We are Fine Arts! Academic Advising


We spend a lot of time talking about the many opportunities available to Fine Arts students, so how exactly can you find your way with so many options?

The experience at uLethbridge is woven together with a wide support network of advisors who are there to guide students through academic and personal growth. Academic advisors are there to assist uLethbridge students in selecting courses, exploring academic options, and evaluating interests. This is an ongoing conversation between student and advisor that happens throughout an academic career, as the advisors constantly evaluate a student's goals, options, and passions.

We understand that, as students grow here, their goals may change. Many students change their majors and programs, taking classes across disciplines and faculties.

Be sure to review your program information often and ensure you are on the right track.



Visit us in W660, just off the Atrium on the 6th floor of the University Centre for the Arts.


We have returned to campus and cannot wait to see you all again however, we continue to recommend that you email your questions to reduce the number of people in our office area.
If you prefer to meet with an Advisor in person, please know to expect:
  • You will not be permitted if you are feeling ill or show symptoms of illness.
  • You will be required to wear a mask and to show your uLethbridge Safe campus badge.
  • One person at a time will be allowed to meet with the Advisor.
  • Meetings will need to be kept short (10 - 15 minutes).
Drop-in Schedule
Nov 29
Nov 30
Dec 1
Dec 2
Dec 3
1:00 - 4:00
1:00 - 4:00
1:00 - 4:00


*Drop-in times are subject to change please check the Fine Arts Advising website for the most up-to-date information.
General Inquiries:
Admissions Inquiries:
The Registrar’s website has some great resources to help you navigate your education for the next while – Program Planning Guides, forms, registration guides, and more. Find their website here:
Forms can be filled out and emailed to the Registrar’s Office to process for you. Forms such as withdrawal, and Independent Study (must include the Fine Arts Independent Study Proposal), can be found here.  

Talk to an Advisor

Students may come to the office during drop in hours to speak to an advisor, and will be seen on a first come, first serve basis.

If drop-in times do not suit your schedule, or you are unable to make it to campus, email your questions and remember to include your full name, student ID, and current program. Please allow at least two business days for a response.

Phone: 403-329-2691

Academic Advisors

James Dobbie, Assistant Dean


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