Speak to an Advisor
Every student at Corpus Christi College has an advisor
Your advisor is the person who knows you by name and understands your goals.You can speak to your advisor about your academic plan, career goals, student life and campus activities.
The Academic Advising office is dedicated to providing a holistic approach to advising. We take the whole person into account and provide “360 degree” advising.
Student AdvisorsJimmy Lam, Senior Academic Advisor
604.822.6862 ext. 134
Irene Van Esch, Associate Academic Advisor
604.822.6862 ext. 107
Academic Advising - COVID-19 UpdateAcademic Advisors are available by email Monday through Friday and are also able to talk with you via phone or Zoom. To schedule a Zoom appointment, simply send an email to the appropriate advisor indicating that you would like to set up an appointment. We will be in touch with you to set up a time to meet. At this time, we are unable to meet in-person and our campus is closed to the public.
For your convenience, we have also set up Zoom drop-in hours on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 2:30 PM – 4:30 PM. Visit the appropriate link below to access drop-in hours with an advisor.
For Domestic Students to meet with Jimmy Lam
Connect with Jimmy on Zoom
For academic course planning and questions about the Associate of Arts Degree, meet with Irene Van Esch
Connect with Irene on Zoom
Book an appointment
Book online, drop in (see schedules posted on advisors' doors), or email [email protected]
for an advising appointment.
What can your advisor help you with? Course Planning
Advisors help you choose the right courses to get you to where you need to go, whether it’s a specific program at another institution (such as UBC) or a degree program at Corpus Christi–St. Mark’s College. General Academic Guidance
Advisors answer your general questions and concerns pertaining to academic program requirements, policies, transfer information, deadlines and more. If your advisor does not know the answer, they will know who to direct you to for the information you need. Issues and Concerns within your Courses
Advisors can provide support and guidance on how to navigate challenging situations or problems that might arise within one of your courses.
BC Transfer Guide Exploring different Majors in Faculty of Arts
FAQs for New Students