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Undergraduate Science Centre

EEEL 445, Energy Environment & Experiential Learning Building
University of Calgary
2500 University Dr NW
Calgary, AB T2N 1N4 Canada
T. 403.220-8600
T. 1.844.279.3797 (toll-free only in N. America)

Undergraduate Science Centre

The Undergraduate Science Centre will be closed Monday, May 8th through to Wednesday, May 17th to process the June 2017 graduation list.  While Program Advisors will not be available, our front desk staff will be available by phone, email and drop-in to answer general inquires and book appointments. During our closure, first year students seeking course selection assistance can contact New Student Registration Assistance.

In an effort to be more available to student prior to our closure, the Undergraduate Science Centre will be offering both drop-in and appointment based advising for course selection for first year students during the week of May 1st. We encourage all first year students to contact our office during this time.

The Undergraduate Science Centre (USC) supports and enables you to achieve the success you desire, helping you to accomplish more as a student, and connecting you to other support services across campus. Your success is our goal.

The USC is specially equipped to answer students’ questions about science programs, internship and co-operative education opportunities and programs that allow you to participate in an international experience.

We are located in EEEL Building, Room 445 (please note that access is only available via the East Elevators).  Telephone: 403.220-8600 or Email:

Program Advising

Access the assistance you need to manage your Science program degree requirements. Get answers to your most pressing questions: check your graduation requirements; change your program; apply for Honours, and much, much more.


Apply the skills you have learned in your courses by working in a lab for a summer or for a fall or winter term.

Co-op and internship opportunities

Co-op and internship programs offer undergraduate students the opportunity to apply skills they've learned in the classroom to a real world work environment. As a co-op or internship student, you'll gain valuable work experience, make industry connections and even earn some money!

Study Abroad Opportunities

Learn more about how you can "internationalize" your degree programs by spending from a few weeks to a full academic year or more studying abroad.

Research Work

Apply the skills you have learned in your courses by working in a lab for a summer or for a fall or winter term.


Explore the programs offered by our six departments and find out about our three interdisciplinary programs.