Current undergraduate students

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The David R. Cheriton School of Computer Science is the largest centre of research and teaching in computer science in Canada. Whether you’re a first year student, or about to graduate, we care about your success and want you to have a rewarding university experience both in and outside school. This section of our website provides all the important resources and information needed for your personal and academic success.

Academic support 

  • Academic Advising — CS course enrollment; transfer to CS; guidance on majors, minors, and specializations in CS; course planning, etc.

  • Support for first and second year CS courses — the Instructional Support Group (ISG) provides a number of services to students enrolled in their courses including office hours and study advice from instructional staff and co-op students

  • Frequently Asked Questions — FAQs for all things relating to advising

Programs, courses and plan requirements  

Information for students 

Research, enrichment and awards 

Policies and forms 

  • Forms — List of commonly used forms

  • Faculty of Math Regulations — Official regulations in the university undergraduate calendar for academic progression and degree requirements in the Faculty of Mathematics

  • Math regulations and procedures — Summary of academic standings, INCs, Verification of Illness forms, etc.

Campus support and wellness