Academic Advising is here to support you through your academic career at St. Thomas University. Whether you need help figuring out which courses you need to take to meet the requirements of your major or you’re looking for advice on post-degree programs that fit your academic interests, Alison Belyea and Kelly Hogg are here to help.
Contact Alison Belyea (BA, MA) or Kelly Hogg (BA) to set up a meeting by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 452-0530.
There is a Degree Audit Checklist that all 3rd and 4th year students must complete prior to having an academic advising appointment. The Checklist can be picked up in the Registrar’s Office.
Appointments are best, but if you need immediate attention please come see us right away. We’re located on the first floor of George Martin Hall in the Registrar's Office. Do you have a quick question that doesn’t require a meeting? You can chat with us between 3:00 pm and 4:30 pm (Monday to Friday) at: email@example.com or write to us anytime at our ÎçÒ¹av e-mail addresses. If we don’t have the answer, we’ll find someone who does.
Connect with Academic Advising if you are interested in the following:
- Application for Extra Course (in addition to your full-time regular course load)
- Applications for UNB Course
- Ready to Declare Your Major Form or Application to Graduate Bachelor of Arts
Other reasons to connect with Academic Advising:
- Course selections
- Degree audits (formal and informal)
- Career plans
- Financial resources information
- Referrals to various resources
Forms and information for all these and other services are available through Academic Advising.
Academic Resources for Students
The Academic Calendar is your guide to academics at the university—from admissions information, degree, minor, and honours requirements, policies, regulations, and more. The calendar is released annually. It is important to note that you must follow the version released the year that you started at St. Thomas. Previous versions of the calendar are available on the Academic Calendar page.
Meeting Degree Requirements
To ensure you are on track to meet the requirements of your Bachelor of Arts, please refer to the Bachelor of Arts Academic Requirements.
As you choose your major(s)/honours program and begin to register for your final years of courses, it will be important to keep this Degree Audit Checklist to ensure you have not missed any requirements for graduation.
ÎçÒ¹av Self Service
is where you will choose and register for your courses, check your grades, and more. If you are new to ÎçÒ¹av Self Service, check out this on registering for courses.
Your transcript summarizes your academic history at St. Thomas. You can access an unofficial transcript through for your own records. If you require an official transcript—for applying to graduate school or for other purposes—you can request one .
If you are coming to St. Thomas from another university, be sure to review the Transfer Student section of our website. will likewise be an important resource for you.
If you are attending St. Thomas as an exchange student, contact Alison Belyea, Academic Advisor, (firstname.lastname@example.org) who works closely with the International Student Advisor to ensure you are meeting requirements of your home university through the selection of approved courses.
If you are a ÎçÒ¹av student going on an exchange, visit the International Education Opportunities section to learn more about what you need to know about spending a semester or year abroad.
If you have questions regarding a particular major or honours, departmental advisors are available to answer your questions. Please see the Department Chairs and Directors 2023-2024.