About the Academic Advisors

 

We’re here to help!

The primary sites for undergraduate student advising in the College of Arts and Science are the Undergraduate Student Office and the Trish Monture Centre for Student Success. Additional program advising occurs at the Departmental level. Advising in the UGSO and TMC is available throughout the year.

Undergraduate Student Advisors:

  • provide advice and guidance to students throughout their studies (including transfer, returning, second degree and graduating students)
  • monitor all program requirements and advise on College regulations
  • provide advice and guidance to students throughout their studies (including First Year Students, transfer, returning, second degree and graduating students)
  • assist students with course selection, understanding program options and resources available for academic success
  • determine prerequisites for non-direct entry colleges
  • provide strategies for application to direct entry college
  • ensure students satisfy promotion and graduation standards
  • assist students facing academic difficulty
  • advocate for appropriate resources for students
  • located in the Undergraduate Student Office, Arts 265
  • Drop by, email or phone (306) 966-4231

Aboriginal Student Advisors:

  • provide culturally relevant advice and guidance to Aboriginal students entering their first year of university and throughout their studies towards degree completion
  • assist Aboriginal students with course selection and registration
  • introduce first year Aboriginal students to Aboriginal Student Achievement Program Learning Communities
  • assist Aboriginal students with funding requests
  • advocate for appropriate resources for Aboriginal students
  • located in the Aboriginal Student Achievement Office, Arts 248)
  • Aboriginal students are not required to meet with Aboriginal student advisors in the ASAO. Aboriginal students may choose to meet with any advisor from any of the departments listed.
  • Drop by, email or phone (306) 966-4288

Departmental Student Advisors:

  • provide advice and guidance to students who have chosen their Major
  • help students choose courses in their Major
  • coordinate Spring Advising sessions for 3rd and 4th year students in the department of their major to ensure they are satisfying their major requirement and/or to provide guidance in course selection in their major
  • connect students to faculty experts in the field of their interest
  • located in each department