Course Registration & Fees
The Laurier On-Line Registration Information System (LORIS) provides access to your student profile, your academic record, and allows you to register for courses and see the amount for fees owed. Consult the LORIS system regularly to review your information. Go to http://telaris.wlu.ca.
All admitted seminary students can access course registration through their student account on LORIS. If you are not yet admitted to Waterloo Lutheran Seminary, please apply for our academic programs first.
In general terms, the pattern of registration and fee payment follows this pattern each term:
1. Register for courses.
2. Check fee due dates.
3. Fees will be applied to student accounts before fee due dates (not at the time of registration.)
4. Check fees owed on student account in LORIS.
5. Make payment before payment deadline.
For detailed instructions on how to do this see the steps below.
* Course Registration Instructions
* How to Pay Your Fees (and determine fees owed)
* Registration Troubleshooting & Help
1. Go to http://telaris.wlu.ca
2. LORIS Identification and PIN: Your LORIS User ID is your 9 digit Laurier ID number. Your default PIN number is your date of birth, in the following format - MMDDYYYY. When you enter LORIS for the first time, you will be prompted to create a new PIN number. Your new PIN must be six numerals in length and can not begin with 0 (zero). At this time, you will also be prompted to create a security question. If you experience problems entering LORIS, contact the Registrar's Office at (519) 884-0710 ext. 2764 or 2655.
3. Course Registration:
From the Main Menu, click on "Student Services".
From the Student Services Menu, Click on "Registration".
You will use the Registration Menu to select an academic term for registration, to register for classes, to remove classes from your schedule and to print your class schedule. You must register for classes by academic term.
- Click on "Select Term".
- Click on the down arrow to display the list of available terms.
- Click on desired term of registration.
- Click on "Submit".
- From the Registration Menu, click on "Add or Drop Classes".
- Click on "Class Search" at the bottom of the "Add or Drop Classes" screen.
- Use the arrow keys on the Subject field to highlight your course of study (eg, Business, Economics, English, Social Work, etc). Leave the remaining fields on this screen blank.
- Click on "Class Search" at the bottom of the screen.
- All courses (undergraduate, if available, and graduate) in your chosen subject area will be displayed. The courses are sorted by course number (column 4), starting with first-year undergraduate courses, if available, and ending with graduate courses.
• Select: click in this box to indicate your desire to register in this course.
• CRN: "Course Registration Number" - do not confuse this number with the Course Number below; the CRN number is only used by LORIS to track your registration.
• Subj: the subject code.
• Crse: the standard Course Number used in the Graduate Calendar; this list is sorted by this column.
• Sec: the section letter.
• Cmp: the campus designation; W = "Waterloo Campus" (including Social Work courses taught at the new St Jerome's Campus); T = "Toronto" (MBA Toronto program).
• Cred: the credit weight.
• Title: the name of the course.
• Days: the day(s) the course is taught.
• Time: the time the course is taught.
• Instructor: the individual who will teach the course, if applicable.
• Date: the start and end date for the course.
• Location: the building and room in which the course will be taught, if applicable.
Click on the Select box next to each course you wish to register in.
Go to the very bottom of the screen and click on "Register".
The courses you selected will now appear on the "Add or Drop Classes" screen under a
section entitled "Current Schedule". Those courses in which you are allowed to register are
listed first, sorted by course number. Those courses for which you have been denied
registration access (if applicable) will be listed next under a section entitled "Registration
Add Errors". Again, if you are refused permission to register in a course, the course may be
outside your course requirements, it may have a prerequisite which has not yet been
completed, it may be a duplicate course of one in which you are already registered or the
course may require departmental permission (eg, a major research paper or thesis course).
Consult your Graduate Officer or Program Director if you are refused permission to register
in a specific course.
To drop a course previously added to your "Current Schedule", click on the down arrow in
the "Action" column next to the course you wish to drop. Highlight "Drop Course - Web" and
then click on the "Submit Changes" button at the very bottom of the screen.
Continue to add or drop classes from this screen until you are satisfied with your schedule
for the fall semester. When your fall schedule is complete, click on "RETURN TO MENU" at
the top right of the screen. This will take you back to the Registration Menu. Repeat these
steps for the winter 2010 semester and the spring 2010 semesters.
PRINT YOUR SCHEDULE
When you complete your registration and are satisfied with your course selection, it is your
responsibility to print a copy of your schedule. You will not receive a copy of your schedule
from the Registrar's Office. Go to the Main Menu and click on: "Student Services" - Registration"- "Student Detail Schedule" - "Select Term" and "Submit". Your schedule for the selected term will be displayed, including the times and locations of your classes, the dates and the instructor's name. Print this schedule for your records. Courses, room locations and times are subject to change; consult the staff person in your academic department prior to the start of classes in September for any changes.
Check Your Student Account for the Amount Owed
Tuition fees are paid directly to the Laurier Business Office. Please see the Academic Calendar on the Seminary website for the payment deadlines each term.
1. Log into LORIS with your student number and the PIN you set up the first time you logged in.
2. Click "Student Services".
3. Click "Account Summary" (for full details, click Account Summary by Term) to view your total amount owing
5. Arrange payment of that amount to Laurier Business Office by the stated deadline to avoid interest charges. To view your options for payment, please see the instructions below OR go to the following page from the Laurier Business Office: http://www.wlu.ca/page.php?grp_id=1272&p=5011
If you have further questions, you may contact the Student Advisor at 519-884-0710 ext. 3234 or firstname.lastname@example.org
You can make payments to your student account through the online or telephone service offered by your bank/financial institution.
If you currently are not set up with this service, you will need to contact your financial institution to sign up. Once set up, you can simply go to your financial institution's website and make a payment using the STUDENT ID # as the account number.
* PLEASE CHECK THE PAYMENT PROCESSING AND UPLOADING TIMES WITH YOUR BANK! ONLINE BANK PAYMENTS CAN TAKE ANYWHERE FROM 24 - 48 HOURS AND TELEPHONE BANK PAYMENTS CAN TAKE UP TO 7 BUSINESS DAYS TO BE RECEIPTED TO YOUR STUDENT ACCOUNT! *
Please see the list of website's below and choose the appropriate one that applies to you:
- Bank of Montreal
- Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC)
- National Bank of Canada
- PC Financial
- Bank of Nova Scotia
- Royal Bank of Canada
- TD Canada Trust
If your financial Institution is not listed, contact them to see if Wilfrid Laurier University is listed as one of their payees.
OTHER PAYMENT OPTIONS:
DIRECT BANKING: Students can take their Laurier invoice into their own Financial Institution (across Canada) and make a payment at the counter/teller or may request an electronic payment sent on their behalf.
DIRECT DEBIT: Students can come directly to the Business Office (located at 202 Regina St. 2nd Floor) and pay on their debit card.
CHEQUE/MONEY ORDER: All cheques must be payable to Wilfrid Laurier University and sent to our mailing address at: 75 Unviersity Ave, Waterloo, ON, N2L 3C5 Att: Business Office or submitted in person to an account administrator. Please ensure your student ID number is noted on the cheque.
NOTE: Personal cheques will be accepted for payment prior to holds being placed on the account. Please note, HOLDS will not be cleared for 21 days following receipt of a non-certified or personal cheque and NSF penalties will be charged for any cheque not cleared by the bank.
Cash: (Paid directly at The Business Office)
Bank wire transfer: FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS ONLY!!!**PLEASE INCLUDE AN ADDTIONAL $20.00 TO COVER THE WIRE TRANSFER FEE**) Please quote the following bank information to your Bank or Financial Institution, to arrange the transfer: (PLEASE INCLUDE YOUR FULL NAME AND STUDENT ID with your transfer)
PLEASE ENSURE THAT ALL BANK WIRES ARE MADE IN CANADIAN FUNDS ONLY *
Royal Bank of Canada
Waterloo Main Branch
70-74 King St. S.
Transit # 7682
Institution # 003
Account # 000-090-1
Swift code: ROYCCAT2
TO ENSURE PAYMENT IS CREDITED CORRECTLY, PLEASE MAKE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR FULL NAME AND STUDENT ID WITH YOUR MONEY TRANSFER. ** REMEMBER TO INCLUDE AN ADDITIONAL $20.00 TO COVER THE WIRE TRANSFER FEE **
Please Note: Effective June 1, 2004, these are the only fee payment methods accepted by the Business Office for payment.
You can download a pdf version of these instructions here: HOW TO PAY YOUR FEES.pdf
you encounter an error message when attempting to register for a
course, you can find out more information on error messages here: Common
LORIS error messages.pdf
For detailed registration instructions from the registrar, go to this page at the Office of the Registrar to download their instruction manual: Instructions for Online Registration in LORIS
If you are contacting the Student Advisor for assistance with an error message, please note the specific error message you have received.
You will find it more convenient if you keep the course schedule open in one window or tab of you browser and have LORIS open in another window or tab. Here are links to the course schedules: