Academic Advising at CBU
For students starting in January 2019:
All students must be advised in order to register for their courses. If you have not completed your academic advising please see the char below to find your contact person.
Please Note: If you have not completed your academic advising by December 18, 2018 you will need to wait until January 2, 2019 when CBU reopens to complete your advising and registration.
|Contact Alyssa MacDonald firstname.lastname@example.org if you are entering:||Contact Brittany Mullins email@example.com if you are entering:||Contact Anne Michelle Chiasson firstname.lastname@example.org if you are entering:|
|Bachelor of Arts||Bachelor of Engineering Transfer Program||Master of Business Administration in Community Economic Development|
|Bachelor of Arts Community Studies||Bachelor of Engineering Technology Electronics and Controls|
|Bachelor of Arts||Bachelor of Engineering Technology Environmental Studies|
|Diploma in Public Administration and Management||Bachelor of Engineering Technology Environmental Studies Post Diploma|
|Bachelor of Arts and Science in Environment (BASE)||Bachelor of Engineering Technology Manufacturing|
|Bachelor of Science||Bachelor of Engineering Technology Manufacturing Post Diploma|
|Bachelor of Health Science Public Health||Bachelor of Engineering Technology Petroleum|
|Bachelor of Health Science Public Health Post-Diploma||Bachelor of Engineering Technology Petroleum Post Diploma|
|Bachelor of Business Administration|
|Bachelor of Hospitality and Tourism Management|
|Post Baccalaureate Diploma in Business Management|
|Post Baccalaureate Diploma in Supply Chain Management|
All new students are required to meet with an academic advisor before registering for courses to help with program planning. Returning students are strongly encouraged to meet with a faculty member for academic advising to help with program planning as well.
The advising process differs depending on your program and year of study. Select the category below that best describes the group you fall into for more details on the process you should follow:
Advanced Standing BET students (post-degree or post-diploma): Contact Engineering Department Chair Paul Standing
Human Nutrition students: Contact Health Sciences Professor, Dr. Ed Barre