There are three stages to the Durham University registration process:
Enrolment: Update or confirm your personal information and accept the University's regulations. All students must complete enrolment each year.
Module Registration: Sign-up for the programme and modules you are studying.
Identity Verification: If you are starting a new course, you need to provide evidence of your identity. Find out about verifying your identity on the Guidance for New Students section.
International students may need their visa and passports checked by the University Immigration Service.
If you do not complete registration, there may be an impact on the following:
Accessing your University email, exam information and results Getting a campus card Using the online document shop Student loan eligibility Eligibility for council tax exemption Ability to produce letters through Banner Self Service.
We keep accurate information on students and their programme of study for several reasons, including:
Incorrect module data can result in timetable clashes so you or someone you know can be contacted in an emergency, therefore the University can provide compulsory statistical returns to Government Agencies.
Have you logged into Banner Self Service to:
When you accept a place at Durham, you will be invited to complete enrolment and registration, up to eight weeks before your programme begins. During busy periods, it may take a couple of weeks for the Admissions Team to process your acceptance.
Once your acceptance is processed, two emails are sent to the personal email address you provided on your application.
If you do not receive an email, please check your spam folder, and if definitely not received please contact the IT Service desk.
Once you receive both emails:
Your department will send information about registering for your programme and modules and give you advice on when to complete this registration process. If you have questions about programme or module registration, please contact your department.
If you are starting a new course, you must verify your identity at your college before you can collect your campus card.
We accept the following photographic identification as proof of identity:
If you are a UK student and you do not have any of these forms of identification, you may supply your original Birth Certificate.
If you are a new student, you will need to upload a photograph of yourself during enrolment. The photograph will be used on your campus card, which can be collected from your college when you arrive in Durham, provided you have uploaded the photograph by 14 September.
When you receive your username and password by email, upload your photograph:
Your photograph needs to be in the following format:
If you are unable to upload your photo by 14 September, you can do so after, but this will slow the process of getting your campus card. Find out more about campus cards on our Computing and Information Services (CIS) webpages.