This link provides information about Deferred Privileges and Exams, Requests for Academic Consideration, and Voluntary Withdrawal.
This link provides information about Probationary Status, Required to Withdraw, and Strategies to Ensure Academic Success.
Students can find sample career options listed for each major through Co-operative Education and Career Services. CECS also has job postings, resume critiques, cover letter writing workshops and other valuable career advice.
Learn the processes you need to follow when declaring or changing your major.
Find out more about the co-op program in the BSc(Env) program.
Find out more about choosing, adding or dropping courses from your schedule.
Interested in study abroad or exchange opportunities? Contact your Program Counsellor towards the end of semester two or beginning of semester three. Deadlines for exchange application are in early January.
Find out how to relieve some of the financial pressures of university as well as information about scholarships and fees.
Planning for graduation? Here's what you need to know regarding graduation eligibility, graduation application and general graduation information.
Credits from other institutions can be counted towards your University of Guelph degree if they are taken under a Letter of Permission. Follow the link above to find out more about the process.
The university environment provides you with many opportunities to learn and grow. We are committed to supporting your development and responding to individual needs. Ultimately, though, your success here will depend on how you respond to the opportunities and responsibilities ahead.
Information about opportunities after graduation can be found here.