Academic & Career Advising
Academic & Career Advising aims to enhance student success by engaging students in making informed choices about their academic planning. Academic & Career Advisors are available to assist undergraduate students with any academic matters throughout their degree including academic requirements for university programs, academic policies, and procedures as well as exploring program options and developing program plans.
Note: Academic & Career Advising can provide support to first-year Applied Science students, however, the School of Engineering has its own advising office to support its students.
ACADEMIC & CAREER ADVISING
Check out Academic & Career Advising’s frequently asked questions, and make sure your student has reviewed the for their program.
Advising for Indigenous students
Indigenous Programs and Services provides academic advising through a holistic approach for new and continuing First Nation, Metis, and Inuit students. Indigenous advisors help students navigate their academic journey to help students meet their educational and personal goals. Advisors are available to help with course planning, degree requirements, academic policies and procedures, and finding an on-campus community.
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