The Undergraduate/Undeclared advising staff is available throughout the academic year to help you to explore and decide upon a possible major. Advisors also discuss academic issues, such as course scheduling, General Education and major requirements, and academic progress. Students meet with an academic advisor each quarter to discuss progress toward a major, major declaration, and graduating in a timely manner.
- U/U students are required to meet with their assigned academic advisor every fall, winter, and spring quarter until declaring a major or progressing through the school assignment process (if eligible). Beyond the quarterly required appointments, the academic advisors and peer academic advisors are also available for drop-ins and additional scheduled appointments as desired or needed.
- U/U students who earn grade point averages that place them on academic notice (early alert, academic recovery) are required to meet with their assigned advisor at the start of the new quarter to develop a plan for getting back into good academic standing.
Benefits of Academic Advising:
- Get assistance in goal setting and major exploration
- Learn about various majors and minors
- Get assistance in selecting courses to meet your major and career goals
- Make sure you are on track to graduate
- Receive help with developing strategies to improve academic performance
- Get questions answered about policies and procedures
- Obtain referrals and advice about campus resources