The Bachelor of Health Sciences program has six Academic Advisors who are trained to provide confidential academic support to students in need. If you’re looking for support with your degree plan, help finding academic resources, or just need some advice, our advisors are here to help. Further down this page, you will find recorded videos which provide an overview of what our academic advisors can assist you with, as well as further information about some of the most common topics that we receive questions about.
How do I get Advising Help?
Current Bachelor of Health Sciences students can:
Attend a virtual Drop-In Academic Advising session. Drop-in academic advising is being offered every week, alternating between Tuesday @ 1pm (ET) and Thursday at 11am (ET). The full schedule is posted below. Students will be admitted from the waiting room individually in the order that they join the session to speak with an advisor.
Thursday Feb. 2nd, 2023 @ 11am
Tuesday Feb. 7th, 2023 @ 1pm
Thursday Feb. 16th, 2023 @ 11am
READING WEEK - No Drop-In Advising
Tuesday Feb. 28th, 2023 @ 1pm
Thursday Mar. 9th, 2023 @ 11am
Join Tuesday Drop-In Academic Advising
Join Thursday Drop-In Academic Advising
Email your assigned Academic Advisor directly:
Academic Advisors for On-Campus Students:Dr. Jeremy Butler, Dr. Tiziana Cotechini, Dr. Nikki Philbrook, Dr. Laura van Staalduinen
Academic Advisors for Online Students: Dr. Rob Campbell & Dr. Lisa Carver
Book an Academic Advising Appointment: If you are a Bachelor of Health Sciences student, you can now book an appointment with your Academic Advisor using our new online booking tool. Students in the online program can book an appointment with either Dr. Campbell or Dr. Carver. Students in the on-campus program should book with their assigned Academic Advisor.
If you are not a current Health Sciences student, or you don't know who your Academic Advisor is, please reach out to our team at email@example.com (or by using the contact form on this page)
Who are the Academic Advisors? What can they help you with? What topics are they not experts on?
What types of academic consideration are there? What documentation is needed? What's the difference between considerations and accommodations?
How can you focus your degree? How do you declare a learning track?
How can you get research experience? What study abroad options are there? How do internships work? What are certificates and how can you complete them?