Seeing a BComm Program Counsellor | Gordon S. Lang School of Business and Economics

Seeing a BComm Program Counsellor

Meeting a program counsellor -

The B.Comm Program Counselling Office will be limiting in-person appointments to assist with social distancing and limiting the spread of COVID-19.  Students may speak to a program counsellor by phone, online or a limited number of in-person pre-booked appointments.

Our office schedule lists our available times

  • Review the most up-to-date information,  including completing the University of Guelph COVID 19 Daily Screening Form embedded within the link.
  • Wear a mask and follow physical distancing rules
  • Bring whatever you need to take notes whether that is your phone or pen and paper etc.


What have you done to prepare?

  • Have you looked at the BComm Counselling website?
  • Have you looked at your Student Planning Tool on WebAdvisor?
  • Have you looked at your schedule of studies in the Undergraduate Calendar?
  • Was it the correct year?

What have you brought with you?

  • Did you bring a list of questions you would like to ask?
  • Have you thought about what courses you might take?

Are you looking for an elective course?

Program counsellors provide technical advice about the program rules, regulations and requirements. What you take as an elective is your choice so unfortunately we cannot make a specific recommendation. For further details, please visit Elective Courses.

To make an appointment

To book an appointment, please call (519) 824-4120 ext. 56757.

*Please note that we do not book appointment times via email.

Counselling staff

  • Cheryl Doran - Counsellors' Assistant
  • Kandis Dyack –   Program Counsellor
  • Kuljeet Notay – Program Counsellor
  • Hugh Clark – Program Counsellor