General Information

The Department of Microbiology and Immunology offers various undergraduate programs that lead to work in the medical, pharmaceutical or research fields.

Why study Microbiology and Immunology?

A degree in microbiology provides an excellent basis for entering professional and postgraduate programs in biomedical research, education, medicine, dentistry, and the veterinary sciences.

Find out more about our

Dates and schedules

See Important dates for students, or consult Minerva for the class schedules of courses offered by the Department and others.


Course evaluations

Past course evaluations are available in the Undergrad courses section.

To fill out course evaluations for this Term, click here.


For email questions about undergraduate studies, please contact us undergrad.microimm [at] (here).

Student Affairs Advising

Jennifer DiMassimo Office Hours

  • Tuesday 12:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.
  • Thursday 10:00 am. - 1:00 p.m.
  • By appointment.


 Service Point - bringing together many essential administrative services for students in ONE NEW location!


Service Point

What is Service Point? Service Point will provide newly-integrated front-line Undergraduate and Graduate student
administrative services including:
ID cards
  • International Health Insurance card
  • US Government Loan pick-up
  • Legal status and documentation
  • Undergraduate and Graduate Admissions and Application info
  • Student accounts tuition and fee information

Also included are selected services for Arts or Science students such as:

  • Course and program registration info
  • Enquiries regarding exams (including deferred and supplemental)
Why? The idea responds to the recommendations of the Task Force on Student Life and Learning and submissions to the Red Tape contest.
Where? Service Point will be located at 3415 McTavish St. in the McLennan library building at street level. It will be the "starting point" of the McTavish student services corridor.
When? Service Point will open its doors in late June 2010.