Getting Informed is Your Responsibility
Helping You is Ours
When you have an academic question, you might consult instructors or other students, but they can only offer opinions and may not have all the information you need to make an informed decision. Only faculty, department/school and peer advisors can provide complete advice — but you’ll need to contact them first!
Occasionally, problems may arise that could delay your graduation if not dealt with promptly, and advisors are well-placed to help you avoid them. We strongly recommend that you use this site to inform yourself about what advisors can — and can’t — do for you. While getting informed about rules and deadlines is ultimately your responsibility, your advisors can offer guidance and help take some of the uncertainty out of your undergraduate studies.