DSAS Academic Counsellors/Advisors are available to answer queries about courses and modules
Due to COVID-19, the Help Center will operate via email communication at this time.
Reasons for seeing DSAS Counsellor/Advisor:
- General questions about courses and modules
- Taking a course offered by the DSAS department:
- Without the prerequisite
- Despite a timetable conflict
- Despite the course being full
Special requirements for courses taken elsewhere in lieu of Western University prerequisite courses
If you want to use a course that was NOT taken at Western as a prerequisite for an DSAS course you must provide:
- Detailed course outline which clearly specifies topics covered, textbook used
- A weblink to the course outline at the University where the course was administered
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