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Advising & Support

We are dedicated to your academic success! Our Front Desk staff and our Academic Advisors are here to provide you with the information, guidance and support to help you achieve your academic goals.

Our Front Desk staff is equipped to answer many of your questions.  When contacting our student services, in person or via email, please ensure to identify yourself by name and student ID.  Please be sure to include complete details related to your question, such as the course code and section (for example, AP/ADMS1000 Section A), if you are inquiring about a specific course.

Advising Appointments

Academic advising appointments with our in-house advisors are available for students currently enrolled in our programs (BCom, BDEM, minors and certificates). The front desk will schedule these appointments by request, based on availability only. Students are encouraged to come prepared for the advising appointment with a completed degree checklist, alongside questions to be addressed during their appointment. Official degree requirements can be accessed via Academic Calendars.

Notes:

  • If you are a new student who has not had an enrolment appointment, please contact lapsadv@yorku.ca
  • Students who are not currently enrolled in the BCom, BDEM, or a related professional business minor or certificate program are invited to contact LA&PS Academic Advising Services.

COVID-19 Update:
We currently offer convenient on-line virtual advising appointments via e-mail and Zoom. In-person advising appointments are not available at this time. To request a virtual appointment please email your name, student number and question to apsas@yorku.ca. One of our advising team members will respond as promptly as possible. We appreciate your patience and understanding during these challenging times.


Central Advising in LA&PS

The Faculty of LA&PS Advising Team is also available to help you with issues such as changing degrees, fulfilling degree requirements, academic petitions, what to do when a class is full and more.