My Progress is an easy and convenient visual tool to help you course plan and ensure your degree requirements are being met. It is a self-progression tool that you can use to enhance academic planning discussions.
My Progress allows you to:
Key times to make use of the tool are:
Remember, you are still responsible for meeting the academic requirements in the academic calendar and following them. 100% completion on the degree progress bars does not necessarily guarantee completion of all requirements.
Important – Students are responsible to follow the academic and financial policies and regulations in our CBU Academic Calendar and on our Financial Deadlines, Policies and Regulations page. Upon registration, students agree to be, and shall be, bound by the regulations and policies of Cape Breton University as published in the CBU Academic Calendar or otherwise enacted by the University.
How to Register For Classes:
Registration for Spring 2024, Fall 2024 and Winter 2025 will open in March of 2024. Please monitor your CBU email for information as it relates to 2024/2025 Academic Year Timetable Information.
All new students to CBU must be advised prior to registering for classes. Information on Advising can be Found Here!
Steps to set up and advising appointment:
Click “Login” at the top-right corner of the CBU.ca homepage.
From the “Students” menu, select Compass Student Account.
To book an advising appointment, students will need their CBU email address and login credentials. New students can expect to receive this information via email from CBU’s IT Department within a week of acceptance to CBU. If you need assistance regarding your email and password, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Returning students can register online for courses through their Compass Student Account once the registration window opens for their program/semester.
Returning students can use My Progress section of their Compass Student Account to access their personalized degree audit, providing a snapshot of their program(s)’s requirements. My Progress will list complete and/or incomplete requirements and the courses needed to fulfil each requirement. You can also use it to see how your requirements might change if you switch to a different program.
If returning and/or in-progress students require additional Academic Advising, please fill out the Academic Advising Request Form.
CBU has various classroom locations for teaching, the main campus on Grand Lake Road, Sydney, NSCC Marconi Campus, Grand Lake Road, Sydney and our Cineplex location, downtown Sydney. When you are registering for classes the location is included in the registration information. Coded in the course Catalog: MAIN – Cape Breton University, MCI – NSCC Marconi, and CPLX – Cineplex-Sydney
Students are responsible to review course prerequisite requirements and any other items that may restrict you from registering. Students should review curriculum information (their degree, major, faculty, etc.) for every new academic term.
Registration Restrictions & Errors
If your Academic Standing prevents registration or you have a registration restriction, please contact email@example.com.
If you encounter registration errors, you will have to reconsider your schedule carefully. You have a few options when you receive an error message: