Get help choosing the right program, find educational resources, and develop a plan to achieve your academic goals.
AUArts' Student Advisors are here to assist you with the following:
- Clarify your academic goals
- Help you define student success
- Understand the value of earning your accredited Bachelor degree credential
- Navigate the Academic Calendar program requirements
- Review your rights and expectations of conduct policies and procedures
- Select a program of study major and/or minor
- Consider the best course choices for your program
- Evaluate the benefits and consequences of adding or dropping a course
- Learn about student exchange and travel study programs
- Check into options to enroll in independent off-campus study
- Get referrals to resources such as tutoring and personal counselling
- Plot your immediate and long-term academic plans
- Calculate your unofficial GPA and learn why it is an important tool in tracking your academic success
- Learn what is involved in submitting an official grade appeal.
How to access student advising
Advising through email and TEAMS video conferencing, and in person is available Monday through Friday
Please email email@example.com or book an appointment through our booking app Advising Booking App. The Microsoft Teams app through myapps will need to be downloaded for free on your device for virtual appointments.
What to bring to your advisory appointment:
Please bring your student ID number.
Advising sessions are generally 20 minutes. We are excited to connect with you multiple times if you wish. Please arrive at your appointment prepared with your question(s) or just be open to see where our conversation leads. The goal is to jump right into meaningful discussion about your academic experience and expectations for success!
Important links for academic success
- Academic Calendar: All current AUArts students are expected to be knowledgeable about the academic regulations, policies, and information outlined in the Academic Calendar.
- Research Ethics Board: All current AUArts students who wish to involve the participation of humans, dead or live animals, biological materials will first need to discuss their goals with their instructor. All AUArts faculty have been trained in Research Ethics and will determine whether the concepts and materials of the student's project meet the instructor's academic learning outcomes. The student will then be required to submit a proposal for Research Ethics approval. Please note that the Research Ethics Board meets once a month and will work with students if revisions are required. All proposals submitted have been successful.
- Policies and Procedures: All current AUArts students, faculty, and staff are required to abide AUArts policies and procedures regarding conduct and intellectual propriety. Ignorance of the policies and procedures is not a viable excuse. Learn more about academic and non-academic codes of conduct, academic and artistic freedom, grade appeals, freedom of information and protection of privacy act, respectful workplace, health and safety regulations, and more.