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Arts Advising

Book an appointment with an Arts Advisor 

Students are encouraged to meet with an Arts Advisor by booking an appointment on the Arts Advising Booking Calendar. (New appointments open up every Friday afternoon for the following week).

Our advisors typically meet with first year students, undeclared, or Generanl BA students and can help develop an academic plan and help students understand program requirements. Our advisors can also answer questions about changing majors, course selection, filing out a petition, and can provide accurate information about academic policies and procedures.

Support will continue to be made available to students through email. Currently the response time is within 3-5 business days. Please wait for a response before sending another email and be sure to include your full name and student ID number.

If you are a senior student with a major, please connect with your designated Undergraduate Advisor (see contact list below).

Other helpful links and resources:

2022-2023 Arts Undergraduate Advisor Contacts 

If you are a senior year student with a major and have questions regarding progression, connect with your program's Arts Undergraduate Advisor.

Note: Students with BA in Psychology, BA in Biology, BA in Geography or BA in Environmental Studies should contact Faculty of Science advising. Students with BA in Economics should contact Lazaridis School of Business and Economics advising.

Book an appointment

Are you a first year student? Undeclared? Or a General BA student?

Book an appointment with one of our academic advisors through the following link:

Arts Advising Booking Calendar

Top 5 Reasons You Should See an Academic Advisor

  1. Develop an academic plan.
  2. Verify that you are meeting your degree requirements.
  3. Explore the requirements for a minor or major.
  4. Clarify academic regulations, policies and procedures.
  5. Familiarize yourself with the resources available in case you are experiencing academic, financial, medical or personal difficulties.