Undergraduate Program Counselling

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 Counsellors, April Nejedly and Greg Klotz. They assist students with making academic decisions and help their implications.

Program Counsellors

April Nejedly Profile Picture
April Nejedly
Reynolds 1114
519-824-4120 x58173
cscouns@uoguelph.ca (Computer Science Counselling)

Greg Klotz Profile Picture
Greg Klotz
Reynolds 1113
519-824-4120 x52711
cscouns@uoguelph.ca (Computer Science Counselling)

Designated Office hours

Beginning Tuesday, March 17, the School of Computer Science Undergraduate Program Counsellors , Greg and April, will be working from home as per the UofG COVID-19 update.  You can contact them by email Monday to Friday at cscouns@uoguelph.ca (Computer Science Counselling)

What you need to know right now

All classes are cancelled this week. Courses will resume Monday, March 23, in an alternative-format delivery; no face-to-face classes or face-to-face exams will be held for the remainder of the winter 2020 semester.

What more we can help you with

  • Courses
  • Deadlines
  • Selecting
  • Adding
  • Dropping academic ramifications
  • Exchange
  • Letter of Permission: Taking a course at another university
  • Signing CIS course waiver


Academic Consideration.

  • Late add, latedrop, deferred exam etc.


Graduation Requirements

  • Progression towards graduation
  • Area of Application, electives
  • Declare Minor
  • CIS Minor requirements and substitutions


Co-operative Education

  • Academic-work sequences, changes


Student Status

  • 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

Also see the Responsibilities of the Program Counsellor section in the Academic Calendar.