Registration Time Tickets for Fall 2015/Winter 2016
Once your time ticket opens, it will remain open until the last day to add classes for each term. Be aware that if you have a financial hold, you will not be able to access LORIS to register until all fees are paid in full with Service Laurier.
UNDERGRADUATE Student Registration Time Tickets
This year, time tickets will be based on courses taken at Laurier and University of Waterloo rather than year level (1st year, 2nd year, etc.).
It is important to note that:
1.Time tickets for fall term 2015 and winter 2016 registration are assigned based on credits completed AND courses in progress up to August 2015.
2.Spring/summer 2015 (including exchange credits) will be counted towards a student's
total credit count. These credits will not appear as completed on the "Official Final Grades" or "Unofficial Record of Course Work" pages, so students must add any in-progress credits to their total number of credits.
3.Transfer credits are also factored into the total credits completed.
4.Concurrent Education Students: Nipissing credits will be counted toward a student's total credit count. These credits will not appear as completed on the"Official Final Grades" or "Unofficial Record of Course Work" pages, so students must add any Nipissing credits to their total number of credits.
5.For students who are enrolled in a double major within two different faculties (eg. Psychology and Sociology), your single time ticket is assigned based on your home faculty and not necessarily the first major listed in your program.
To determine your time ticket, it is recommended that you visit the "Official Grades -Winter 2015" screen on LORIS beginning June 20th. Prior to that, you will be able to see your grades in an unofficial capacity through LORIS oh they "Unofficial Record of Course Work" screen.
*Credits Completed:Time tickets for fall term 2015 and winter term 2016 registration are assigned based on credits completed and courses in progress up to August 2015. Transfer credits are also factored into the total credits completed.
**Restrictions Removed:Some Academic Programs put filters on their courses to restrict registration to students registered in their Program. As of this date, many of these filters are removed.
Psychology courses open up for registration to non-majors on July 15 (12:00:01 am – Midnight July 14)
WELCOME TO THE DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY!
Psychology at Laurier is an energetic and growing research-intensive department of 33 full-time faculty members and approximately 90 PhD and Masters students. Our faculty members are strong researchers with external grant support and international reputations. Our graduate students have outstanding academic records and enthusiasm for research, and many are also externally funded by scholarships and grants. Our graduate programs are designed to prepare students for careers in research and teaching, or for applied opportunities in various community and social agencies; our undergraduate programs provide comprehensive education and training in psychology and neuroscience.
Psychology touches almost every aspect of our lives. As society has become more complex, psychology has assumed an increasingly important role in answering questions about our functioning, abilities, and behaviour. The Psychology program at Laurier is structured to ensure that students are exposed to the breadth of content that exists within the discipline while still permitting sufficient flexibility for students to pursue their own particular interests. More undergraduate program information.
People at Laurier
Dr. Geoffrey Nelson is Professor of Psychology at Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario. He has served as Senior Editor of the Canadian Journal of Community Mental Health and Chair of the Community Psychology Section of the Canadian Psychological Association. Dr. Nelson was the recipient in 1999 of the Harry MacNeill award for innovation in community mental health from the American Psychological Foundation. Dr. Nelson was recently named the University Research Professor for 2004-2005. The honour enables him to take a year away from teaching to focus on his research.
Dr. Geoff Nelson