Follow these steps for an easier adjustment to student life at UNB:
1. Fees and financial services
There are many different options available to help you fund your university education. Examples include scholarships, bursaries and student loans. All you need to do is apply for them.
There is also a lot of flexibility when it comes to payment. There are a number of options and installment plans so that you don't have to pay all at once; just get in touch with your campus Financial Services offices in Fredericton or Saint John. They can also assist you with budgeting and other sources of funding.
There is a term fee for research-based graduate students (i.e., students who are doing their degree by thesis or project/report). Course route MEd students pay on a course by course basis.
After viewing the above links, if you still have inquiries on graduate fees or tuition, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Online Course fee - A non-refundable supplemental fee of $100.00 is applied on a per course basis to all online courses to subsidize special technology and infrastructure support costs to administer the course.
Tele-Distance Course fee - A non-refundable $50.00 supplemental fee is applied on a per course basis to all tele-distance courses to subsidize special technology and infrastructure support costs to administer the course.
Tuition and fees are due by the third Wednesday of each new term.
2. Activate your IT Services
UNB's new connectEd email offered through Microsoft's Live@edu, is a web-based email service that provides several benefits including a huge increase in email and storage space, increased mobility, instant messaging, the ability to share files and calendars with others, and more.
The following information on your letter of acceptance is required to activate your IT Services. Both can be found on your letter of acceptance from the School of Graduate Studies:
- Your email ID (also known as UNB Login ID)
- Your Student ID number
To activate your IT Services, click on this link
You will come to a section that looks similar to the one below:
Enter your Employee or Student Number Enter your Login ID (which is your email address) Enter your birth date Click on continue Follow the directions on the following screens until they are complete.
Note: Since many of you have been students with UNB before, there may be some who experience some problems in activating your IT Services again. You may have to reset your pin. However, first try the above procedure. If you are still unable to gain access then choose "Forgot your pin" option. If you are still unable to complete this process then contact the service desk through email at email@example.com or by phone (506) 457-2222. They will help you with resetting your PIN. You will need to provide them with the following:
Full Name including initials, Email ID, Student Number, Date of Birth, Home phone number and home address
Once your IT Services have been activated you will now have access to D2L, e-Services, Library Account as well as your Web Statement.
Click on the Go to e-Services link. This will bring up your e-Services. Click on the Academic tab. From the links down the left hand side of the page, click on the Calendars & Timetables then Course Search (Online Registration) link. From here you can search for a courses and submit. Click the login button to access WebAdvisor.
IMPORTANT: Your User ID is your UNB Login ID (egz56ha) in all lower-case. Your Password is your UNB PIN and is case-sensitive.
A WebAdvisor Main Menu will appear. Review the Quick Tour to familiarize yourself with the On-Line Registration System. The quick tour will provide you with a brief tutorial to help you get started using the WebAdvisor On-line Registration System.
Call for help - If you need technical assistance, please contact the service desk or by phone (506) 457-2222. Service Desk staff are ready to assess needs and find solutions. Their hours of work are 8 a.m. – 12 midnight daily (except Dec. 25 and Jan. 1).
3. Buy your books
The UNB Bookstore stocks required textbooks and course packs for all Education courses. Distance students obtain required textbooks by telephoning (506) 453-4664 and asking for the textbook counter. With a credit card number, books can be couriered for small fee. Both the UNB Bookstore and UNBSJ Bookstore sell computer hardware and software and other supplies at discounted student prices.
If you have questions about how your course selection will affect your position on a salary scale or your eligibility for professional positions, you will have to contact the relevant organizations. For example, in New Brunswick, for information on requirements for a Principal's Certificate or salary level designations visit here.
Please be sure to check your UNB email on a regular basis for any new information.