Academic Advising

The Bachelor of Computing program offers majors in Computer Science and Software Engineering, as well as a General Degree. The program is supported by our Program Counsellor, Greg Klotz. He assists students to make academic decisions and helps them to understand the implications of those decisions.

You may contact him over email, phone, or in person:

Phone: 519-824-4120 Ext. 52711
Office: Reynolds 1113

Program Councillor Greg Klotz

Academic Advisors Help With:


  • Deadlines
  • Selecting
  • Adding, possibly even if course is full or you don’t meet all pre-requisites, possibly late add a few days after add period ends
  • Dropping academic ramifications, possibly late drop with valid reason
  • Exchange
  • Letter of Permission: Taking a course at another university
  • Withdraw from semester (drop all courses)
  • Signing course waiver

Academic Consideration

  • Late add, latedrop, deferred exam

Graduation Requirements

  • Gradcheck, progression towards graduation
  • Area of Application, electives
  • Declare Minor, refer to other subject’s Faculty Advisor for questions about Minor
  • CIS Minor requirements and substitutions

Co-operative Education

  • Requirements for application to,and staying in Co-op
  • Academic-work sequences, changes
  • Workreports

Admission, Program Transfer, Student Status

  • Application requirements
  • Re-admission
  • Transferring from another program (e.g. B.A.History to B.Comp.Computer Science)
  • Eligible to Continue, Probation, Required to Withdraw, 70% requirement

Refer Students to Other Campus Services

  • Health Services
  • Counselling
  • Tutoring
  • Library and Learning Commons
  • Co-operative Education
  • Athletics
  • Admission Services