• Access to your course is typically available at the start of the semester. If the semester has already begun, access to your course will become available approximately 24 hours after enrollment.
  • If you are missing a course in UR Courses, please contact your instructor.
  • For assignment, exam, or course material questions, please contact your instructor.
  • If you are registered in a fully online course, visit Flexible Learning's Online Course Support page for additional information.

UR Courses Student Guide

The UR Courses Student Guide provides detailed information about how to use UR Courses, including brief "How to" videos. The guide is continually being updated to reflect changes to UR Courses.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. How do I access UR Courses?

    UR Courses can be accessed from a link on the University's homepage, or by going directly to
  2. How can I tell if there are new discussion forum postings, e-mails, or messages within my courses?

    After logging into UR Courses, courses with new forum postings or e-mails will have an associated icon on the main home page. Clicking the icon will take you directly to the relevant section of your course.

    New messages sent from other users while you are offline will appear in a pop-up window after logging in. To check for messages, visit your profile page and click on "Messages".

  3. How do I stop forwarding course e-mail to my email address?

    If your course uses the Course E-mail tool, log into UR Courses and enter the course you wish to disable notifications for. Access the Course E-mail tool and navigate to "E-mail Notifications". Select the "Do not notify me" option and then "Save my preference". At present, notifications need to be enabled/disabled within each course itself.

  4. What is my username and password?

    UR Courses uses your username and password, the same credentials used to access your e-mail. If you aren't sure, use the "Find my username & password" tool.

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