College of Letters, Arts and Sciences
Advising is recommended for all students! Our advisors will help you identify degrees that might fit your interests, plan a timeline for your studies, and make sure you're on track to graduate.
For students who have completed more than 90 credit hours, it is highly recommended that you meet with an advisor within your field of study to seek degree-specific advising.
There is a list of frequently asked questions on the Academic Advising Department's website that addresses common questions regarding registration, holds, general studies, majors, concentrations, and minors.