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Arts Advising

How to connect with us:

Our advisors typically meet with general BA students, and students in their first year.  If you are a senior student (Year 2 or above) with a major, please connect with your designated Undergraduate Advisor (see contact list below).

Email

Email artsadvising@wlu.ca, always including your full name and student ID. We monitor the inbox during regular business hours, and we will respond to all emails as soon as we are able.

Booked Appointments

Book a 15-minute 1:1 appointment via MS Teams on the Arts Advising Booking Calendar.  The calendar opens each Friday at noon to book an appointment for the following week.  If you don't see any available appointments, please monitor the calendar for any cancellations or revisit the calendar on Friday's at noon.

Virtual Advising, Drop-in on Zoom

TuesdayWednesday, and Thursday from 2:00–3:00 p.m.

Drop-in sessions are first-come, first-serve and no registration is required. If the session is busy, your meeting will be limited to 5 minutes. Have your student ID and main question ready to go!

Zoom meeting link:
https://wilfrid-laurier.zoom.us/j/99813632173?pwd=VXZwZ0x5ZzluL1BxQmk3OFlQbFNVQT09 
Meeting ID: 998 1363 2173
Passcode: 923271

Other helpful links and resources:

 

Arts Undergraduate Advisor Contacts for 2022-2023 

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.

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.