Students should see their assigned faculty advisor each semester to build a relationship with that advisor and to develop opportunities for recommendation letters. Students may see any other faculty as they prefer for advising. Students may also see the Chief Advisor for all problems. However, students should always make a plan themselves before seeing an advisor. Remember, it is your degree and your life. Take the lead!
To find your current academic advisor, see this list. If you do not have an assignment, contact the Chief Advisor, Laura Nagel. If you are a new transfer into the department, you may not be listed.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Step 1: Make a plan of your own.
Step 2: See your assigned advisor and check your plan with them.
Step 3: If you still need advice, email your plan to the Chief Advisor.
Step 4: If that seems unsatisfactory, make an appointment to see the Chief Advisor.
Step 1: Visit the site above to see a recent grad check.
Step 2: Make a plan of your own.
Step 3: If you are unsure you may email your plan to the Chief Advisor for verification.
Step 1: Speak with your assigned advisor.
Step 2: If you want more help, see the Chief Advisor.
See the Chief Advisor.
Step 1: Make sure your transcript has been sent to the Records office.
Step 2: Wait at least one month for the record to be entered.
Step 3: Check your online grad check.
Step 4: If unsure, send an email to the Chief Advisor.
The Undergraduate Programs Office is where you find Academic Advisors for any undergraduate student matters or to "see a dean"
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