See an Advisor
Academic advisors are available on both a walk-in basis and for scheduled appointments.
Meet our peer advisors, current students who can help you declare a major, connect with faculty, explore research opportunities, and more.
The College has established six fundamental interrelated principles to encourage participation, engagement, and involvement.
News & Announcements
January 16, 2018
- Overview of the Writing, Speaking, and Argument Program
- Overview of academic requirements
- Your transfer credit evaluation
- Ins and outs of registration
- Review important academic policies and deadlines
- Academic Honesty Policy
- Advising today
Handbooks & Forms
|Undergraduate Student Handbook|
|First Year Academic Handbook|
Advice from the Dean
Don’t worry about how people around you are doing, just focus on doing the best you can.
There is a lot to do and it is better to sample things a bit at a time.
Take a study skills course—even if you don’t think you need one!
We can help you choose sets of related courses (clusters) from across the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences and engineering.
Need help or more information from the College Center for Advising Services? Contact us.