Advising is a compulsory part of the matriculation process for all undergraduates in the Faculty of Science. The process of advising and matriculation can seem a daunting one. The information on this website is designed to familiarise sub-Honours Chemistry students with the advising process and provide important Chemistry-specific information.
The advising process can be broken down into five steps:
|1. Understand the Advising process|
|There is lots of information on this site and on the University website|
|2. Choose the modules you want to study|
|Have a look at the Course Catalogue|
|3. Enter your modules into the Academic Advising System via MySaint
|University information on advising for Science students is here|
|4. Make an appointment to see your Adviser of Studies|
|You must make your appointment through this site|
|5. Meet with your Adviser of Studies|
|Chemistry Advising take place in the Purdie Building|
Once you have met with your Adviser of Studies in the School of Chemistry and they have validated your module choices, you still need to make sure that you have completed matriculation. You may need to visit the Gateway Building to complete matriculation.
If you have specific questions, you can use the Contact Us link in the menu above to send your enquiry to the Chemistry sub-Honours Advisers of Studies.