How to Register for Courses
Once you receive your visa (Study Permit) and have paid your tuition fees for your program, you will be able to register for your courses ONLINE.
- A Personalized Registration package will be emailed to you. If you have an agent/representative assisting you they will receive general information but will be able to assist you in getting your personalized information.
- Your username and password for MoCoMotion, the College's web portal, will be included in the email, with instruction on how to register for your courses, and select your timetable.
- Once your have selected your timetable, you will be able to print off your schedule.
- Course registration will be scheduled by program starting August 1st/December 1st/April 15th each year.
- Check MoCoMotion for your Course Registration Dates.
- Fall Semester tuition fees are due July 4 each year.
- Winter Semester tuition fees are due by November 7 each year.
- Spring Semester tuition fees are due by April 1 each year.
Subject to change. For new students only. Returning students should contact the International Student Services office for specific dates.
- Your Program Orientation will be posted on the Orientation Website when the planning closer to the start of class. Visit this site to help you after you have received your study permit and selected your timetable.
If you are having problems with your password or course registration contact the international Office at 001 905 575-2254 or connect with the International Office reception desk email.
Preparing for Your Success
To help support your success, all students are assessed for Computer, English and Math proficiency. The following practice web sites have been set up to give you a sense of what to expect on arrival and help you prepare for your SUCCESS.
Assessment Test - Sample Tests
- Use the links below to help you prepare for your Assessment Tests
- NO NAMES ARE REQUIRED - This is for PRACTICE Only
- Bookmark these sites and visit them often
The Mohawk College Communication Centre has set up a number of web pages to help you with your Communication assessment. Read these pages carefully and make your own assessment as to how well you communicate. You are wise to connect with services offered by this department. Check out the "Articles of Interest" as they may help you prepare. There are a number of sites on the web that can help you prepare and measure your specific communication skill level. Do research on assessment tests, click here for examples.
Mohawk's Virtual Library. Check out the books, videos and articles from magazines, journals, and newspapers. They also have a research survival guide that will support your ability to reference and give credit to sources quoted.
Your success is important to us!