Your adviser provides information about the degree plan, course descriptions, study abroad programs, possible careers, and internships; assists in the add/drop process; and offers one-on-one counseling in academic and related issues. The office is open year-round, and we encourage you to visit your adviser regularly. Walk-ins are welcome or call or stop by our office for an appointment.
Advising is required for students new to the major, on scholastic probation, or with 90 or more hours of completed coursework.
One of the best tools for advising is an advising audit. This is a computer-generated list of all your classes, as they apply to your degree plan.
You may also create and view your audits online using IDA, the Interactive Degree Audit.