This fall, 600+ undergraduate and 200+ graduate students will begin studies in Environment. Whether you are a new or returning student, kickstart your fall with a review of how our faculty, campus groups and partners can help you in and out of the classroom.

** please note that an asterisk indicates resources that are recommended for new students only.

Undergraduate resources

Graduate resources

Resources for all students (undergrad and grad)

Should you have questions, please reach out to Dana Elrick, Undergraduate Student Transition and Engagement Officer, or Cynthiya Subramaniam, Administrator, Graduate Studies.

Dana Elrick

Student Transition and Engagement Officer
Dana Elrick
519-888-4567 x43055
Location: EV1 343
Contact for: Transition to university life, ENV 101, Orientation and Peer Mentorship. She is the faculty advisor for first year students and contact for student societies and student engagement.

Cynthiya Subramaniam

Administrator, Graduate Studies
519-888-4567 x42784
Location: EV1 335

Mapping, Analysis and Design (MAD) has undergone a work force planning review this past year and is excited to announce that they are changing their name and updating their service.