Registrar's Office Notices

New UNB Online Registration System available March 1 

Accessed through Colleague Self-Service in the myUNB Portal, the new online registration is replacing Web Advisor, UNB’s previous online registration tool, which must be fully decommissioned by June 30, 2021. 

 Transitioning students to the new online registration: starting March 1, current students will be able to register for Summer term courses using the new Colleague Self-Service registration system. Should any issues arise, registration through WebAdvisor will also continue to be available. Fall 2021 and Winter 2022 registration will be available March 15. 


Summer 2021 Registration Opens March 1st, 2021
Fall 2021 Winter 2022 Registration Opens March 15th, 2021



Please visit your Student Eservice under your Academic Tab to receive your standard self-serve confirmation of enrollment letter. These letters can be provided to Educational Trust funds as well! Once a few easy steps are completed this will download to your desktop, phone or tablet. Please note that letters are produced on a per term basis and you will now need to produce separate letters for Fall, Winter or Summer Terms. If you need your letter to contain additional information you also have the option to order a custom confirmation of enrollment letter too (see details below).

Standard Confirmation of Enrolment (COE) Letters: A standard letter contains basic information on your Full or Part time status, degree program and credit hours. Letters are produced on a per term basis.  A Standard Letter is required for Educational Trust Funds. Visit your Student Eservices under your Academic Tab to receive your standard self-serve confirmation of enrollment letter

Special Customized Letters: A special customized letter can contain additional information beyond what is provided in the standard letter. For example: expected date of degree completion, remaining credit hour requirements for graduation, details on online delivered courses, Visa Study Permit letters etc. These specialized letter requests will be sent to the Registrar’s Office or School of Graduate Study depending on your program of study. The custom confirmation of enrollment letters are subject to an administration processing fee of $15. Payment must accompany the request at the time of order. You will receive information by e-mail after your order on how to proceed if you request a custom letter.

Educational Scholarship Trust Funds: Access your self serve letter online through your Student E-services-Academic Tab
To process this request for Educational trust funds specifically, the student is required to be registered in both Fall & Winter Terms for a minimum of 18 credit hours combined.

 Questions can be emailed to


 Canada Pension – Declaration of Attendance at School or University Form

 Complete your full registration in E-services (both Fall and Winter terms, if applicable)

  1. Complete the student section of the form, sign and date.  
  2. Submit your completed form with a return mailing address and contact phone number through one of the following options:

                             Registrar’s Office
                              P.O. Box 4400
                             Fredericton, NB Canada
                             E3B 5A3

  • Fax - 506 453-4544

Received forms will be processed on or after the first day of class (September 9th) and will be mailed to the address provided with the request.



Please be aware that the firm deadline to apply to graduate for October is  September 1, 2021.
All potential graduating students MUST apply to graduate by this date in order to be considered for Fall graduation.
All Undergraduate students who have not already done so are urged to fill out the application to graduate form.  Application to graduate inquiries can be directed to

In addition, all potential graduating students should make sure that they have had a degree program audit done with their Faculty Advisor.

 Click here to make an appointment to speak to someone about your Application to Graduate.

Graduate students

Graduate students seeking services provided by the School of Graduate Studies should contact that office directly, via or the specific program officer for their field of study using

 We will continue to address your concerns and provide the latest information on COVID-19 developments at and follow direction from New Brunswick Public Health.