and third years! To access the registration portal, you will need to log into uoZone and, under Applications, click Student Centre. Once the application is launched, open the Main Menu, select the Self-Service option and click on Register. Note that there is a PDF tutorial available to explain the different features of the online Student Centre. To open the tutorial, simply go back to the Applications tab of your uoZone account and click on Tutorial (PDF) under Student Centre.
 
As soon as your registration is confirmed, your @uOttawa.ca email account will be activated and an email will be sent to your personal email account (Gmail, Hotmail, etc.) containing your temporary password. If you do not receive the email within 48 hours of registration, or if you have difficulty accessing it, please contact the Service Desk at 613-562-5800 ext. 6555. Once your email account is active, all Faculty of Law and University communications will be sent to this email address.
 
If you have questions or require assistance during the enrollment process, a member of the Common Law Student Centre will be happy to help. While we understand that registering for your first year of law school can be stressful, we expect all students to treat staff and classmates with professionalism, courtesy and respect.
 
We wish you the very best for the upcoming academic year and we look forward to seeing you in September!
 
The Common Law Student Centre
Faculty of Law, Common Law Section
University of Ottawa

 

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1 hour ago, InevitableReview said:

Thanks a bunch for sharing, much appreciated!

i'd recommend checking your junk mail. same thing happened to me and it turns out i received it but for some reason it was filtered to my junk mail !

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Has anyone ever received anything regarding tuition payment? I enrolled and got my timetable but just haven't seen anything on my student account for tuition deadlines etc. 

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19 hours ago, GeorgeBailey said:

Has anyone ever received anything regarding tuition payment? I enrolled and got my timetable but just haven't seen anything on my student account for tuition deadlines etc. 

They will come closer to the start of school. I believe you receive an email as well.

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