We're here to help you choose your program and courses! Academic advice is available from academic unit advisors in a department or school and from the Academic Advising Centre.
Declaring your major
Early declaration helps you to take control of your education and join your academic community. Students must declare once they have completed 12 units. Follow these easy steps to get started on your path:
1. Go to your MyPage
2. Click on the “Grades and Records” Tab
3. Click on “Request for Record of Degree Program (RDP)"
You can also visit the Advising Centre, and get help and guidance from one of the advisors there.
Have questions specific to a program, department, or school?
For advice on issues related to a specific program, department, or school, it's best to start with the academic unit advisor:
|Biochemistry and Microbiology||All levels
|Dr. Chris Upton, Margaret Blake
Dr. Marty Boulanger
|Biology||100 and 200 level
300 and 400 level
Concentration in Marine Biology
|Dr. Francis Choy
Dr. Will Hintz
Dr. Gerry Allen
Dr. Diana Varela
Honours and Majors
|Dr. Peter Wan
Dr. Dave Berg
|Earth and Ocean Sciences||All levels
|Dr. Stan Dosso
Dr. Colin Goldblatt
|Mathematics and Statistics||Math 100 and 200 level
Math 300 and 400 level, Honours
Statistics all levels, Honours
|Dr. Jing Huang, Dr. Robert Stacey
Dr. Ahmed Sourour
Dr. Laura Cowen
|Physics and Astronomy||All levels
|Dr. Mark Laidlaw
Dr. Richard Keeler
Academic Advising Centre
Connect with the Academic Advising Centre (AAC) throughout your degree. They can:
- Help you select your courses
- Help you explore your degree options
- Help you plan for your degree completion and help you interpret your CAPP report
- Explain University policies, regulations, and degree and program requirements
- Help you with academic concerns and provide appropriate referrals
- Discuss the flexibility available in a degree (adding a second Major or a Minor, Concentration or Option)
Transfer students can meet with an Academic Adviser to discuss academic plans, and review transfer credits to help you understand how they apply to your chosen degree.
The Academic Calendar contains information on programs, courses and academic regulations. Contact an Adviser if you need referrals or support in taking next steps or have questions about how to interpret a policy in the Academic Calendar. Unexpected life circumstances may interfere with academic success. You do not have to face difficulties on your own.