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The Role of Student Advising

The Role of Student Advising

Your active participation in the advising process is essential for accessing the full range of academic opportunities during your studies. You must be proactive in seeking meetings with various advisers, professors, and counsellors to ensure that you receive the advice you need to formulate a personal plan of study and to meet your academic goals. While advisers are there to provide you with guidance, you are ultimately responsible for meeting your degree or diploma requirements. It is your responsibility to learn the rules and regulations of the University, your faculty, and your program. With your cooperation, advisers and counsellors will assist you throughout your undergraduate studies.

Programs, Courses and University Regulations—2012-2013 (last updated Mar. 19, 2012) (disclaimer)