Academic advising during COVID- 19
Academic advisors are here to support you during this time of transition. All in-person advising has been suspended at this time.
We will be monitoring our emails during this period and will do our best to reply in a timely manner. We kindly ask that you don't contact multiple advisors with the same question as it delays our response times at an already busy time.
Who should you see to get your questions answered?
The School of Public Health and Health Systems (SPHHS) has designed an advising system to meet your needs as you progress through the program. Our advisors' drop-in hours are Monday to Friday, typically from 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
|What's my concern?||Who should I see?|
|I have questions about my undergraduate degree in SPHHS (e.g., minors, options, degree requirements, internal transfers into SPHHS, received a "Required to Withdraw" decision)||We encourage all students to send their questions to the SPHHS Advising Team Mailbox. For more efficient communication, please use your UWaterloo email address and always include your student number in the email.
If you would like to speak to a specific academic advisor, please book an appointment here!
|I have a question about internal transfers to other UWaterloo departments, international exchanges, or my work term report||Julie-Anne Desrochers, Student Success Officer|
Please refer to our frequently asked questions with regards to general questions about your degree. For further assistance, please consult with an academic advisor. The advisors are here to assist in making your university years as rewarding and uncomplicated as possible. Feel free to drop by and introduce yourself!
Questions about Co-op?
For information about co-op requirements, process, work reports, and contacts for questions, visit co-op procedures.
Interested in transferring into the School of Public Health and Health Systems?
Check out this information if you are a University of Waterloo student interested in transferring into an undergraduate program offered by the School of Public Health and Health Systems.