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Advising


Mission Statement

College advisors embrace the idea that advising is teaching. We foster student development through partnerships and practices dedicated to student success. Advisors work with students to identify and achieve academic and life goals, encourage critical-thinking strategies, invigorate intellectual and cultural development, and collaborate with students to establish a timely graduation plan. In these ways, we teach the value of a Liberal Arts education for engaged, self-directed learners.
 College advisors uphold the integrity of the College degree plans through judicial and administrative practices and policies. As first-line advocates for students and College, we consider University, College, and other policies to ensure an equitable and honorable consideration of individual situations. College advisors are dedicated to the proposition that effective advising is one of the essential elements in the attraction, retention, and graduation of Liberal Arts students.


Student Division Advisors

Student Division advisors see students who are undeclared, Asian American Studies majors, on scholastic probation, on scholastic dismissal, seeking a degree check, seeking an exception to degree requirements, in an emergency situation, or applying to graduate. Students should make appointments for degree checks, registration advising, success advising, and major exploration.

The Student Division advisors are located in GEB 2.306; call 512-471-4271 to make an appointment.


Departmental Advisors

Departmental advisors see students in their majors, students who are exploring the major, and students who have questions about courses taught in the department. Departmental advisors work with students to create graduation plans; discuss degree requirements and classes; explore honors options, scholarships, and study abroad. Advisors help students who are in scholastic difficulty; initiate petitions regarding degree requirements, act as liaisons between students and faculty, and between departments and the Dean's official as well as make referrals to other student services on campus.

Department Locations

AFR
BEL 228
512-471-5180
AMS 
PAR 114
512-471-5736
AHC/ ARY/ CC/GK/LAT
WAG 313
512-475-9185
ANT
SAC 4.102D
512-232-2181
ANS/ ACL
WCH 4.116
512-475-6027
CZ/ RUS/ REE
BEN 2.108
512-471-4936
ECO
BRB 1.114
512-471-2973
E
PAR 114
512-471-5736
EVS/ GRG/ IRG/ SOC
CLA 1.216
512-232-6344
AAS/ UND
GEB 2.306
512-471-4271
MAS
WMB 5.102A
512-471-2134
LAS/ JS
SRH 1.340
512-471-9419
FR/ GER/ ITL/SCA/EUS
HRH 2.114C
512-475-6463
GOV
BAT 2.102
512-232-7283
HIS
GAR 1.140
512-471-7670
HMN
CLA 2.104
512-471-3458
H S
PAR 114
512-471-5736
LIN
CLA 4.304C
512-471-9003
MELC / MES/ ISL
CAL 512
512-471-5107
PHL
WAG 313
512-475-9185
T C
CLA 2.102
512-471-1442
POR/ SPN
BEN 2.108
512-471-4936
PSY
BUR 230
512-471-4410
RHE
PAR 114
512-471-5736
R S
BUR 531
512-232-8126
URB
PAR 114
512-471-5736
WGS
BUR 540
512-475-7858