Academic Advising for Humanities, Science & Social Sciences

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Connect remotely with an adviser

Need to meet with an adviser to discuss your program plans? We're available for virtual advising appointments and can also be reached by email or phone.

Connect remotely with an adviser
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Having trouble choosing electives?

Use our thematic groupings of courses within Humanities and Social Sciences to focus on a particular area, help develop your passions - or take you somewhere altogether unexpected.

View thematic groupings
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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
Academic advice and support is currently available by phone, email and virtual appointment. See our advice & support page for information on how best to get in touch, depending on your program and the support needed. Students should also review the COVID-19 website for students, which has answers to many common questions regarding course scheduling, registration and delivery.

Deciding what to study, planning your program, choosing courses, preparing to graduate, and plotting out next steps; university involves research, study, writing, math - and that's before you even get to class. You're not alone, though - the Advising Centre is here with the resources, tools, tips, and people who can make sure you have the information you need to make the decisions that are right for you.

You've got decisions to make. We're here to help: