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Meet one-on-one with an advisor for answers to questions about course or program selection, transfer credit, course withdrawal, program requirements, changing programs, declaring a major or minor, making or updating a program plan, graduation check, or postgrad preparations.
Join us in Abbotsford on September 3rd for your official UFV welcome. New Student Orientation is designed to ease your transition as a high school student, transfer student, or mature student, to the life and culture at UFV.
New students starting in September 2019 are welcome to sign-up. Please see the full schedule for more details.
To book an advising appointment, choose your program from the list in "Current Students" below. You can email any questions you may have to firstname.lastname@example.org and an advisor will respond to you.
International students who are admitted to a UFV program and intending to remain in that program, please select your program from the "Current Students" section below.
Those not admitted to a UFV program or in Qualifying Studies should meet with an advisor from UFV International.
Select an Advisor for the program you are admitted to, even if you are new to UFV and have not yet taken any classes.
The Adult Education advising office is located in Building D, Room 218b on the Abbotsford campus
The School of Business advising office is located in Building C, Room 2418 on the Abbotsford campus
Including students admitted to:
Child, Youth and Family Studies
If you have not been admitted to one of The Child, Youth and Family Studies programs listed above but are interested in finding out more, book with a Qualifying Studies & Exploratory Advisor in Abbotsford or Chilliwack CEP campus.
Computer Information Systems
Criminology and Criminal Justice
The Criminology and Criminal Justice advising office is located in Building A, Room 203m on the Abbotsford campus
Including students admitted to:
If you are not admitted to one of the Criminology and Criminal Justice programs listed above but interested in finding out more, please book with a Qualifying Studies & Exploratory Advisor in Abbotsford or Chilliwack CEP campus.
Fine Arts, Design, and Media
The Fine Arts, Design, and Media Advisor has moved to UFV's Advising Centre, Student Union Building (Building S), Room S3117, King Road campus
Including exploring or admitted to:
Integrated and General Studies
The Advisor you meet with depends on the number of credits* you have:
I have less than 30 credits*
I have more than 30 credits*
*Login to MyUFV and myGradplan to check how many credits you have.
The Kinesiology advising office is located in Building A, Room 3439 on the Chilliwack CEP campus
If you are not admitted to the Bachelor of Kinesiology program but interested in finding out more, please book with a Qualifying Studies & Exploratory Advisor in Abbotsford or Chilliwack CEP campus.
Abbotsford (604-864-4674) - call after 8.30 am
Chilliwack (604-795-2808) - call after 9.00 am
Library and Information Technology
Social Work and Human Services
If you have not been admitted to one of The School of Social Work and Human Services programs listed above but are interested in finding out more, book with a Qualifying Studies & Exploratory Advisor in Abbotsford or Chilliwack CEP campus.
Are you admitted to the Masters of Social Work program? Email email@example.com to get information or book an advising appointment.
The Teacher Education advising office is located in Building D, Room 3005 on the Abbotsford campus
Trades are located on the Chilliwack CEP campus in the Trades and Technology Centre
For program information or to ask a question, please click the associated link.
Unsure of which trade you are interested in? Book with a Exploratory & Qualifying Studies Advisor in Abbotsford or Chilliwack CEP campus.
Upgrading and University Preparation (UUP)
Upgrading and University Preparation (UUP) have advising offices on 3 UFV campuses:
Book Your Workshop/Seminar
We know that starting a new life in Canada can be challenging, especially when getting accustomed to a new language, a new culture, and different laws. To help you get settled, UFV is offering a series of Immigration workshops at the Abbotsford campus.
You will learn all you need to know about study and work permits in order to make the most of your new Canadian life. You can also get your questions answered about the benefits of getting a Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP), while you consider whether to continue your studies or apply to work in Canada.
You will need to check important technical requirements, ensure a fast, internet connection and test your microphone a few days ahead.
All Fall Workshops start at 4:00pm and finish at 5:00 pm. Your workshop confirmation and reminder emails always confirm the location for the session.
Do you still have questions?
Please email your immigration-related questions to firstname.lastname@example.org (include your student number and contact details).
Are you thinking about a teaching career? If you are in the first, second, or third year of your undergraduate program and you are thinking of entering the Bachelor of Education at UFV, we recommend that you attend one of the Teacher Education information seminars.
Sept 30 - 12 pm-2 pm
Oct 25 - 12 pm-2 pm
Sept 9 - 9 am-11 am
Oct 17 - 2 pm- 4 pm
Nov 18 - 12 pm - 2 pm
Fall dates TBC (ONLY for 2019 BEd admission cycle applicants who have met all requirements)