A College of Letters & Science advisor works with an incoming first year student during a Student Orientation, Advising and Registration (SOAR) session. Photo by Jeff Miller, University Communications
The College of Letters & Science is committed to providing quality advising for all students. Through collaborative relationships with academic advisors, students are provided the support and encouragement they need to develop the skills necessary in order to take responsibility for their own development and success. Students will also find that L&S undergraduate academic advising services are committed to assisting students in making the transition to college, in having a rewarding college experience, and in planning for life after graduation.
As an undergraduate student within the College, information and resources are available to help students manage all aspects of their chosen program.
Students who have not yet declared a major are usually assigned an academic advisor in the L&S Academic and Career Advising Center or the Cross-College Advising Service.
Students who have declared a major are assigned an academic advisor in their academic department or program.
For contact information, please see:
- Academic Advising Services for Undergraduates
- High-impact programs that include advising
- Career advising
For students who are undecided or still exploring their academic options:
For L&S undergraduate students who have not yet declared their major:
For targeted, under-represented minority students, including first generation students:
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For advising in the major:
- Contact the major advisor. Refer to the Undergraduate Catalog for advisor contact information.
For Pre-Health and Pre-Law Advising:
- Academic Advancement Program
- First Year Interests Groups (FIGs)
- L&S Honors Program
- Undergraduate Research Scholars