College of Arts & Sciences Advising

The College of Arts & Sciences provides academic advising to students from the beginning of their sophomore year through graduation. 

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Please ensure that your phone number is listed correctly or indicate a correct phone number in the Additional Information section when booking your appointment.

Your academic advisor will call you on the phone number indicated at the time of your appointment. Please note that the call may come to your phone as a blocked or private number or No Caller ID. 

Are you an FSW student interested in a major in the College of Arts and Sciences? If so, we are having virtual appointments on the following dates: September 3, October 1,  November 5, and December 3, 2021, from 1:00 to 3:00.  Click below to register.  A Zoom  link for your appointment will be sent to you the day of your appointment.

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2018 graduationThe following services are available to students:

  • One-on-one advising by appointment
  • Academic advising and program information for majors and minors
  • Degree completion/graduation checks
  • Orientation sessions for new students within the College of Arts & Sciences
  • Registration and drop/add information
  • Evaluation of academic transcripts and review of articulation of transfer credits
  • Referral to faculty mentors for career and professional school advising
  • Referrals for internship and research opportunities
  • Maintenance of academic advising records
  • Certification of graduation requirements
  • Information regarding the transient enrollment process


Helpful Resources


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Meet the Advising Teams

  • Contact Your Advisor

  • Interim Director of CAS Academic Advising

  • Advising Office Contacts

  • Team Arts & Humanities

  • Team Natural Sciences

  • Team Social Sciences

  • Orientations

  • Responsibilities and Expectations

  • Forms

  • Curriculum Maps


  • How should I select the classes I need to schedule each semester?

  • I want to take a course at another institution and make sure the credits will count toward my degree. What should I do?

  • I want to take a class that is closed. What do I do?

  •  I cannot register because there is a hold on my record. What do I do?

  •  When should I register for classes?

  • Do I need a “C” or better in the courses in my major?

  •  How can I check my degree evaluation?

  •  What should I do as I near graduation?

  • What is the Excess Hours Surcharge?