Choosing Your Program Schedule of Events

Wondering which program to choose as your program? Thinking about changing your program? Attend Choosing Your Program Month, held each year in March, to get more information to assist you with your choice.

Events throughout March include:

These events are designed to facilitate information flow between departments and students, and are a great way to learn about what is new and exciting in the respective department. Specifically, topics to learn about are: application requirements, pre-requisite courses, deadlines, course and program details, experiential opportunities, career possibilities and graduate school information.

The Main Event        View AA&CC Events View Other Related Events

The Main Event:

  • Choosing Your Program Fair in the Meeting Place
      - Wednesday, March 7th, 2018 from 12 noon- 2 pm
    • Need to better understand your program options? Not sure which program is right for you and need more information?
    • Get your program related questions answered, talk one on one with representatives and students from the departments
    • Not sure what this might look like? Click here to view a photo gallery from last year's fair.
    • Come out for free popcorn and chances to win great prizes!!
    • ALL departments will be attending! Many will have student representatives as well!

Click here to view a photo gallery from last year’s fair

AA&CC Events:

  • AA&CC Open House: Kick-off Event,  in AC213
    - Thursday, March 1, 2018 from 11am - 2pm
    • Focus on Choosing Your Program
    • Ask questions, get information!
    • Come out for free food, trivia, prizes, and lots of fun
  • Online 1 on 1 Chat Sessions with an Advising & Learning Strategist
    • Each week of March on Tuesdays, Wednesday & Thursdays for 1 hour (2-3 pm)
    • Get your quick questions answered!
    • Please click on the green “Live Support” chat button above or on the AA&CC homepage at the above times to access the chat feature
  • Academic Advising & Career Centre in the Meeting Place
    - Tuesday, March 20th & Wednesday, March 21st, 2018 from 10 am - 3 pm
    • Need to choose or change your program in April… not sure what to pick or how to do so.
    • Come out to the meeting place to get your questions answered. 
    • Academic & Learning Strategists and Career Counsellors will be there to provide information and guidance
    • Pick up resources
    • Pick up your 2018-19 Registrar's Guide to help you plan for your next semester
  • Online Chat Sessions facilitated by a Career Counsellor
    - Thursday, March 22 from 4-5 pm
    - Wednesday, March 28 from 5-6 pm

     What programs should I pick for med school or grad school? 
    Thinking about applying to medical school or grad school, not sure which program or combination of programs would be the best for you? Check out this Online Chat Session facilitated by a Career Counsellor to get more information! Please click on the green “Live Support” chat button above or on the AA&CC homepage at the above times to access the chat feature

Other Related Events:

  • Management Program Information Sessions: Check back for time and date
  • Management drop in office hoursDrop by to get your questions answered! Each week: Check back for time and date
  • EPSA Career Panel - Wednesday February 28, 5:30-7:30pm, Catalyst Centre
  • Careers after Biology Panel - Check back for time and date
  • Science Networking Night - Thursday March 8, 6:00 - 8:00pm, ESCB Atrium
  • Food Studies Program Drop-in Event - Wednesday, March 7, 12 noon - 2:00 pm, SW313, Culinaria Kitchen Lab
  • Social Sciences Networking Night - Wednesday, March 14, 6:00 - 8:00pm, IC Atrium
  • SOS Subject Post Pannel - Monday, March 19, 5:30 - 7:30pm, room TBA
  • Careers after Psychology Panel - Wednesday, March 21, 5:00 - 8:00 pm, room TBA
  • Computer Science/IT Networking Night - Wednesday, March 28, 6:00 - 8:00 pm, room TBA
  • Careers in Women's & Gender Studies - Check back for time and date

To find out more & to sign-up for the above events, go to Career Learning Network (CLN)

Go to the Choosing Your Program page for more information on this topic.