Advising and Support

Laszlo Kalman
Undergraduate Program Director
Natalja Zazubovits
Academic Advisor and Undergraduate Program Coordinator
  • Office: L-SP 367-01
  • Phone: 514-848-2424, ext. 5167
  • Advising time: 
    • Zoom drop-in advising: 
  • Tuesday & Thursday 11am - 12pm 
  • Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday 3pm - 4pm        
    •     Zoom Drop-in:  810 1683 6064
    •     Passcode: Montreal
  • In person drop-in advising:
  • Wednesday 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
  • Room: L-SP 367.01    


Department of Physics forms

Faculty of Arts and Science forms

Undergraduate advising

All full- and part-time undergraduate students, as well as non-program and independent undergraduate students who are currently taking Physics courses, can seek academic advising with our Academic Advisor at any time during the term. To make an appointment, please send an email to the Undergraduate Program Coordinator and Advisor.

As a student of the Department of Physics you can also contact the Student Academic Services (SAS) of the Faculty of Arts and Science.

General information on course registration can be found on the Undergraduate section of the Registration guide and on the Faculty of Arts and Science advising page.

Undergraduate students seeking advising on administrative matters or having administrative issues are referred to the Undergraduate Program Coordinator and Advisor.

PHYS 205 Study Group (Winter 2022)

If you are currently enrolled in PHYS 205, there is a study group available to you. The group meets every Wednesday from 2:00 - 3:30 PM. Click the zoom link below to access the meeting.  

Meeting ID: 859 4018 8834
Passcode: 402492

Undergraduates students can apply to a variety of summer programs and internships focused towards Physics students as well as to several awards and scholarships.

Graduate students and postdoctoral fellows also have several scholarships and awards available to them. Listings of some funding sources are maintained by our department on the Funding opportunities and Awards page and by the School of Graduate Studies on the Funding Sources page.

Both undergraduate and graduate students can search and apply for more scholarships, bursaries and awards using Concordia’s Awards Search system.

Students that will present posters or papers at academic conferences can receive financial support by applying to the Student Conference Travel Support from the Faculty of Arts and Science. Graduate students can also apply to the School of Graduate Studies Conference and Exposition Award and the Graduate Students Association Conference Funding Assistance Program.


The Department of Physics undergraduate course requirements and descriptions are listed on the Undergraduate Calendar.

On the Graduate Calendar are listed the degree requirements and course descriptions of the M.Sc. in Physics program and of the Ph.D. in Physics program.


Academic integrity

Newly admitted graduate students must complete the Academic Success & Integrity Module before the DNE deadline in their first term at Concordia.

Concordia’s reputation is paramount and is a reflection of the quality of the research and education offered at Concordia. For this reason Concordia has created the Academic Code of Conduct to inform students of what is appropriate and forbidden in order to keep the reputations of everyone at Concordia at the highest possible standard.

We encourage our students to trust in their own abilities and when in doubt, to consult a professor or the Code of Conduct. You can learn more about the Academic Integrity and the Academic Code of Conduct through the Student Hub.

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