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Undergraduate Advising or Assistance

Updated: 2021-03-03

Dear UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS,

**Please note that all questions or help requests MUST first go through this form. An email has been sent out to all students outlining this new process. Emails who did not first go through this form will be sent back to reception to ask you to fill it first.**

We assign your requests to someone as they come. There is a lot of useful information at the top of the form. Please take the time to read.

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Quick guide on where to go for help:
 

-Difficulties registering for a class?

-Questions about the undergraduate calendar?

-Questions about your program and options

  • Verification that you meet program requirements. 
  • Getting a list of all options offered to you. 
  • Help in choosing courses. 

-General education electives

  • General education electives (section 71.110 of the Undergraduate Calendar)

-Technical electives

  • Technical electives (section 71.50 of the Undergraduate Calendar)

Remember

-All 200 level courses which are pre-requisites for courses in the program must be passed at least a C-.

-All 200 level courses must be completed before taking any 400 level courses.

(we will not be able to help you in the Department on these topics)

Click here for the detailed list and the links to the SAS forms

EXAMPLES

-Exemptions

-Special Requests

-Transfer credits from previous studies

-International Exchange

 
LIST OF TOPICS THAT WE CANNOT HELP YOU WITH IN THE DEPARTMENT:

-Any financial question relating to your student account or financial block. For this, you must email students@concordia.ca and visit students@concordia.ca and/or visit: https://www.concordia.ca/students/birks/covid-19.html. 

-Any scholarship and bursary question. 

-Any immigration question (study permit, etc).

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If we need clarifications on your request, we will email you. In order to help us serve you better, do not send multiple forms with the same question - this will not accelerate the process (in fact, it delays it).

Thanking you in advance for your cooperation.

BCEE Administration

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