Current B.Sc. Students
For complete information on academic standing - what Academic Probation means, or what happens when a student is Required to Withdraw - this page has it all. It includes instructions on how to appeal Required to Withdraw standing.
Students will also find information on how to apply for re-admission to the University of Guelph and suggestions about what students should do during their two semester rustication period.
Please go to the Academic Standing page.
Wondering which courses are acceptable for B.Sc. students? A complete listing of Science Electives and Arts or Social Science electives are available.
Please go to the Approved Electives page.
This page has updates regarding course offerings (new or cancelled courses), restrictions, and special registrations instructions. A vital resource during Course Selection and Add periods.
Please go to the Course Selection Information page.
Complete instructions on how to apply for Deferred Final Exams or Deferred Conditions for B.Sc. students.
Please go to the Deferred Privilege page.
Find out how to apply for graduation and deadlines to apply for graduation as well as instructions on reading your academic evaluation to see if you qualify for graduation.
Please go to the Graduation page.
With so many majors and minors to choose from the following page was created to allow students to see the various major and minors available to them. Each major is linked to the schedule of studies so students can view what type of courses they are required to take in the major or minor.
Valuable information about how to switch majors or add a minor is also available on this page, as well information about transferring degree programs.
Please go to the Majors and Minors page.
Preparing for an Appointment
Wondering what you should do to prepare for your appointment with a Program Counsellor?
Please go to the Preparing for an Appointment page.
Update! Beginning in May 2021, a new online tool will be released by the Registrar's Office for degree planning and course registration purposes. It is currently anticipated that this new system, Student Planning, will be utilized for the Fall 2021 course selection period (expected to take place in July 2021). Further information will be communicated directly to students by the Registrar's Office in due course. The information contained on the Registration page is therefore subject to change (posted March 31, 2021).
Dates to register for courses, as well as add/drop dates and the last day to drop courses during the semester.
Please go to the Registration page.
Helpful links and information regarding campus and career resources.
Please go to the Resources page.
For students who were admitted to U of G without one of Grade 12 Physics, Biology or Chemistry, please go to the Revised Schedule of Studies page.
Find a list of scholarships for B.Sc. students and in particular scholarships for biological science majors.
Please go to the Scholarships page.
TAG is an online bulletin board created to help connect University of Guelph students seeking academic assistance in specific subject areas with University of Guelph students who wish to tutor.
Have more questions?
Book an appointment with a Program Counsellor:
Email: email@example.com (please only contact our office via email during COVID-19 office closure)
Telephone: 519-824-4120 Ext. 53788 (please do not leave voicemail messages during COVID-19 office closure)
Fax: 519-767-2044 (please do not send faxes during COVID-19 office closure), email: firstname.lastname@example.org
A limited number of drop-in appointments are available with a Program Counsellor most weekdays from 1:30 to 3:30 PM. Please check with our front desk for availability.