Undergraduate Academic Advising Office: To assist incoming and returning students in the Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Management programs with course selection and registration, and to offer advice on academic matters.
How-to Videos on declaring your major, using the academic timetable, understanding academic standing and more.
Student Handbook: All key information you will need as a student in this program. [PDF - 309 KB]
Program Worksheet for students entering 1st year of the program in September 2020 [PDF - 25 KB]
Program Worksheet for students entering the program before September 2020 [PDF - 430 KB]
Know your Academic Pulse We highly recommend knowing your academic standing in each course at all times
Management Career Services: Dedicated co-op and career services for Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Management and CRMBA students.
Academic Integrity: (Faculty of Management): This website offers many suggestions of strategies for understanding what plagiarism is and how it can be avoided.
Appeals Policy - Faculty of Management [PDF - 374 KB]
External Invigilators [PDF - 282 KB]
Services around Campus:
There is a wealth of other resources around campus, some of which are highlighted below.
Academic Dates: Important academic dates for you to know- when are fees due, drop dates, schedule university closures and more.
Academic Support: This website provides information ranging from the Academic Program Fair (a great opportunity to explore other university departments that offer interesting elective courses), a GPA Calculator, lists of departmental advisors and important information on understanding your academic standing.
Academic Timetable: Find CRNs, class descriptions, availability and location for every class that Dalhousie offers.
Accessibility Services: The Advising and Access Services Centre is Dalhousie's centre of expertise for student accessibility and accommodation. Our advising team works with students who request accommodation as a result of:
- a disability,
- religious obligation, or
- any barrier related to any other characteristic protected under the Nova Scotia Human Rights Act.
We also work with faculty, staff, parents and prospective students who have questions regarding access and accommodation.
Health and Wellness: A referral page to all of Dalhousie's health services. If you are looking for a doctor, counselling, spritual guidance or just for tips on how to stay healthly, this is where you want to start.
Registrar's Office: The Registrar's Office is here to support you on your academic journey. It provides guidance and expert advice on university regulations, admissions, program changes and much more.
Study Skills / Tutoring Services: Whether you are doing well and want to do better or if you are experiencing academic difficulty, study skills/tutoring can help you reach your academic potential.
Writing Centre: Through one-on-one meetings with writing tutors you can get assistance in the following writing techniques:
- Academic Writing
- Portfolio Development
- Business Writing
- Writing for Admission and Scholarships
- Writing for the Web
- Collaborative Writing
- Technical Writing: Science and Engineering
- ESL Support