Enrollment Dates for Fall 2024/Winter 2025

| June 6, 2024
Submitted by Ericka Wagner for McMaster University

On June 12:

  • Enrolment Appointments display in My Timetable and Student Centre at 2:00 p.m.
  • Fall/winter Undergraduate Master Course Timetable available in Student Centre and MyTimetable

You will be randomly assigned an enrollment appointment (date and time) with your academic level, and you may enroll any time after your enrollment appointment begins.

Appointments are individually assigned, and the Student Experience team cannot change your enrollment appointment. As soon as your enrollment appointment begins, you will be able to actively enroll in courses using either Mosaic or the MyTimetable tool (also found in Mosaic).

Please remember the following details:

  • You will be randomly assigned an enrolment appointment within your academic level
  • You can enroll any time after your enrolment appointment date/time opens
  • We recommend that you enroll in both your fall and winter courses at the same time, if you intend to take courses both terms.

Learn more on the Office of the Registrar Dates and Deadlines page.

Questions? Email buscom@mcmaster.ca and include your full name and student number.

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2 thoughts on "Enrollment Dates for Fall 2024/Winter 2025"

  1. Lucas Cannon says:

    are we able to access the courses on my timetiable so we can plan our schedules before the enrolment date?

    1. Caitlin Costello says:

      Hi Lucas,

      Thank you for your comment. Please reach out to buscom@mcmaster.ca with your inquiry and someone from the team will be able to help.

      Take care,


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