Which Groups am I enrolled in as an instructor?

Canvas recently introduced a new page design called the New Canvas User Interface (UI). This lesson may include two images for specific steps to show the difference between the two designs. Unless otherwise indicated, the functionality and location of the components remain the same. The view available to you is determined by your institution.

Canvas helps you access your groups in the Course Navigation menu. Admins sometimes add instructors to an institutional group. If you do not see any groups listed, you have not been enrolled in a group.

View Groups in New Canvas UI

View Groups in New Canvas UI

In Global Navigation, click the Groups link [1], then view your groups [2]. To view all your groups, click the All Groups link [3].

View Groups in Legacy UI

View Groups in Legacy UI

If you are using the legacy interface, in Global Navigation, click the Courses & Groups link [1].  The groups you are enrolled in will appear to the right of your course enrollments [2]. To view all your groups, click the View all groups link [3].

View Groups

View Groups

Groups are organized into Current Groups [1] and Previous Groups [2].

View Current Groups

View Current Groups

Current Groups are groups in courses that are part of the current semester or term. You can view the name of the group [1] and the course name for the group [2]. If a course includes a term date [3], the term date displays next to the course name. Depending on access settings for a course, Current Groups can also display groups in courses that have been published but have not yet started.

Groups that are available to you are listed in blue text [4]. These groups are associated with current courses. To open a group, click the name of the group.

View Previous Groups

View Previous Groups

Groups under the Previous Groups heading are groups that are part of courses that have concluded. If the group includes a link, the group is still available as a read-only archived group. Prior users can view group material but cannot participate in the group.