Partnership for Success
Advisors are here to help students succeed, but advising is most effective when it is viewed as an on-going process in which students and advisors work as partners. Ultimately, students have the responsibility for their own educational plans and for monitoring all requirements for graduation, but they are encouraged to take advantage of the many resources available on campus - including the various advising services.
Academic Advising & Exploration Center
If you are a freshman (under 24 Credits) or an undeclared student, go to the Academic Advising & Exploration Center website for advising information. Note: First year art, music, theatre, and media arts & game development majors will be advised by a faculty advisor in their department.
College Advising Offices
If you have earned 24 or more credits, or are classified as a Special Student, click here for your college:
General Education Requirements
Special Advising Services
Frequently Asked Questions
- How do I find my advisor?
- How do I get my advising report?
- How do I change a major or minor?
- When can I register?
- What is a registration hold?
- What is the "satisfactory/no credit" option?
- Are there services for Multicultural and Disadvantaged Students?
- What happens if I am placed on probation or am academically dismissed?