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Undergraduate Student Support Updates

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USC September hours and Support

Find out important information about how to access support at the Undergraduate Science Centre during September Rush and a reminder about the changes to our service structure.

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USC Service Update

As of June 1, the Undergraduate Science Centre (USC) is the home of all undergraduate student support in the Faculty of Science. Student support services are no longer available in department offices.

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Science Program Advising

Program advisors will provide you with accurate information regarding your degree program, policies and procedures and university resources. It is recommended to visit a program advisor at least once a semester to ensure you are on track with completing your degree requirements.

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Graduate Science Centre

As part of a recent reorganization within the Faculty of Science,. the Graduate Science Centre has been created for graduate student support and services.   View current graduate programs, important dates/deadlines, forms and documents, and and contact information for your questions.

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Science Theatres

Fall 2020 Access Form

We are in the process of identifying student access concerns to Faculty of Science in order to support online learning for all Science students.   If you are an undergraduate or graduate student and have an access concern, please submit our Fall 2020 Access Form. 

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The Faculty of Science is committed to sharing the awe and wonder of science with our local community and beyond. Science is discovery, science is exciting, and science is for everyone. There is no better way to engage in science than by having fun with it.