Current Student Advising

Academic Advising Hours

Academic Advising will be available for online or telephone appointments Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursdays

Academic Advisors will still be available via email Monday through Friday

The Faculty of Health Sciences provides academic advising and assistance regarding program planning, course selection and sequencing, and Academic Regulations for current students. Students are responsible for the accuracy of their own programs and should have a program check completed by an Academic Advisor during their final year of studies. 

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Before reaching out to an academic advisor, see if your question is answered in our FAQ

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Before your appointment

It is your responsibility to take ownership of academic decisions, course selections, and completion of degree requirements. Our academic advisors are here to help guide you.

  1. Review and update your Program Planning Guide (PPG)
  2. Ensure your tuition is paid and that you have no holds on your account so you can register in courses
  3. Take the time to pick out courses that interest you
  4. Check course prerequisites and liberal education list designations
  5. Consult important dates and deadlines
  6. Review the Academic Calendar for graduation requirements and limits
  7. Write down questions to ask the advisor (and take notes during your appointment so you can refer back to them!)

Undergraduate Academic Advising

Sherry Hogeweide
Bachelor of Nursing
Bachelor of Nursing After Degree

Janelle Fyfe
Bachelor of Health Sciences (Aboriginal Health, Addictions Counselling, Public Health)
Bachelor of Therapeutic Recreation

Calgary Campus Academic Advising

Advising for Health Sciences students located on the Calgary Campus

Graduate Academic Advising

Tammy Rogness
Graduate Certificates & Diplomas
Master's (MSc Health Sciences; Master of Nursing)
PhD (Population Studies in Health)

First Nations, Métis and Inuit Students Learning Facilitator

Tara Froehlich
We can help First Nations, Métis and Inuit students in all programs in the Faculty of Health Sciences access Elders, Advisors, Tutors, Mentors, Scholarship and funding opportunities, Campus referrals for personal support, and counselling