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If you need assistance with program admission requirements, course selection or additional general information about the topics outlined below, our Academic Advisors are here to help.
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Advisors are available for one-on-one drop-in appointments, in a virtual classroom (chat) and by email for potential, new, and returning students and can answer your questions on topics including (but not limited to):
Before you meet with an advisor, take the time to research what you want to discuss with your Advisor. Begin with the Program and Course Catalogue, where you will find plenty of information about the programs and courses at Douglas and our Course Planning page for more tips on how to determine what courses to take and how to register.
To get the most out of your meeting, make a list of questions you plan to ask your Advisor ahead of time. It is also a good idea to attend an information session on the program of your choice beforehand.
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