Current students

UNB Saint John Computer Science and Applied StatisticsIf you need academic advising, looking for more any form or information regarding course substitution, applying for honours or specialization, you can find the information you need in advising.

Student Services can assist with off-campus housing, career and personal counselling, financial aid and much more. 

The Department's students are eligible for various scholarships, prizes and bursaries.

Degree checklists

You can find informal forms below which can be used as a guide only and not a definitive answer to graduation status. Students should always meet with an advisor to confirm academic plans. The academic calendar is the official source of information regarding degree information and academic issues.    Students normally complete the degree program regulations that were in effect when they were admitted to the degree.   For various reasons, students may find that curriculum or schedule changes mean that some of the required courses cannot be taken.  (This can be common when a student is completing his/her studies part time.)   In such cases, an advisor can help to seek Dean's permission to adjust the student's degree requirements.  Permission can be sought to substitute an offered course for a required but not offered course, for instance.

CS Society

The CS Society is here to make the experience fun and easy for students. From hosting regular game nights to helping students prepare for next programming competitions, you can always expect the unexpected from us!

Want to help or have any great ideas to share? Simply contact us with CS-Society in the subject line.


Hearing back from the CSAS alumni has always been a great pleasure for us. Whether looking for an old friend or your old professor, you are always welcome to contact your desired faculty member or current students for a chance to revive your memories of your study at UNBSJ. 

We are always happy to hear from you so please don't hesitate to contact us