Academic advising

Connecting you with the right resources

Connecting you with the right resources

Connecting you with the right resources

Academic advising is available to provide you with guidance throughout your educational experience. Advisors can help you make important decisions about your academic career and your professional future. Advisors also provide you with the tools you need to navigate the university, its departments, and its programs.

Advising channels

At the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS), different levels of academic advising are available to you depending on where you are in your academic journey.

Student Services advising

If you are a first or second year student with fewer than 60 units completed, please contact Student Services Academic Advising and general academic advising for more information.

Department advising

If you are a third or fourth year student who has declared your major, departmental advising is available to you. Please visit your department website or contact your department advisor.

FASS One advising (Surrey)

If you are a FASS One student or a student taking courses at the Surrey campus, Rosaline Baik, FASS One Coordinator, Student Recruitment and Advising, is available to address your advising needs.

FASS advising

If you are an undeclared student with more than 60 units completed or a student pursuing a BA with two minors, FASS drop-in advising is available for you. Book an appointment or contact an advisor below.

If you are not an undeclared student with more than 60 units or a student pursuing two minors, explore the options above to find the right advising channel for you.

Drop-in FASS advising

Monday to Thursday,  9–11:30am
Arts Central (AQ 3020)

You can also schedule an appointment in advance. To book an appointment, please contact an advisor below.

Explore resources to help you with program planning.

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FASS Compass

The Compass will help you to navigate the Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences (FASS) at SFU, its departments and its programs.

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Advising team in FASS