Need to Speak to an Academic Advisor? Book a Zoom Appointment via OSCARplus

| September 1, 2020
Submitted by Alexis Maynard for Student Experience - Academic

Our Academic Advisors are continuing to support students virtually through the Zoom platform, 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 a virtual Academic Advising appointment via Zoom that fits with your schedule:

  • 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. All Academic Advising appointments will be through the virtual Zoom platform.
  • Please leave a detailed comment describing how an Academic Advisor can best assist you.
  • Upon booking, you will receive a Zoom link to connect with the Academic Advisor at the date/time of your appointment

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


  • If you have any issues scheduling an appointment or require assistance cancelling a scheduled appointment, please contact us at We look forward to virtually meeting with you!
  • Reminder: When sending an email to, please always 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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