No matter how far apart we are, the Internet can bring us together. At MSVU, we’ve been embracing the digital world and harnessing its power to transform learning for decades. As the world responds to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are committed to continuing to provide access to quality education through online learning.

Steps to taking courses online:

  1. View our list of online course offerings. When on this page, choose the upcoming Term, then scroll to the bottom and choose ‘online’ under Instruction Type.
    • The ‘Instruction Type’ field indicates the course delivery mode.
    • The first think you need to know is that not all online courses are delivered the same way. Some are synchronous, while others are asynchronous, and then there is multi-access. Learn more about the various course delivery modes.
  2. Find a course or courses you’d like to take and make note of the course number(s), as you’ll need this for the application.
  3. Visit the Apply Now section of the website.
  4. Complete the online application and submit!

What if I’m a current MSVU student?

Current MSVU students can register for online courses via The Mount App or WebAdvisor.

What if I’m a student from another university?

You may be classified as a ‘Visiting Student.’ Visiting Students are individuals from another university who have received formal approval to take courses at MSVU to be transferred back to your home institution. Visiting Students do not need to complete an online application. Learn more about becoming a Visiting Student.

Support for Online Learners

Whether you are brand new to online learning, or you have taken online courses in the past, please know that we are here to support you as you navigate this process. If you have any questions, please contact You can also visit the Online Support for Students page.

Student Software Support Service

Online Learning and the Library is excited to provide students with a peer-to-peer student support service for the 2021/2022 academic year. The new Student Software Support Assistant is ready to assist you with your use of software and apps required to complete course work. Learn more about Software Support for Students.

Academic Advising

Need help selecting your courses? Our Academic Advisors are here to help. Contact them at

Accessibility Services Notetaker Portal

Are you a student registered with Accessibility Services who is eligible for a notetaker? Notetakers are often volunteer positions and are eligible for recognition in the Co-Curricular Recognition Program (CCRP). For those students who are funded by Post-Secondary Accessibility Services, Notetakers may receive $150 per term/course. If you would like to find a notetaker or if you would like to become a notetaker please sign up on the Accessibility Services NOTETAKER PORTAL.

MyMount - Services Access Point

Use myMount to access Moodle classes, read about Mount news and events, access Mount email, view your financial account statement, and more. You must be a registered student with login credentials to access myMount.

Visiting Students

If you are currently enrolled at another university and would like to take online courses at the Mount, please visit the Registrar’s Office Visiting Student’s Page to learn more about becoming a visiting student. You can also explore the current transfer credit databank for the list of courses and their Mount equivalencies.


All exams are administered by the Registrar’s Office. Review the Exam Information webpage to learn more or email

Course Textbooks and Materials

All course materials for online courses can be purchased from the Mount’s Bookstore online.

Important Dates

It is the responsibility of all students to note the University’s academic regulations and policies, including add/drop dates. To review the academic calendar and important dates, go to Academic Calendars.