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What is a Faculty Academic Advising Session?

Faculty Academic Advising sessions provide guests who know what they would like to study with an opportunity to learn more about the specific area of interest by speaking with a Faculty Advisor. Be sure to bring your questions and prepare to learn more about applying, admission, registration, faculty-specific groups, clubs and more.

To book your session, please visit the Campus Tours webpage. There, you will find all available sessions for the term, allowing you to book a tour that best fits your schedule. Booking operates on a first-come, first-served basis, and we ask that you book your tour at least one week in advance. You do not need to book a tour in order to book an advising session.

Not sure what you'd like to study? All Campus Tours begin with a short presentation and opportunity to connect directly with University of Alberta advisors. If you still have questions following your tour, you may return to Student Connect in the Administration Building and speak with an advisor again.

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