Starting in September 2018?

Welcome to the faculty of Science, Applied Science and Engineering - or SASE (pronounced "sassy") - we can't wait to see what amazing things you will do while you're with us! Your first year will be challenging, but we've got lots of resources to help you along the way.

You've got your acceptance letter - what now?

1. Activate your IT services - Your acceptance letter will have information about activating your student account and Orientation - please make sure to activate your IT services so that you can check your UNB Email account for important information about the upcoming school year. 

2. Plan to attend S.O.A.R. - New students will not be able to register for any courses until they have attended the Spring Orientation, Advising, & Registration session in May 2018.   As many of the Frequently Asked Questions are answered during this orientation, please save your inquiries for this date.  If you still have questions following the Orientation, you may then ask to meet with your Academic Advisor. 

3. Review this website - Review the information in the Registration Packages below to get an idea of the courses you might want to consider for the coming terms.  Degree Checklists will give you an idea of the courses you will need to take for the different programs.  You can find more information about these courses in the Academic Calendar under course descriptions, or learn when they are offered in the UNB timetable.

 Please read through the remainder of this website for other important information related to starting your first term at UNB Saint John.

4. Connect with your Academic Advisor - If you still have questions after reviewing the material on this website and attending SOAR, please email the appropriate advisor listed below:

- for questions about the Nursing or Health Science programs, please refer to Nursing and Health Sciences Advising.

- for all other science, applied science and engineering programs, please contact Amy Witkowski.

Additional resources

- For information on how to prepare for your first year at University, check out the New Student Guide.

- Review the appropriate Registration Package for information on your first year courses in your program:

- Review the degree checklists to see all the program requirements for each degree and major.

Step-By-Step instructions to help you register for courses through MyUNB.

- For a list of all courses offered in Fall 2018 and Winter 2019 by subject: UNB Timetable

- For course descriptions: see Academic Calendar


Please contact SASE Advisor Amy Witkowski.