June 21, 2021
Spring final exams begin
June 23, 2021
Spring final exams end
June 28, 2021
Start of summer classes
July 1, 2021
Canada Day (university closed)
July 2, 2021
Last day to add or swap a course | Last day to drop a course without financial penalty
July 7, 2021
Tuition and fee payment deadline
Aug. 2, 2021
Heritage Day (university closed)
Aug. 11, 2021
End of classes | Last day to withdraw from a course
Aug. 13, 2021
Final exams begin
Aug. 17, 2021
Final exams end
Aug. 27, 2021
End of summer term
Aug. 30, 2021
Fall term begins | Fall block week begins
Sept. 3, 2021
Fall block week ends
Sept. 7, 2021
Fall classes begin
Continuing, transfer, after-degree and incoming high school student enrolment appointments have arrived.
Open studies students can begin registering July 20
Every student is assigned an enrolment appointment, which is the exact date and time when you can begin enrolling into courses. Yours can now be viewed in your Student Centre.
Starting this year, you can also “validate your shopping cart.” This feature allows you to check to see if you meet all the pre-requisites for your preferred courses before your actual registration date arrives. Learn more about validating your shopping cart.
Remember to register for both fall 2021 and winter 2022 courses.
Free AI course
Learn about the fundamental concepts for artificial intelligence (AI) and how to build AI solutions using Microsoft Azure. This course is funded by the Microsoft Canada Skills initiative.
New embedded certificate in fall 2021
UCalgary has launched a new embedded certificate in Pluralism and Global Citizenship. Core courses will be available starting fall 2021.
Women's Studies (WMST) name change
The Women’s Studies (WMST) program has been renamed Gender and Sexuality Studies (GSXS). Spring and summer courses are still listed as WMST, but fall and winter will be GSXS. The program, requirements and course content are all unchanged.
Supporting your academic journey
Planning your degree. Registering for your courses. Finding an advisor. Accessing academic support. Checking your exam schedule. Reviewing your degree requirements. The resources you need to succeed academically can be found in the links below.