Advisors and counselors are here to help. Don't wait! If you have questions, concerns, or are looking for the right person to contact – contact an academic advisor. The earlier you can identify a problem or concern, the easier it is to deal with it.
And remember - you're not alone. Every student will face a time when they're unsure of the next step. Let us know – we're here to help!
Program Manager - Computing and Financial Management (CFM):
Phone: 519-888-4567 x37033
Office: DC 3107
The CFM Program Manager is your first and main point of contact for all of your questions including (but not limited to) course enrolment, course difficulties and challenges, sequence changes, program changes, CFM specific questions, getting involved on campus, student resources and tutoring, etc. If you don't know where to find the answer, start with the Program Manager and he will direct you.
In early September, all incoming CFM students will meet with the Program Manager at a scheduled time and date. You'll receive an email in August notifying you of your appointment time. This meeting is an opportunity for you to meet and to discuss the people and resources on campus that can help you along the way.
The Program Manager is unable to sign overrides for full classes, pre-requisites or conflicts so you may be directed to any or all of the following alternative contacts:
For Math and Statistics courses
Math Undergraduate Office (MC 4022)
- Monday = 10am - 12pm; 1pm - 4pm
- Tuesday to Friday = 9am - 12pm; 1pm - 4pm
For Computer Science courses
Computer Science Advising Office (DC 3317)
See CS Advisor Office Hours for a list of advisors and their office hours.
For Accounting & Financial Management courses
Phone: 519-888-4567 x36537
Office: HH 3156
Tutoring for most first year courses and some upper-year courses is available. Tutoring is normally provided by upper-year students or graduate students at designated times throughout the week.
Faculty of Mathematics Tutorial Centre
See Mathematics Tutorial Centre for a list of tutors and their availability.
David R. Cheriton School of Computer Science tutors
Tutoring is available for all first year (and some upper-year) Computer Science courses. Tutors are assigned to each course and the schedule of office hours is available on each course page, such as Designing Functional Programs (CS 135).
School of Accounting and Finance Tutoring Centre
Mondays through Thursdays from 1pm – 4pm at HH 2101.
Tutoring is provided by upper-year students in the following courses:
- AFM 101 - Introduction to Financial Accounting
- AFM 102 - Introduction to Managerial Accounting
- AFM 131 - Introduction to Business in North America
- AFM 291 - Intermediate Financial Accounting 1
- ECON 101 - Introduction to Microeconomics
- ECON 102 - Introduction to Macroeconomics
Tutoring in residence
In some instances, we bring the tutoring to you! Tutoring for some first year courses is available in residences throughout campus. You don't need to be a student in that residence to take advantage of the tutoring services provided. See Tutoring in Residence for a schedule of courses, locations and times.
Academic coaching and workshops
Additional supports and workshops are available to help you develop into a professional and successful student.
School of Accounting and Finance
The School of Accounting and Finance hosts academic skills workshops throughout the term. In addition, take advantage of the experience and expertise of your very own "Academic Skills Coach". Dave Logan is a qualified professional who can provide confidential counseling to help with personal concerns, academic success, and approaches to studying and exams.
Counseling Services offers a variety of resources and supports including individual counseling, study skills workshops, career counseling and personal guidance. Please note that there is high demand for these services and the wait for an appointment can be long. If you feel you could benefit from these services, don't wait until the need is urgent. Please visit Counselling Services for details of their locations and hours. Their site also provides information about study skills including time management tips, study tips and advice to improve your concentration, reading, and retention.
Student Success Office
The Student Success Office focuses on engaging and developing students academically, socially and culturally. Please check out the Student Success Office for more information.