Academic Advising

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 for on campus students and 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). 

Drop-In Information:

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.