All courses for every first-year Science student will be delivered online this fall. A limited number of students in their second, third and fourth years will return to campus for part of the semester.

New Student Guide - Video Series

All Level I students, entering a program in the Faculty of Science, are strongly encouraged to watch the interactive, New Student Guide episodes. Designed as an academic tutorial, each episode will provide you with important information about the university, course selection, and enrollment procedures.

To watch the first episode of the New Student Guide, please navigate to one of the boxes (below) according to your status as a registered student:

students in the Chemical & Physical Sciences program

Chemical & Physical
Sciences 1

students in the Environmental & Earth Sciences program

Environmental & Earth Sciences 1

students in the Life Sciences program

Life Sciences 1

students in the Mathematics & Statistics program

Mathematics & Statistics 1

students in the Honours Integrated Science program

Honours Integrated Science 1

students in the Honours Kinesiology program

Honours Kinesiology 1

students in the Medical Radiation Sciences program

Medical Radiation Sciences 1

If, after reviewing the video and website information, you feel that you require additional assistance you may wish to speak with a representative from the Associate Dean of Science (Academic) Office.

Remember to use the  Class Search tool to make sure the electives you choose are not in conflict with your required courses.

Additionally, we encourage students to consider using the 'My Planner' feature in  MOSAIC, prior to enrolling in courses. This feature allows you to plan and organize your course selection to assist with the enrollment process.

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