Advising provides guidance through plans created collaboratively among academic advisors, students, and faculty. Make the most of your meetings by coming prepared with your most up-to-date course load information and questions. By working together with your advisors and professors, your goals can become reality.

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​Academic Advising

Reach your undergraduate goals by meeting regularly with your academic advisors. Your assigned advisors, professors, and staff are here to make sure you reach your full potential. First-year students are required to meet with their advisor before registering for classes. All other first-degree seeking students are strongly encouraged to meet with their assigned advisors to work on and monitor their academic plan. Be sure to book your advising appointment as soon as possible.

Who is your advisor?

First-year students are assigned an advisor. All other first degree undergraduate students, log in to see your advisor and make an appointment online.

Meet with an advisor before registration.

Scheduling an appointment with your advisor prior to class registration is always strongly encouraged. Your advisor can help flag issues—and resolve them—before it’s too late! If you are a first-year student, you must see your advisor before registering for classes.

Need to meet, but can’t make it to campus?

You can now request a Skype advising meeting! To utilize Skype* advising, choose Skype as your appointment type.

Please note: Skype is not available for every advisor.