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Plan your courses

Starting at UFV in September? Book your virtual planning sessions

Sign up for sessions this May-June and learn how to choose courses for your first semester, how to register, and how to connect with your academic advisor.

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Please note that most UFV classes and academic activities are currently being offered in an online format. Learn more by visiting the UFV COVID-19 update page.

This section gives you essential information about your program of study, and provides helpful advice from UFV's Academic & Program Advisors so you can decide what courses you should take in your first semester at UFV, and make informed decisions about your course load. We recommend that you start this step as early as possible, so you're ready when it's time to register for courses.

How to use this page

  1. Check your myUFV account to confirm the name of your program and your admission status.

  2. Use the use the program search filter at the bottom of this page to find your program or area of study and view your academic or program advising presentation.

  3. Once you've reviewed your program information, take the next step to learn how to finance your education, and how UFV can help.

 

Still looking for more information?

  • Learn definitions for important UFV course planning vocabulary 
  • Attend or watch an online information session  by an Academic or Program Advisor
  • Visit UFV's Academic Advising Program Planning page to find more information about your program
  • Plan and track your progress toward your degree with myGRADplan
  • Learn more about UFV transfer credits, including the Advanced Placement (AP) program, International Baccalaureate (IB) program, or transferring your credits from another post-secondary institution

 

Can’t find your program on this page?

Information about all UFV programs are listed in the Academic Calendar — your go-to source of information for course outlines and descriptions, as well as academic regulations, academic standards, and general policies for undergraduate and graduate programs.


Questions? Reach out to an Academic Advisor via email at advising@ufv.ca.

 

  

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