This area of the website aims to inform and connect current OAC students with the resources, people and groups that will make their time at the University of Guelph successful.
Students admitted to the University are responsible for understanding and meeting certain responsibilities regarding Undergraduate Degree Regulations and Procedures, degree requirements, course requirements, Schedule of Dates, rules of conduct and accessing the University of Guelph email account. The responsibilities of students regarding academic advising are to seek, when necessary:
There are countless opportunities for students to get involved with their class, OAC, the University and the larger community. Start by joining a club or attending one of the many student events on campus. It's a great way to make friends and learn skills beyond the classroom. You’d also be hard pressed to find a more active and enthusiastic student group than the OAC Student Federation. More >
Looking for ways to finance your education? Alumni, friends and partners of OAC provide more than $1 million each year to support new and in-course students. Retaining the best students in OAC programs and acknowledging their accomplishments is important. Awards and scholarships are available at diploma, undergraduate and graduate levels. More >
Looking beyond the classroom and broadening your horizons is an important part of learning. Why not try expanding yourself through an international study program? OAC partners with universities across Canada and the world to provide exchange programs, semesters abroad, and international study opportunities. More >
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