When To See An Academic Advisor
Academic planning is an integral component to ensuring your success at Sprott. We encourage you to take time to meet with an academic advisor to look at your academic plan. Regular contact with an academic advisor is available when:
- You need advice about adding or withdrawing from a course
- You are considering changing concentrations
- You are having difficulties in courses
- Your Academic Performance Evaluation was on Academic Warning (AW) or No Decision (ND)
- You have questions about academic performance and requirements
- You are applying for graduation
- You are planning to go on exchange or have just returned from exchange
- Registration Resources
- Course Approvals on Exchange
- BUSI Course Calendar Descriptions (includes prerequisites)
- BUSI Course Outlines
- BCom Degree Guides
- BIB Degree Guides
Sprott Academic Advising Hours
Sprott undergraduate students can now book their Sprott academic advising and student success appointments on mySprott!
If you would like to meet with a Sprott Program Advisor, you may access mySprott on Carleton Central, and from the Dashboard select mySprott. You can book your appointment directly on the Academic and Student Success Appointment Calendar.
Although we continue to work remotely, we look forward to meeting with you over M.S. Teams. Once you book your appointment on mySprott, we will follow up with a Teams meeting invitation, including the link for your appointment.
If you need to speak with a Sprott Program Advisor right away, note that you can now also book a same day appointment with an advisor on mySprott. Same-day appointments are available in the afternoon, from Monday to Thursday. To book a same-day appointment, log in to mySprott between 8:30 a.m. and 11:45 a.m., and book your appointment for that afternoon.
The Sprott Undergraduate Student Services Office is committed to providing uninterrupted support and academic advising to all Sprott undergraduate students during this time. Our team is available to continue answering your questions about your academic requirements and registration needs via email too. We will be responding to advising requests on a first-come-first-served basis Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Your patience and understanding is appreciated as we continue to provide individualized student support.
For the latest updates from Sprott and Carleton University, please regularly check your Carleton email and consult the Carleton University website.
Please note that during peak registration periods (July, September and January) responses to emails and overrides may be delayed up to seven business days.