Current graduate students
Department of Geography
Supporting your academic career
General information / administrative policies
The student's supervisor is responsible for providing office space to thesis-based graduate students who require it for the program-related activities. Normally, thesis-based students are provided office space within their supervisor’s research space. MGIS students share an office on the 4th floor.
Keys / lab access
Access is provided to office/lab space as required.
Long distance calls
The department absorbs the cost of monthly rental on the office telephones. All long-distance calls are considered as personal charges. For information regarding long distance access, please contact the Department Manager.
Graduate students have a shared space for incoming mail in the Geography Main Office. Incoming mail can be addressed to you, c/o Department of Geography, University of Calgary, 2500 University Drive NW, Calgary, Alberta T2N 1N4. All incoming mail should be related to program activities.
Graduate program contacts
Contact us for any questions you may have about the programs we offer..
Graduate Program Advisor
Ask me about graduate program advising
Graduate Program Director
Ask me about graduate degree requirements
Dr. Gwendolyn Blue
View some commonly asked questions you may have about applying for graduate studies in the Department of Geography.
To calculate your tuition visit the Graduate Calendar.
Graduate fees and funding
Understand your general fees and learn about funding available.
Awards and scholarships
Find the awards and scholarships that apply to you and learn how and when to apply.
Graduate student funding policy
Learn how the Department of Geography supports graduate students.
Congratulations! You are approaching the final step of your study. Thesis-based and course-based students will need to complete different tasks in order to graduate. Ensure you have completed all the requirements for your degree.
Where do I get information about convocation?
Visit the Convocation office for more information.
Geography Graduate Students Association (GeoGSA)
GeoGSA is a Departmental Student Association for graduate students in the Department of Geography. It is affiliated to the University of Calgary GSA. GeoGSA plans events to foster a sense of community and collaboration in the Department, as well as enrich the student experience. GeoGSA shares information on events, workshops and other things happening around campus or the greater community that might interest students.