Haskayne School of Business Program Advising
Haskayne Program Advising can help you address questions surrounding the following topics:
● Admission requirements to the Haskayne School of Business undergraduate programs
● Academic Rules and permissions
● Course selection
● Degree planning
● Program changes
● Letter of Permission
● Graduation and degree requirements
● Change of program
● GPA and academic standing
● Dual Degrees
● Academic Withdrawal rules
● Graduation checks and verification letters
● Referrals to other offices
Advising is currently being provided remotely through email and Zoom. To join the virtual advising line, download the QLess app and follow the instructions on the website link below.
To learn more about Haskayne program advising (including hours), please click here:
The PASS program provides a space for students to study collaboratively and ground their understanding of course material, supported by a peer who has taken this course recently and performed well. Through group discussions and collaborative activities/worksheets, the session leader supports students to achieve greater academic success. You get as much out of a PASS seminar as you put in: if you collaborate, answer questions, and work with others, you will learn a lot and probably make a few friends too!
This study session opportunity is available for the following courses: STAT 213, ACCT 217, MGST 217, FNCE 317, and BTMA 317.
To learn more about the PASS program, please click here:
Student Success Centre: Writing Support
Writing Support Services offers free individual writing consultations for UCalgary students. These sessions can help you improve essay structure/development, discuss writing strategies, and review returned papers to learn from feedback.
To book a consultation:
1. Go to the Learning Support and Advising Portal:
2. Go to “Student & Recent Grads”; “Login”; Sign in with your My U of C login credentials
3. Go to “Student Success Centre” > “Writing Support” > “View Calendar”
4. Select the desired appointment time and finish your registration.
Drop-in writing consultations are also offered (schedule is on the Student Success Centre website). To learn more, please click here:
There are several mentorship programs available at Haskayne. Having a mentor is a great way to be connected to campus life, advance in your academic and professional success, and make connections with the Haskayne community. This article will provide a summary of three programs you may be interested in!
The First-year Mentorship Program (FYM) helps first-year students make a successful and easy transition into their university career by pairing them with a senior Haskayne student. Having a mentor in the first few weeks of your time at the Haskayne School of Business will help you adjust to your surroundings and establish close relationships with your peers. You will be paired with a senior Haskayne mentor, who has similar interests as you (these matches are made manually). Your mentor group will include 1 mentor, and at least 2 other first-year students. This grouping will allow you to be connected with like-minded students. Having a mentor is a great way to be connected to campus life, advance in your academic and professional success, and make connections within the Haskayne community!
This is a pilot program, and the first of its kind to help you in your university transition. Spots are limited, and matches are based on a first-come-first-serve basis. If you are interested, please send an email to Shagufta Farheen, , to be included in the waitlist!
Please note: the program will be taken place virtually to accommodate for students who are not in Calgary or who are taking courses online in Fall 2020
The BMO Mentorship Program (offered by the Canadian Centre for Advanced Leadership in Business) gives students the opportunity to learn from business professionals through six one-on-one meetings between September and April. Students will be matched with a professional from their field of interest. This program will provide students the opportunity to facilitate personal and professional development, as well as establish a professional network and gain knowledge of different career paths.
To learn more about the BMO Mentorship program, please click here (applications close on September 9, 2020 at 1:00 pm):
The Haskayne Peer Network Program (offered by the Canadian Centre for Advanced Leadership in Business) hosts weekly drop-in events in NuWest Commons (by Brew and Blendz) and gives students the opportunity to meet other peers and engage in a wide range of both interactive and reflective leadership activities. It’s a great opportunity to connect with other business students and learn about lots of opportunities within the business faculty.
To learn more about the Haskayne Peer Network Program, please click here:
To access the mentee application, please click here: