Academic Advising

View Your Academic Advisement Report in Mosaic

The Academic Advisement Report (Mosaic > Student Center > Academics > Academic Requirements > View my advisement report) is intended to help students understand their academic degree requirements. Please see the guide on using the academic advisement report for assistance.

Faculty Contacts – Academic Advising

Have questions about your program?  Course Requirements?  Dropping or adding a course? Want to talk with someone about your Academics?  It’s time to contact your Faculty.

Faculties/Programs

Visit the Departmental Contacts PDF document to connect with staff in each academic department.


 Level 1 Enrolment Information

Incoming new students should refer to the websites noted below for information specific to your Level I Program. If you have academic questions, be sure to follow-up with your program office: check these websites for contact information.

Arts & Science I
Business I
Engineering I
Health Sciences I (For registration advice, please call 905-525-9140 ext. 22815 or 26564)
Humanities I
Midwifery I
Music I
Nursing I | Mohawk
Nursing I | Conestoga
Science (All Level I Programs including Kinesiology I)
Social Sciences I
Studio Art I
BTech I

For information regarding student orientation including, New Marauder Day in August and Welcome Week in September, please visit the Student Success Centre.

Notices:

The Office of the Registrar will not be available on Thursday, July 27th due to staff development.

What’s New

Diplomas for students who graduated in June are now available for pickup.

Need to upload a transcript attachment? Click here.

Photo Upload: If you are a new student, please upload an appropriate photo to Mosaic. This is required for your student ID card. If you are staying in residence, please make sure that you do the same in StarRez.

Quick Links

Sessional Dates and Deadlines

Undergraduate Calendar

Exam Information

Admission/Application Process

Getting Enrolled

Academic Advising

Transcript Request

Graduation


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