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Academic Advisors assist students with academic support, information about changing programs, individualized academic plans, pathway options, withdrawing, and more.

For International students, International Student Advisors (ISA) also assist with Immigration, Refugee and Citizenship Canada applications

Find the Academic Advisor or International Student Advisor assigned to your program.

When should I see my Advisor?

  • You have concerns about your progression in a course, or in your program
  • You need additional support (i.e. Peer Tutoring, Academic Support Workshops)
  • You鈥檙e interested in changing programs
  • You鈥檙e looking to withdraw from your program
  • You require an individualized academic plan
  • You want to know more about your options after you have completed your program
  • If you are an international student you would see your International Student Advisor (ISA) to discuss your academic and transition needs

What do Advisors do?

  • Provide specific information about your program
  • Help you adjust to college life and the demands of your program
  • Connect you with additional college supports, and provide tips for academic success
  • Assess and discuss your academic progress and standing
  • Assist with understanding Niagara College policies and procedures
  • Help you establish realistic educational goals and future planning
  • Provide guidance for successful progression towards graduation

International Student Advisors (ISA) can also assist International students with Immigration, Refugee and Citizenship Canada applications.

Indigenous Education

Support for
Indigenous Students

Specialized supports are available for Indigenous students.

Visit Indigenous Education
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