Academic Advising Appointments Are Now Available In-Person and on Zoom

| September 15, 2021
Submitted by Alexis Maynard for Student Experience

Important Notice

For the latest information and updates about McMaster's response to COVID-19 (coronavirus) please visit the McMaster COVID-19 site.

Our Academic Advisors are continuing to support students in-person and virtually this Fall.

Book an appointment to answer your questions about:

  • Program options
  • Course selection
  • Missed coursework
  • Experiential opportunities
  • University program and regulations
  • And more!

Please use the below instructions to schedule an Academic Advising appointment. Be sure to select the correct appointment type: Academic Advising In-Person OR Academic Advising Virtual.

  • Log into OSCARplus with your MacID and password
  • On the left hand side, click ‘DeGroote School of Business’
  • Select ‘Appointments’
  • Click ‘Commerce’ and book an appointment by the View Calendar option
  • Select either the In-Person or Virtual appointment type
  • Please leave a detailed comment describing how an Academic Advisor can best assist you
  • Upon booking, you will receive a confirmation of the date/time of your appointment
    • If your appointment is Virtual, the confirmation will include Zoom details

Zoom is free for all McMaster students! Review the step-by-step instructions on how to download and access.

Questions? Email buscom@mcmaster.ca. Make sure to use your McMaster email and include your full name and student ID number. Failure to do so may cause delays in receiving a response from our team.

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