On King's campus, there are many sources of such direction. If you are unsure of where to go for assistance, please begin with the Registrar's Office. Staff members can assist you with questions about admissions, transfer credits, degree requirements and academic regulations, scholarships, bursaries and temporary loans, as well as exchanges. They can also direct you to academic advisors in King's and Dalhousie's various departments, schools and colleges, who can provide information about class requirements and recommendations specific to their programs (Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Undergraduate Advisors; Faculty of Science Advisors).
There's no comparison to a one-on-one visit with a academic advisor or a member of the Registrar's Office when it comes to a dose of academic advice, but the pages in this section can also serve to guide you most, if not all, of the way.
Head to the advising page designated for new students for a detailed look at how to choose courses in the Foundation Year Programme (for both the Arts and Sciences options), in the Bachelor of Journalism programs (Honours and One-Year), with an undeclared Arts and Science major, and as a transfer student—along with how to register.
The current student advising page will explain how students in good-standing can count courses they take at other universities toward their degree at King's, a process that must be put in place before the class is attended.
Along with the additional counselling and specialty resources available to students on both the King's and Dalhousie campuses, read what King's students are saying about their experience here at the College.