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International Student Program Advisor

One of the most important aspects of a student’s academic career is his/her degree requirements. I assist students in selecting and organizing a successful education plan. My primary goal as an advisor is to help each student understand the general and specific course requirements of a program.

If you are an International Student and have questions or require assistance in any matter, Lori Handsor’s office is room 214 in the International Students' Centre on the second floor of Laurier Hall 

 

Why meet with me?

To add, drop, or withdraw from a course
To understand and discuss your degree audit
To discuss problems that may be impacting your studies
To discuss your academic progress
To discuss changing or choosing your major
To review your degree planning
Clarification on academic policies and procedures

Referral service for academic advising, personal or career counseling, guidance regarding graduate studies, probation issues such as academic standing review and appeals and any other services available on campus.

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Campus Support

  • S.T.E.P.S. interactive workshops are 45 minutes to an hour in length.  Every session introduces practical applications on how to go about improving your learning and study skills.
  • The Campus Life Line program will help students transition to university with "just-in-time" sessions addressing concerns and issues as they arise throughout the academic year.
  • Learning Centres are available to students taking science and math courses at the University of Windsor.