Accepted Our Offer?
Now that you know you are coming to McMaster for Engineering I, Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) or Computer Science I we have prepared
a list of some useful information and links to help you
start the next phase of your student life!
Registration made easy
Our helpful, informational videos will walk you through
the registration process for incoming undergraduate students. Students entering Engineering I, B.Tech. or Computer Science I will be able to select courses for the September 2016 entry on Mosaic during the week of June 26, 2016.
Watch this "Registering as an Engineering Student " video.
Perhaps you're wondering what Mosaic is? Check out http://www.mcmaster.ca/mosaic/student/
Student Life in the Faculty of Engineering
The McMaster Engineering Society is a student-run McMaster Engineering body in the Faculty of Engineering that aims to promote a balanced student lifestyle. The MES offers various programs such as a $5 Tutoring Program, Annual Book Swaps, and an expansive textbook library.
If you want to ask questions of our students before you get here in September, our MES Mentorship Program "Ask an Undergraduate Engineer" will connect you to an upper year MacEng student who can offer advice
and make you feel at home with your decision to come to Mac! Just
Classes & Textbooks
Check out the required Engineering
I and Computer Science I courses you will be taking. Review our list of approved complementary electives for Engineering I students. You'll find course descriptions for these electives in the Undergraduate Calendar.
materials, including textbooks, are sold through the Campus Store. Get your Textbook FAQs answered here.
First Year Student Orientation
Our new student 'quick-start' web page for new undergraduates will help you find all the information you need about admission processes, housing, courses and registration, financial matters, and student services.
For info regarding summer orientation at McMaster University, including Welcome Week in September, please
visit our Student Success Centre Website.
Tuition & Financial Aid
As part of the registration process, students must complete their tuition payment . If you have questions about tuition or other fees, please visit the Student Accounts & Cashiers page.
PLEASE NOTE: Your student loan or "OSAP" funding will NOT be deposited to your McMaster student account on your behalf. Entitlements will be deposited directly to your personal bank account. You are responsible for making required payments to their McMaster student account by the proper deadlines.
Admissions will give you the information you need to help
you find your new home on campus!
The Residence FAQ list has everything you need to know about living
Not planning to live in Residence?
Housing is available to help students find housing in the surrounding West Hamilton community.
Still have more questions?
Check out the First Year Viewbook or
contact Engineering Recruitment
(905) 525-9140 ext. 27174.