Why or when should I see a program counsellor?
The following are some examples of situations where you would consult with one of your Program Counsellors (please note that this is NOT a comprehensive list of reasons why you may seek the assistance of a program counsellor):
|Academic Consideration||if you require academic consideration due to medical, psychological, or compassionate grounds|
|Academic Standing||if you have questions about your academic standing (eligible to continue, probation, required to withdraw)|
|Course Selection||if you have any questions about courses you should or would like to take|
|Internal Program Transfer||if you are considering changing degree programs you may wish to speak to the program counsellor for the degree you are considering making an application to|
|Late Add||if the Add Period has ended and you wish to change one of your courses|
|Late Drop||if you missed the deadline to drop your course and you wish to try to drop it late|
|Letter of Permission||if you wish to take a course at another University for credit towards your University of Guelph degree|
|Schedule of Studies||if you have questions about what courses you are required to take to satisfy requirements for your degree program|
If for any reason you feel that you cannot talk to one of your Program Counsellors you should contact the Associate Dean (Academic) for your College/degree program.