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School of Education and Human Development

Undergraduate Advising

Getting Started

Questions about your degree requirements and courses? Talking with your advisor is the first step.

Our advisors can help you with:

  • Degree requirements,
  • Course load and options,
  • Transfer requirements, and
  • Other general advising information.

Before you go

We strongly encourage you to make an appointment with your advisor if you have any questions or concerns about your degree program. Before you make an appointment, please be aware of the following periods that may result in a longer than normal waiting period:

  • The week before classes start,
  • The first week of classes (add/drop period),
  • Q-drop deadline, and
  • Pre-registration period (last 6 weeks leading up to graduation).

Advising by Department





Educational Psychology


145 Gilchrist

Kinesiology & Sport Management


112 Harrington Tower

Teaching, Learning & Culture

Graduate Advising

How we can help

Our graduate advisors act as liaisons for students navigating the requirements of graduate school from the admissions process to graduation.

Generally, graduate advisors don’t provide a list of courses; however, they can work with you on a list of suggested courses depending on your degree plan. After meeting with an advisor, we strongly encourage you to review your course schedule with your chair or faculty advisor.

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