Current Faculty of Arts & Science students have access to a wide range of academic advising and support services, visit the Faculty of Arts & Science’s Academic Advising and Support page.
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The Centre for Criminology & Sociolegal Studies is committed to providing academic support to St George CrimSL students throughout the duration of their undergraduate studies. The Program Office can provide you with advice on academic issues and problems that relate to or affect your Criminology & Sociolegal studies. We can provide St. George CrimSL students with advice on CrimSL programs, courses, prerequisites, switching courses and navigating your degree.
You can reach us by phone (416-946-3237) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) Monday to Friday, 9:30am to 4:30pm.
CrimSL Undergraduate Office is now open to in-person visitors on Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays 9:30am - 1:00pm and 2:00pm - 4:00pm.
Academic Advising online appointments will continue during fall/winter and summer terms to be offered Monday to Thursday for current CrimSL students by videoconferencing (through MS Teams). To book a 15 minute online appointment with Beatrix Doma Undergraduate Administrator, please book an appointment online. Please note that this service is restricted to current University of Toronto students. Each student is limited to a maximum of one slot per day.
Your Registrar's office can help you with advice on your degree studies and/or personal problems that affect your performance in your studies. They provide broad, integrated advising on personal, financial, family, or career issues. They also conduct academic advising, especially on issues that go beyond a particular course. The colleges also advise on petitions and other rule-related matters. Their staff are also specialists in providing referrals to, and follow-up from, specialized U of T student services.