Student getting advise from counsellor

You should see your advisor yearly to ensure that the courses you select are appropriate to your degree. 

Undergraduate Advisors assist and advise students on the following:

  • Regulations, Policies, and Procedures including grade appeals and petitions for exception to academic regulations
  • Program and Plan Requirements
  • Academic Difficulties
  • Academic Records
  • Academic Standing
  • Course Selection
  • Timetable Concerns

Who is my academic advisor at Renison?

If you are: Advisor                                                   To arrange Advice:                                                         
  • 1st year Honours Arts & Arts and Business
  • Non-degree seeking degree status
  • Post-degree student
  • a Liberal Studies student
Maria Vermeer Contact Maria Vermeer
  • SDS Majors or Minors whose last names begin with A-F 
Gwen Bisset Contact Gwen Bisset
  • SDS Majors or Minors whose last names begin with G-O
Jennifer Andrews-Coffey Contact Jennifer Andrews-Coffey
  • SDS Majors or Minors whose last names begin with P-Z
Lyndsay Masters Contact Lyndsay Masters
  • Applied Language Studies (APPLS)
Julia Williams Contact Julia Williams
  • East Asian Studies
Winona Phachanla Contact Winona Phachanla
  • English for Multilingual Speakers (EMLS) students in undergraduate studies 
Pat Skinner                    

Contact Pat Skinner

  • English for Multilingual Speakers (EMLS) students in graduate studies 
Stefan Rehm Contact Stefan Rehm
  • Studies in Islam
Winona Phachanla Contact Winona Phachanla

    For other information including a full list of majors and minors, please see the Faculty of Arts.

    The School of Social Work lists the advisors for Bachelor of Social Work students.

    Counselling services

    For career counselling, contact Centre for Career Action or stop by the Tatham Centre.

    For personal counselling and advice, counselling services offers many resources. Or, you can email the Renison Chaplain for counselling on all matters.