Here is the presentation from the BBRM Orientation Week Program Meeting.
News related to first year
Please mark your calendars for Tuesday, September 8th for the Bachelor of Bio-Resource Management Program Meeting. The meeting starts at 2:30pm in Rozanski 102. Staff, faculty and students will be on hand to welcome you and give you an overview of your program. Plan to attend! Meetings for Majors run on Wednesday, September 9th at 10am. Environmental Management students are in Rozanski Hall 105 and Equine Management students are in Rozanski Hall 106.
When course selection opens on Monday, you will see that courses are filling up quickly so if you are having troubles finding sections that work, please contact our office by calling ext. 54800.
Course selection for first year students has closed. The Add Period will run from August 17th, 2015 to September 18th, 2015; students can add and drop courses during the Add Period for the Fall semester.
MGMT 2150 is currently full. If you still require this course, please contact me (Melinda, firstname.lastname@example.org) asap to discuss options.
Course selection for incoming first year students will end on July 3rd. Please contact the Program Counselling Office at 519-824-4120 ext. 54549 if you are having troubles with your course selection (note that the office is closed on the weekends and the University is closed on Wednesday, July 1st). The next course selection period will be open from August 17th to September 18th.
UPDATE: New spaces have been opened in ENVS 1030, including a new section.
We are aware that ENVS 1030 sections have limited to no working spots for the EM students. In order to evenly distribute students among labs, we will not open new spots until more of the open spots fill. This ensures that the current spots can be filled by students in another program who can fit in those lab sections. In the meantime, please select your other courses in anticipation that there will be new spaces available soon.
UPDATE: More spaces have been requested and should be open later today.
We are aware that ENVS 1030 sections have limited to no working spots for the EM students. In order to evenly distribute students among labs, we will not open new spots until early next week so the current spots can be filled by students in another program who can fit in those lab sections. In the meantime, please select your other courses in anticipation that there will be new spaces available next week.
I just wanted to give a bit of insight into how first year courses are monitored by departments and how it conflicts with the time of day when many of you are selecting courses. Most of us leave work before 5:00pm; just when course selection is really getting started by students as you get home from school or work.
If you are an Environmental Management student having trouble finding MGMT 2150, it is likely because it is a 2000 level course and the instructions in the New Student Registration Guide note that you should look for 1000 level courses. To find it, you can leave the field for "Course Levels" on WebAdvisor blank. If you still can't find it, please call the office at 519-824-4120 ext. 54800.