Important: Whether you’re are a new student or continuing on to the next term in your program, information with registration details will be sent to your RRC Polytech email account.
Please ensure you have access to your RRC Polytech email account. Information will be provided by email indicating if you need to self-register, or if you will be registered by your Student Records Officer. Students who will self-register into their upcoming term courses will use Student Planning, RRC Polytech’s new online self-registration tool. Please take some time before your registration period opens to review the How to Use Student Self Registration tutorials.
If you are already accepted to RRC Polytech, you should have received your academic email and username. Make sure you activate your HUB account and RRC Polytech email. All College and program information will be delivered to your RRC Polytech email. Login to your HUB account to access your academic email.
Note: If you do not know your user ID or password, visit HUB.
Please ensure that you do not have an outstanding account or other academic restrictions that may prevent you from registering. You can view any current restrictions on your account by logging into your Student Planning account and clicking on the yellow box in the top right corner. If your restriction is academic (suspension) please contact your program coordinator.
Please ensure your HUB and Student Planning accounts are working. If you have any questions or problems, contact Enrolment Services at 204-632-2327 and press ‘0’. You can also visit one of the Student Service Centres for assistance.
The College recognizes the principle of fair access and practice and has defined the categories of priority for course-based registration.
The Priority Registration Policy will identify how students will be granted access to register for courses based on the order of priority. The highest calculation of cumulative grade point average may be used as criteria to determine Priority Registration. The Cumulative GPA is the grade point average obtained over all terms/years at the College. It is the cumulative grade point total divided by the total number of credit hours attempted at the College. It includes the highest Grade of any course repeated. You can also refer to policy A22 Academic Standards for further information.
Please review communications sent to your RRC Polytech email account (firstname.lastname@example.org) to confirm your registration date and time.
Once registration is complete, view your My Progress page in Student Planning for confirmation. You will receive a generic acknowledgement that is sent to your RRC Polytech email account immediately following your registration.
Approximately 5-7 business days following your registration, your Student Records Officer will send you a more detailed registration confirmation to your RRC Polytech email account.
Registering into courses creates an invoice and requires payment on or before you classes start. Visit selfserve.rrc.ca to view your registration statement that lists your courses for the term, the fees you have been assessed and balance owing.
Payments can be made either online through your Self-Service account or by mail. Please visit our Fees page for further payment options. Payment must be made by the payment due date to ensure you are not assessed late fees. When making deposit and tuition payments with a credit card, a non-refundable 1.75% user fee will be added at the time of payment.
Academic Advisors are available to help you with self-registering. There will be a series of online Self-Registration Sessions that will be offered. These sessions will provide you with information on how to use Student Planning to select your courses and course sections, plan your schedule and register successfully!
Please refer to the Academic Advisor, Programs page for further information or to register for an online session.
If you do not register for the upcoming term before the end of the Add/Drop period and you do not submit a Program Withdrawal form, your program will be closed, you will lose your non-refundable deposit and you will have to submit a new application and fee payment. Please see our Dates page for term Add/Drops dates.
COVID-19 vaccinations are mandatory for students, employees, individuals living in residence, and visitors for any on-campus learning, activities, or work requirements for the fall 2021 semester. Learn more about RRC Polytech’s vaccination requirement ›
RRC Polytech campuses are located on the lands of Anishinaabe, Ininiwak, Anishininew, Dakota, and Dené, and the National Homeland of the Red River Métis.
We recognize and honour Treaty 3 Territory Shoal Lake 40 First Nation, the source of Winnipeg’s clean drinking water. In addition, we acknowledge Treaty Territories which provide us with access to electricity we use in both our personal and professional lives.