General Interest Students
Interested in taking a course or two at KPU? No problem! KPU provides General Interest students the opportunity to complete up to 12 credits of undergraduate coursework without applying to KPU. The General Interest option is for non-credential-seeking students; students who intend to complete more than 12 credits, should contact the Future Students' Office or Office of International Recruitment & Admissions to begin the admission process to KPU. General Interest is also not intended for students who previously attended or graduated from KPU; students wanting to return to KPU should contact Academic Advising to discuss the process for re-applying.
Registration for General interest students begins after the start of term, is only active for one term, and limited to 4 undergraduate credits per term (to a maximum of 12 credits overall).
If this is what you are looking for, registration begins each term on the first day of classes.
Here are your next steps:
- Choose What Course You’ll Take
Look at the course search timetable to check availability of the course you are interested in completing.
- Submit the General Interest Registration Form
Access the General Interest Registration form online.
Submit the completed form to email@example.com or any Student Enrolment Services (SES) office for processing. Once SES has processed your registration form, you will be provided with registration access.
- Log-in to Online Self-Service & Register
To log in to Online Self-Service you will need the following credentials:
- User ID: Your KPU student email address (@student.kpu.ca)
- Default Password: your birthdate in the following format: DDMonYYYY (i.e. September 01, 1999 will be 01Sep1999).You should change your password after logging in for the first time.
Please refer to the Registration Guide for instructions on How to Register.
Note: To register for a course with a pre-requisite, you will need to seek permission from the instructor teaching the course. Permission is at the discretion of the instructor. Enrolment is not guaranteed if the course is full.