Academic Resources

Bachelor of Commerce Resources

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]

Registrar's Office Student Guide

Services around Campus:

COVID-19 Information and Updates

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:

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