Academic Advising

If you're a first-year student, it's a great idea to get you know your academic advisor.

As a busy university student, it's always a good idea to seek advice and information from an academic advisor. Our job is to help you with plan your academic career with things like course selection and registration. Because let's face it - whether you are transitioning from high school to university, or trying to declare your major or you're in need of a graduation assessment - there are a lot of important choices to be made.  Try to meet with your advisor at least once a year to make sure you are on track!

Need help with ...

Difficult courses:

- Connect with your instructor and ask questions if you don't understand.

- Check out the Math and Science Help Centre for free tutoring!

- See our Academic Coach by making an appointment.

- Check out additional support in our Student Services.

Planning your courses

Step 1 - Update your Program Checklist - especially if you expect to graduate soon!  Check for potential minor options and for detailed program information look in the Academic Calendar. Remember that it is YOUR RESPONSIBILITY to make sure you are on track!

Step 2 - Look through the courses offered in the summer, fall, and winter terms in the UNB Timetable. Registration is currently open and you will be able to add/drop courses online through your Portal up to the end of the second week of the term (see Calendar of Academic Dates).

Step 3 - Meet with your advisor to ensure you have a plan to meet all the requirements for your academic goals.

Important dates

MAY    1 - Summer 2018 courses begin

         10 - Last day to add/drop Session H summer courses

         18 - May 2018 Convocation

         21 - Holiday - no classes

JUN 11 - Last day to withdraw from Session H summer courses without academic penalty.

JUL    2 - Holiday - no classes

--> Check the Calendar of Academic Dates, UNB Saint John SASE Facebook Page  and UNB events calendar for more!

How to contact your advisor

Your Undergraduate Academic Advisor, Amy Witkowski, is located in Oland Hall G11A and can be reached at  Students can drop-in during Open Office hours listed below.  If you would like to schedule an appointment, please email

Drop-In Office Hours

Monday 1:30 - 3:30 pm    

Wednesday 9:00 - 11:30 am

Thursday 1:30 - 3:30 pm   

**There will be no drop-in office hours on the following dates: May 3, 24, 31.