Do you need assistance with choosing a program, academic program planning, selecting courses or understanding academic regulations and procedures? We can assist with a wide range of issues from program and registration planning, to applying for graduation. We can help with these and many other questions.
We are unable to schedule in-person appointments. Email and phone are other options to have your questions answered. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org explaining your questions and someone will be in touch. Note that during peak times the drop-in visits will be the quickest way to speak with an Advisor. If you wish to meet with an Advisor we recommend you arrive as early as possible during drop-in hours.
Program Planning Guides (PPGs) provide essential information about the courses required to complete your program. Working with your PPG will help you decide what courses you should take in each semester, and make informed decisions about your course load. It is imperative that you start reviewing and working with your PPG as early in your degree as possible to ensure you stay on track. Your PPG is a working document that follows you throughout your degree. Keep it up-to-date and refer to it often for course registration and general program planning.
Within the PPG you will find a sample Sequencing Plan. This is just one example of how you COULD complete your major and degree requirements. You may find that a different sequence works better for you, and that is perfectly fine. Just make sure that you take the courses you need to complete your degree and be mindful of any prerequisites to ensure that you complete these in sequence.
When choosing your PPG, first navigate to the year you began your studies at the University of Lethbridge. Next, locate your degree (i.e.. BA) and expand that list and locate your major. If you are unsure of your degree and major, please visit the Bridge and click on the Student tab at the top of the page. Next, click Registration and then Registration Status. Your degree and major are listed under Program (i.e.. BA History).
And remember, Advisors are here to help! Advisors understand that the requirements for your degree program may be confusing. If you are unsure of your program requirements or which courses you should take when, please contact Academic Advising.
Are you having difficulty getting into an Arts & Science course that's required for your current degree? The Faculty of Arts & Science Fall 2024 Waitlist Request Form will be available here March 20 (9am) - August 15 (12pm).
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