Academic advisors are here to assist you with your academic planning, from your first week at Concordia to graduation. They can help you understand your program and degree requirements, interpret university rules and regulations, protect your GPA and get back on track after failed standing.
Academic advisors can answer your specific questions regarding: program requirements, pre-requisites, course and elective choices, adding or dropping majors or minors, making changes to your program of study, and more!
You can learn more about Concordia's academic advising resources on the Academic Advising page. If you are a student in failed standing and need academic advice, please reach out to the academic advisors in your faculty.
The Student Success Centre is a team of professional staff and student employees who help you develop the skills and strategies to succeed in the classroom, no matter what your program, and help prepare you for life beyond university. Our team includes Learning Specialists who can work with you on your specific academic challenges, Peer Writing Assistants who support you to improve your written assignments, and Peer Math Assistants to help you develop your problem solving techniques.