Bachelor of Commerce (BCom)

Student Services

Speak to a BCom Advisor

Did you know that you can meet with an advisor in the Business Undergraduate Program Office? Visit our Advisor Information & Office Hours page to find out how you can speak with a BCom advisor. Advisors are available to meet with you in-person or you can contact them via email. If you are a current BCom student, please email ugradbus@ualberta.ca. Prospective BCom students should email bcominfo@ualberta.ca.

International Centre

The U of A International Centre is another great resource for you at the U of A. This office houses International Student Services and is here to help you adjust to life both at the U of A and in Canada. The international student advisors can help you with any questions about immigration, financial topics, academic support, intercultural and interpersonal relationship questions. The office hosts workshops to help you navigate everything from Canadian academics to beginning your Canadian work search, socials for you to meet both Canadian and other international students, and panels to open discussions about international issues. The office also organizes Transitions, the orientation for new international students.

U of A Student Services

The U of A has numerous student services designed to assist all students. The U of A Students' Union also has services for all U of A students.

Academic Support

If you require assistance in any of your courses, we recommend that you consider one of the following services.

  • The Centre for Writers - this office provides free writing support to all U of A students
  • Student Success Centre - this office offers workshops, seminars and individual consultations on how to write more effectively at university, study strategies and exam strategies
  • Students Union Registries - Find a Tutor or access a copy of a Final/Midterm exam from a previous year
  • English Language Program - a variety of programs in the U of A Faculty of Extension
  • Math & Applied Sciences Centre - options for those seeking additional help in first year Calculus and Statistics, including small-group weekly seminars, midterm and final exam review workshops
  • Department of Math & Stats Support Centre - offers drop-in help, pre-calculus courses and MATH 113 review seminars
  • Specialized Support & Disabilities Services - provides support to equalize educational opportunities for U of A students, whose disabilities involve any number of conditions affecting mobility, vision, hearing, learning, and physical or mental health

Other Resources