New Students

At the registration login page, you will click on the "Personal Information" button and fill out a personal information form in order to create your unique student number. Please retain this information for future registrations.

Current and Returning Students

At the registration login page, you will now be asked for your Student ID number and a password (PIN).

Your Student ID will be in the format 100XXXXXX. You can find it on course registration receipts and grade reports. Your password (PIN) is your MyCampus password. If you have not created a MyCampus password, the default password is your date of birth in the format MMDDYY. (e.g. if your date of birth is December 31, 1985 then your password is 123185.). If you have never provided us with your birth date, then your default password is your postal code. (e.g. if your postal code is T3V 6J5, then your password is T3V6J5 - all capital letters and without any spaces in between).

Upon entering your default password, you will be prompted to change it. If you experience a problem changing your password or if you changed your password and do not remember it, please contact our IT Helpdesk at 905.721.3333.

If you are a former student and have forgotten your Student ID number, you can:

1. Call the Registration Call Centre at 905.721.3000 and have them assist you.


2. At the login page, click on the "Personal Information" button and complete the requested information. The system will then use this information to locate your student number. If your personal information has changed from the last time you registered for a course, you may receive a message to call the Registration Call Centre for verification.

Questions about MyCampus?

MyCampus is a web-based portal for students, faculty and staff to access campus resources and information. While many of the features and messages are designed for full-time day students, Continuing Education students can also make use of some of the features - you can check your grades, print off your tuition tax receipt and communicate with your professor and other students.

It is important to know that the School of Continuing Education has a number of policies/important dates/fee structures that are very different from the full-time students. Continuing Education students should always check our webpage or course book for the most up-to-date information.

Technical Problems?

If you experience technical problems with your login, password change or system access, please contact our IT Helpdesk at 905.721.3333, option 1.