Registration is not guaranteed, particularily for those in an open-enrolment program.

(Learn more about how registration times are assigned)

  1. Login to myLangara
  2. Click on Registration
  3. Click on Register (Add/Drop) Courses
  4. If prompted, enter the appropriate semester and click on Submit Semester
  5. Enter the CRN number(s) of the course(s) to register
  6. Click on Submit Transactions and repeat as desired

If the course is full, you may want to waitlist. See Waitlist for Courses for waitlist procedures.

If you encounter a Registration Error, see Registration Errors for explanations of errors.

How to Register

This video provides students with a step-by-step process of how to register for courses.

If you're in China you can also view this video on Youku.

Drop a course

During the registration period, you may be able to drop a course for a full or partial refund. Details on dates to drop courses and the associated refunds are detailed in Important Dates. If you have missed the deadline to drop a course, you may still be able to withdraw.

To drop a course, please follow these steps:

  1. Login to myLangara
  2. Click on Registration
  3. Click on Register (Add/Drop) Courses
  4. If prompted, enter the appropriate semester and click on Submit Semester
  5. Select Drop Course from the dropdown menu beside the course you would like to drop
  6. Click on Submit Transactions

Registration on a Non-Credit Basis (Audit)

Students who have the necessary prerequisites may take some courses on a non-credit basis. This does not include restricted career program courses. If you are interested in registering in a course on a non-credit basis, you must not register yourself in the course. Registration will be handled by Registrar and Enrolment Services. Please contact the Supervisor, Records & Registration at 604-323-5321 for registration information. Fees for non-credit registration are the same as for credit registration.

Langara will not permit students to change a registration from a non-credit to a credit basis or from a credit to a non-credit basis for any reason.

The course name and number will be noted on a student’s record with the symbol (*) indicating the course was taken on a non-credit, ungraded basis.