10-26-2010, 12:41 AM
Join Date: Feb 2008
Originally Posted by Prion
I just got an email with the link to the secondaries and another email confirming my payment.. was there a 3rd email?
3rd, 4th, and 5th indeed.
Welcome to University of Alberta's Bear Tracks - your pathway into our web-based student services!
(SVP appuyez ici pour une traduction française/For a french translation of this e-mail, please click on the following link: https://www.csj.ualberta.ca/registraire/beartracks.htm)
Bear Tracks allows you to:
- update your contact information (address, phone number & e-mail address),
- view your application status including required items and admission decision,
- view the course listings and search the class schedule.
Once you have been admitted to the University of Alberta you will also be able to use Bear Tracks to register in courses, view your course timetable and check out your fee assessment.
To log into Bear Tracks use your Campus Computing ID (CCID) and password, which will be provided to you by Academic Information and Communication Technologies (AICT) within 2 business days (if it has not been assigned previously). It is critical that you keep your CCID and password confidential as they provide direct access to your university record.
The CCID and password will also enable you to use your University e-mail account. We will use your University of Alberta e-mail address to contact you from now on.
To use Bear Tracks go to the Office of the Registrar and Student Awards webpage at http://www.registrar.ualberta.ca/beartracks. This will take you to a Bear Tracks information page which includes links to the Bear Tracks User Guide and the Bear Tracks login page. If you have not used the Bear Tracks system before, please review the Bear Tracks User Guide.
If you encounter difficulties logging on to Bear Tracks do not respond to this e-mail, as it will not be read. Instead, please contact the AICT Helpdesk at: http://www.ualberta.ca/HELP
Thank you for applying to the University of Alberta. Your UofA Student ID is amazing. Ensure you keep this number confidential as it is the identifier for your university record. For more information on the admission process see www.registrar.ualberta.ca/whatsnext.
Campus Computing ID (CCID) and UofA WebMail
A CCID and password is assigned to you within 2 business days (if one has not previously been assigned). Your CCID gives you access to Bear Tracks and your University e-mail account (WebMail). If you have not received your CCID and password by email or need help to access WebMail, contact the Helpdesk at: www.ualberta.ca/HELP
We will communicate with you through your ualberta e-mail account so check your WebMail regularly for updates to your application and other important information. See the UofA Electronic Communication Policy at www.registrar.ualberta.ca/ecommunications.
Bear Tracks: Log on to Bear Tracks with your CCID and password at https://www.beartracks.ualberta.ca for updates to your Application Status including the following:
-Programs to which you have applied
-To Do List (outstanding items/documents and due dates)
-Comments pertaining to your application if applicable
-Transfer credit if awarded
Documents: Where specified in Bear Tracks, arrange to have your documents sent directly from the issuing institution to the Office of the Registrar and Student Awards. Transcripts must bear the seal of the issuing agency and the signature of the issuing officer. For postsecondary transcripts, two copies are required.
Scholarships/Awards: Academic Excellence Scholarship automatic consideration/guarantee for high school students applying to Fall 2011 with final admission, see www.ualberta.ca/awards/academicexcellence. Apply for additional entrance awards at www.ualberta.ca/awards
Apply early for Residence at www.ualberta.ca/residence. There are guaranteed housing deadlines.
Office of the Registrar and Student Awards
University of Alberta
** Do not reply to this E-mail. Have questions? Use 'ask ualberta' at www.registrar.ualberta.ca/contact **
Welcome to Campus Computing at the University of Alberta!
Bienvenue à Campus Computing de l'Université de l'Alberta!
Pour les étudiants francophone, voir traduction ci-dessous:
The attached message contains the University of Alberta Campus
Computing ID (CCID) that has been assigned to you, along with an
initial password and instructions on how to activate your CCID and
make use of it.
Your CCID will be used to access many University of Alberta services,
including email and Bear Tracks. Through Bear Tracks prospective students,
applicants, and students can access a variety of on-line services.
viewing award status, viewing application for admission status,
and registering in courses once admitted.
Staff use Bear Tracks to view their pay inquiries and eBenefits.
The University will be sending important notifications and other
correspondence to your university email account, and so it is
important that you activate it as soon as possible.
To display or print this CCID and password, save the attachment
included as part of this message and then use any standard web browser
to open the saved HTML file. The password page can then be printed
using the browser's print function. Your Campus Computing ID must be
activated before it can be used. Instructions on how to do this are
included in the attachment.
In case you have difficulties with the included attachment, your Campus
Computing ID and activation password are:
See the web page at http://www.ualberta.ca/aict/getting_started/ for
assistance in getting started with your CCID.
If you have any questions or problems with the use of this CCID,
please call the AICT help desk at (780) 492-9400 or send email to