Students must come in person to the eConcordia office in order to gain access to a course when requesting a late registration. The following documents are required to gain access:
- Late registration request paper from the course's department at Concordia University.
- Written and signed letter (or email) from the professor approving the late registration request into the course.
- If there are any course material fees to be paid, the student must pay the fee at the office.
These processes by no means replace Concordia University’s Late Registrations request process. Students are responsible for following any and all additional procedures required by Concordia University. eConcordia takes no responsibility of advising or processing these requests.
Note that access to the course can take up to 48 hours once the course material fee is paid.