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Student Toolkit for Academic Advising-FR

Author: myUNB News

Posted on Nov 8, 2018

Category: News and Notices

The Student Toolkit for Academic Advising is an online tool for Fredericton undergrads. Found on D2L, it’s accessible anywhere at anytime. The Student Toolkit is a centralized portal to existing services, resources, and websites to help students learn about, find, and access the information or services they need throughout the year.

It’s meant to help facilitate quicker and self-directed access to resources and services, and to help students make the most of their experiences at UNB. But students should also remember to consult with their academic advisors when experiencing difficulty.

Accessing the Toolkit

Before getting into the Toolkit the first time, students (and some UNB employees) will need to manually register for access. It is found under the “Free Courses Registration” at the bottom of the page after logging in to D2L / lms.unb.ca.

Once registered, the Toolkit is accessible at unb.ca/studenttoolkit every other time you want access.

All Fredericton-campus employees have automatic access.

What’s in the Toolkit?

  • Getting Started
  • Getting Around
  • Getting Involved
  • Academic Support
  • Career & Employment Resources
  • Money Matters
  • Student Living
  • Health & Wellness
  • Safety & Security
  • Policies & Regulations
  • Contact

Questions or Ideas?

Neil Cole, Academic Advising Support Coordinator, can respond to questions, concerns, and ideas. Contact him at ncole@unb.ca or 458-7603.

Article Contact Information

Contact: Neil Cole

Email Address: ncole@unb.ca