The Brock Academic Advising team is here to help! Starting Monday, September 19th, our teeam will be offering both booked appointment times (in-person or virtual) and walk-in hours. Our new offices are located in Thistle 208 (located at the very end of the main Thistle corridor, near the doors which exit to Alphie’s Trough).
Appointments with the Brock Academic Advising Team can be booked as usual through your my.brocku.ca portal (please see the section entitled “How to book an appointment” below for step-by-step instructions).
If you have chosen a virtual appointment, your Advisor will call you through Microsoft Teams at your appointment time. Instructions on how to book a virtual appointment with your Academic Advisor:
- Log into my.brocku.ca portal and book an appointment with your Academic Advisor
- Receive an invitation sent by your Academic Advisor from Microsoft Teams Calendar
- Accept the invitation
- Go to the Teams Calendar and click on your appointment
- Click “Join” to join the appointment
Brock Academic Advising will also be offering walk-in advising on Tuesday and Thursday from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. in Thistle 208
Quick general questions can also be directed to email@example.com. To connect with a specific department academic advisor, go to Find Your Advisor.
Please continue to monitor Brock University’s homepage for any COVID-19 updates at https://brocku.ca/coronavirus/
Your Academic Advisor is dedicated to helping you achieve your academic goals, step-by-step, from year one to graduation. It’s a good idea to see your academic advisor when:
- Considering dropping or withdrawing from a course
- Clarifying academic policies, procedures and regulations
- Determining academic standing
- Experiencing academic difficulty
- Requesting a degree audit
- Planning for degree programs
- Choosing courses
- Adding a minor
- Returning from an absence
Brock Academic Advising, the academic advising team within the Office of the Registrar, is specifically designated for the students described below.
- Students looking to change their major and/or explore adding a minor to their degree
- Undeclared or Undecided students
- Students in BA Social Sciences, General Humanities or BSc Science programs (i.e., without a specific major and formerly General Studies)
- Students on Academic Probation
- Students returning to studies following an absence
- Students who have general questions about university rules and regulations
Department Specific Academic Advising is designated for students who have degree-specific questions and who have a specific major.