Undergraduate students who wish to plan their programs or who need advice on any academic matter should consult an Academic Advisor.
This may include, but is not limited to:
- planning for degree programs,
- choosing courses,
- clarifying academic procedures or regulations,
- determining academic standing,
- experiencing academic difficulty,
- utilizing college advanced standing or university transfer credits,
- requesting a course overload,
- obtaining a letter of permission to take courses from another university (on-campus or through distance education),
- planning around extended medical absences,
- planning program/courses for an international exchange,
- planning for a second degree,
- waiving of program requirements/academic regulations through academic appeal/petition.
During the spring/summer term, students can contact Academic Advising by emailing their questions to email@example.com for on campus students and firstname.lastname@example.org for students in our distance programs and an advisor will respond to you via email. Or students may use one of our drop-in sessions (in person or online).
On-Campus in Office A207:
Monday 9:30am - 3pm
Tuesday 9:30am - 3pm
Wednesday 9:30am - 12pm
Thursday 9:30am - 3pm
Friday 9:30am - 3pm
(Drop-ins are run in a first-come, first-served basis)
Online drop-ins for Distance Students will continue as normally scheduled throughout the summer:
Mondays and Thursdays
Distant students can sign up for the drop-in hours every Monday or Thursday morning between 9 -11 am through the WebAdvisor Student Menu, under Communications. The sessions themselves are held between 2-4 pm.
Students are responsible for ensuring that the courses in which they register meet the degree requirements of their programs.