All students are strongly encouraged to meet with their School academic advisors to review their progress. The role of the academic advisor is to assist students with:
- Academic planning, concerns, and procedures, including class selection, adding/deleting classes.
- Understanding University, Faculty, and School policies, and general program requirements, which may affect them.
- Resources available at Dalhousie and in the wider community for concerns which are beyond the responsibility of the academic advisors.
A variety of issues can fall under the category of academic concerns. If you are experiencing difficulties with coursework or your overall workload, the academic advisor is a good person to approach for suggestions about what kind of help may be useful and where you can find it. Tackling academic challenges early is key to success in your program of studies.
|Diagnostic Medical Ultrasound
Room 616 - Bethune Building
Office Hours: By appointment
|Nuclear Medicine Technology Advisor
Room 652-Bethune Building
firstname.lastname@example.orgOffice Hours: By Appointment
Radiological Technology Advisor
|Respiratory Therapy Advisor
Magnetic Resonance Imaging Advisor
Post Diploma Advisor
For inquiries, contact:
See the Admissions Officer for...
- Transfer credits
- Advice related to the Post-Diploma program
- Tracking degree requirements/Meeting the requirements for graduation
- Guidance on who to go to for specific advising issues
- Forwarding requests and waiver forms to the Academic RegulationsOfficer
Note: The Admissions Officer hours are M-T-W, 8am-4pm:
See the Academic Regulations Officer, Erin Lushman, for assistance with....
- Waiver of an academic regulation
- Letter of Permission
- Retroactive withdrawal
- Retroactive registration
- Requests for advanced standing
- Concurrent registration
- Leave of absence
- Permission to carry more than a normal workload
See someone in the Registrar's Office to ...
- Find out about financial aid (bursaries, scholarships, student loans)
- Get started on Banner
- Get help with the actual registration of a course
- File a Course Add/Drop form or a Letter of Permission
- Apply to graduate