RAD (Registration Assistance Days) at OCAD University are held each year in late June or early July, and are coordinated by the Office of the Registrar.
RAD are designed to help new undergraduate students (first-year and upper-year) prepare for registration — and the year ahead.
Undergraduate RAD DATES 2018
Participants should plan to attend for the full 4.5 hours in order to meet OCAD U staff, get to know some classmates, tour the community and campus, plan and schedule fall and winter-term courses, and more!
RAD for Graduate Students 2018
Graduate Students can attend RAD to learn about course selection and receive help registering in their required courses. Contact the Graduate Studies Office at email@example.com to learn more.
Parents & Family
Parents/family/guardians are welcome at RAD too!
A one-hour (informal) presentation is scheduled daily, where parents/family/guardians can meet faculty and staff, and ask questions.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the benefits of attending RAD?
Prepare for fall and winter-term registration.
Meet upper-year volunteer student peer mentors.
Connect with your peers, OCAD U faculty and staff.
Have your photo taken for your student ID card.
Participate in a campus/community tour.
Visit the Mini Expo and find out about student-run groups, university services and housing options.
Do I have to attend RAD?
Attending a RAD session is optional.
Students who cannot attend RAD will receive further instructions on course planning and registration by email. Additional resources are located on the Registration and Advising page.