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Chemistry students can book advising appointments online using the Advisor Link system. Watch this short video tutorial to get started!
Prospective students and students from other Majors or Faculties who wish to meet with the advisor are encouraged to stop by during drop-in hours or email <email@example.com> to set up an appointment.
Drop-in Advising (SSB 8142)
No drop-ins Tuesday, March 28th
Frequently Asked Questions
For general questions, please check the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) page first. Queries not covered there can be directed to the Undergraduate Advisor <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Chemistry Co-op Advising
The co-op program combines work experience with academic studies. Students spend alternate terms on campus and in study-related jobs. You can find more information about the program on our Co-op Registration page and the Science Co-op Program website.
Virtual Co-op Advising:
Tuesdays 10:30-11:30am on Zoom
Science Co-op Advising:
Wednesdays 1-4pm in Sci-Space (AQ 3146)
Students interesting in speaking with an advisor for career advising should visit the Career Services website. Career advising topics include: career exploration, work search strategies, interview tips and practice interviews, graduate/professional school applications, and much more!
Book a career advising appointment by calling 778-782-3106 or emailing email@example.com. Students may also wish to visit the "What can I do with a degree in...?" page to explore career options.