Advising relationships are a key factor in academic success. Each academic college has an advising center. When you start as a new student, you are often assigned to the advising center when you first declare a major at orientation. If you began as an undecided, you are assigned to the New Student & Family Programs office for advising.
Our physical advising structures are closed due to COVID-19. However, we are still available to advise you – if you have concerns about classes right now, or are looking to get registered for summer or fall! Find the college associated with your major. If you’re undecided about your major, or don’t know where to go, email firstname.lastname@example.org with your concern, and we will get you connected with the appropriate resource.
The online academic catalog outlines course requirements and policies for each academic program. The catalog year corresponds with the year the student begins their program and details the curriculum and degree requirements that a student must fulfill in order to graduate.
The Office of New Student and Family Programs provides advising for all students (even if you're past your first year) who haven't picked a major yet, or who may be unsure of their initial choice of major.
University advising can help connect you to appropriate resources given your specific needs. Additionally, university advising proactively works with students who may benefit from more individualized support.