Online S/U Option Declaration Exercise – Semester 2, AY2022/2023
To: All Undergraduate students excluding students from Dentistry, Law, Medicine (except Nursing) and Yale-NUS College
(Yale-NUS College students – The appended information is not applicable to you. Please refer to the instructions sent by the Yale-NUS Registry)
The S/U Option Declaration Exercise for Semester 2, AY2022/2023 will be held from 29 May 2023 (upon release of results) to 31 May 2023, 6pm. Please refer to the email dated 9 May 2023 for further information.
Registry Circular Manager
On behalf of the S/U Declaration Team
NUS students: change of login mechanism
Dear students, please note the change of Canvas login mechanism with effect from 20 December 2022. The new login page has a blue theme.
Please login using either your:
a) Email address (firstname.lastname@example.org), or
b) NUSNET ID (e.g. e0123456)
Should you encounter any difficulties logging in, please contact IT Care.
Canvas course sites for AY2022–2023, Sem 2
The Canvas course sites for courses taught during AY 2022–2023, semester 2 are now ready and can be viewed from the Canvas Dashboard.
If you do not see a Canvas course site for a course you are teaching, please contact your CMIS departmental contact to be added as the Lecturer in CMIS, a system used for timetabling purposes at NUS from where Canvas draws this information.
Transitioning from LumiNUS to Canvas
Access the Canvas platform at: https://canvas.nus.edu.sg
To support you during this transition period, we have put together various resources and guides that you may find helpful. Do take some time to review these:
For any support on Canvas features, please contact NUS ITcare or write in to Student Helpdesk or Faculty Helpdesk
Students, please note that you may have to access some courses on LumiNUS and some courses on Canvas during this semester (AY 2022-2023, Semester 1) until the transition to Canvas is complete in January 2023 when all courses will be switched over to Canvas. This is inevitable during the interim period, as lecturers need some time to migrate their courses.