The Academic Advising Office offers academic advising services to all students who are pursuing a major or minor within the College of Arts & Humanities. We recommend students meet with our office as well as their Faculty Advisor at least once each semester.
Our Academic Advisors strive for student success and well-being by working with students in the following ways:
To limit the spread of COVID-19, Zoom or phone appointments are preferred. Please complete our Advising Assistance Form prior to scheduling an appointment. This form will help our advising staff to better assist you with your needs.
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Every student with a major in the College of Arts & Humanities has two academic advising resources, 1) College Academic Advising Office and 2) Faculty Advisor. Before you meet with either, you should prepare so you don't waste your time and get as much as you can out of the meeting.
When a student does not meet academic standing requirements, they are placed on Academic Warning, Academic Probation, or Suspension. Learn what happens, how to avoid it, and view resources to help.