Welcome to the Undergraduate Advising Center!
The College of Humanities and Social Sciences Undergraduate Advising Center serves students who have declared a major, minoring, an interest, or are considering a major, in the College. We assist students with appropriate course selection, fulfilling general education requirements, understanding pre-requisite requirements for their major, creating academic plans, and finding and referring students to other campus resources for their academic success.
Advising is an integral approach in a student’s progression toward graduation. Academic advising helps students to navigate through the rules and regulations of the Institute; helps students stay on track for graduation; disarm the traps of class pre-requisites; guard against students taking additional classes that will cost more money and delay graduation.
Fall 2020 Updates
Due to social distancing requirements, your face-to-face classes will look different this fall semester. Your professors will be posting directions and requirements in D2L about your first class meeting. Please make sure to review this information for each class prior to entering any face-to-face class setting. Due to social distancing requirements, it is possible you may not be in a physical setting for the first class session. These communications to you will be available in D2L beginning August 14.
CHSS advisors are working remotely to assist you. All appointments will be conducted virtually until further notice. For more information about virtual advising or contacting your advisor, please click here.
Spring 2021 Registration:
Registration for the Spring 2021 semester will open October 16! Individual time tickets will be assigned soon and can be viewed in Owl Express.
You can find general registration instructions on our Student Success Resources page.
To stay up to date with deadlines, please refer to the Academic Calendar on the Registrar's website.