Academic Advising for Humanities, Science & Social Sciences

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Ready to declare?

All students must formally declare their academic program. Once you've found your fit (and completed 12 or more units), let us know. If you have a change of heart later, you can always submit a new request.

Declare your major
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Just getting started?

Research the courses you need for your program by reviewing our program planning worksheets. If you need help, drop by and book a same-day appointment with an academic adviser.

Program planning
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Applying to graduate?

Once the end is in sight, it's a good idea to check in with an adviser and make sure everything is in order.

Apply to graduate
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Get advice at all stages of your degree

Book an appointment to discuss your academic plans and degree requirements. Advisers can help with program advice, course selection and CAPP report reviews.

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Have questions and not sure where to begin?

From academic programs and procedures, to university processes or requirements, we can answer many of your questions and provide referrals to other services.

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Academic Advising

Take time to plan your degree. Make decisions that fit you and your goals. Connect with an Academic Adviser when you have specific questions, as well as when you need someone to talk to about your options. Depending on your question, you may want to meet with an Academic Adviser in the Academic Advising Centre (AAC) for Humanities, Science and Social Sciences or a faculty member in your academic program who has responsibility for Academic Unit Advising (AUA).

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  • Advising in First Peoples House
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