Academic Advising

Academic Advising at CBU

The First-Year Advising Centre is now closed. 

If you have academic advising questions related to spring and summer 2019 courses contact holly_macdonald@cbu.ca but please note that the spring & summer timetable will not be finalized until March 5th.

More details on academic advising for September 2019 will be posted shortly.

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

Nursing students

Public Health students

New students with no transfer credits

New students with transfer credits

Returning students