Featured Programs

TALK Disabilities on Campus

This programme is designed to assist students in talking about their disabilities and accommodations within the University of Alberta Community. We are also looking to create more universal awareness around visible and invisible disabilities, and encouraging students to disclose safely and with sensitivity.

Adaptive Technology is for Everyone

Did you know that the University of Alberta offers adaptive technology for everyone? Are you, or do you know someone in need of adaptive technology? Talk to us today.


Academic Success Centre

Maximize your academic success and achieve your goals with professional support from the Academic Success Centre. The centre offers individual advising, group workshops, online courses, and specialized programming year-round to students in all university programs, and at all levels of achievement and study.

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Accommodations

In accordance with the University of Alberta’s Discrimination, Harassment, and Duty to Accommodate policy, accommodation support is available to eligible students who encounter limitations or restrictions to their ability to perform the daily activities necessary to pursue studies at a post-secondary level due to medical conditions and/or non-medical protected grounds.

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Contact Your Faculty

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Faculty and department advisors should be your first resource for questions related to your academics. Advisors can connect you with the best information, services, and advice to help you.

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Contact FGSR

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Graduate students should contact the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research.

Visit FGSR's Virtual Counter anytime between 1:30 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. Mountain time from Monday to Friday (except statutory holidays). FGSR is also open for in-person service in Triffo Hall between 10:00 a.m. and noon and between 1:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m.

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Academic Integrity

As straightforward as the concept of academic integrity might seem, it may carry different meanings for different people, vary from institution to institution, or vary from culture to culture. Students may also not bother to read the COSB; this is a dangerous assumption that can lead to an inadvertent rule violation.

Office of the Student Ombuds

The Office of the Student Ombuds is a confidential service that strives to ensure that university processes related to students operate as fairly as possible. We offer information, advice, and support to students, faculty, and staff as they deal with academic, discipline, interpersonal, and financial issues related to student programs.

Code of Student Behaviour

The University of Alberta places a very high value on academic integrity. Our Code of Student Behaviour (COSB) outlines what students are prohibited from doing, provides the rationale for those rules, and possible sanctions for violations.