Maggie Fyfe

Peer Advisor

Registrar's Office

| Peer Support

Maggie Fyfe Maggie Fyfe

I’m a fourth-year King’s student from Ottawa, Ontario pursuing a Concentrated Honours Degree in Classics with a minor in Early Modern Studies. This will be my third year working as Peer Academic Advisor in the Registrar’s Office. I feel so fortunate to be working as a part of the Academic Advising Team and I so enjoy having the opportunity to speak to other students about what degree pathways interest them. I came to King’s from a small high school, which has given me an appreciation for the close-knit nature of our university community. When I’m not working at the Registrar’s Office, you can usually find in me in the library translating Latin or Ancient Greek. Being from Ontario, I have really enjoyed spending the last three years exploring what Nova Scotia has to offer—from great hiking trails to great music at Maritime Night in Prince Hall.

My Best Tip for Success: Don’t be afraid to ask questions or ask for help! Even though it might initially feel intimidating to reach out, advisors and support staff want to help you succeed. We have an incredibly supportive network of community resources at King’s—so don’t be afraid to take advantage of these services in your time here as a student.

How Can I Help

As a Peer Academic Advisor, I can help with:

  • first and second-year undergraduate academic advising appointments.
  • course selection, scheduling and registration.
  • navigating degree options and pathways.
  • guidance and support with academic processes like grading policies, academic dates, withdrawals and confirmation letters.
  • understanding degree requirements and where to go for departmental advising.
  • information on, and direction or referral to, other student life and health/wellness supports and services.

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