B.Sc.(Env.) Contacts

B.Sc.(Env.) Program Counsellor

Carie Devitt 
Johnston Hall, Room 133A (enter the doors under the clock tower and the office is straight ahead)

We are currently available via e-mail and by appointment through Microsoft Teams (which you have access to through your Gryph Mail account). Our office will continue to operate within usual working hours so please know we will not be checking or responding to e-mails in the evening or on the weekend.  

Students interested in making an appointment on Microsoft Teams please e-mail Ellen at clarksoe@uoguelph.ca from your @uoguelph.ca email account with the following information:

  •  First and Last name  
  • Student ID  
  • Current Program  
  • 2-3 windows of time you are available for an appointment within the hours of 10am-3pm Monday to Thursday and 10am-12pm Friday (please keep in mind we will not be booking same day appointments). If you have time zone concerns, please let Ellen know.
  • A brief explanation regarding your reason for seeking an appointment (this gives us an idea of how we can best prepare for our meeting with you!)  
  • Preference for meeting: audio only or audio with two-way video.   

Once your appointment is booked, Ellen will give you more information about accepting a call in Teams.

B.Sc.(Env.) Faculty Advisors


Dr. Bob Hanner
519-824-4120 x 53479
SSC, Room 2248
Office hours by appointment.

Environment and Resource Management

Dr. Aaron Berg
519-824-4120 x 53498
Hutt Building, Room 135
Office hours by appointment.

Environmental Economics & Policy

Dr. Brady Deaton
519-824-4120 x 52765
MacLachlan, Room 321
Office hours by appointment.

Environmental Sciences

Dr. Susan Glasauer
519-824-4120 x 52453
Alexander Hall, Room 321
Office hours by appointment.

Who do I contact?

Program Counsellors have in-depth knowledge regarding program requirements as well as University of Guelph regulations, policies and procedures. Program Counsellors can assist you in the development of your educational plans by asking appropriate questions and identifying alternatives. Program Counsellors can help you explore outcomes by providing useful information about who to talk to and how to get in touch with them. If you are experiencing issues of a personal, medical, or psychological nature affecting your academics, a Program Counsellor may be helpful in identifying campus resources and can discuss your academic options.

Faculty Advisors are experts in their field. They can provide information on their specialization as well as career opportunities. They can also provide assistance to students with selecting courses based on student interest.

Admission Inquiries

Contact your Program Counsellor or Faculty Advisor to discuss questions about the program and its content. Admission questions can be directed to the University of Guelph's Admission Services: https://admission.uoguelph.ca/contact.