You may see your academic advisor any time. Asking questions and seeking information are normal activities for students. You will maximize results of your time with your advisor if you know what to expect.
You may find an answer to your question here.
Why Get Advised?
Take a look at the Top Ten Reasons to get advised.
Who is my Advisor? (Current Students)
New information about how to verify your major and find your academic advisor.
When is Advising?
Mark your calendar - important dates.
Make an Appointment
You may be required to be advised before your assigned early registration date each semester. Check BearWeb. Even if your advisement is recommended and not required before registration for classes, it is a good idea to touch base with your advisor to make sure you are on track to meet your expected academic goals.
I Need to Change My Major
Does any of the following information need to be corrected? Major, second major, minor, preprofessional or academic program?
Class Times for Summer/ Fall / Spring
Beginning and ending class times which went into effect with the Summer 2008 term.
Semester By Semester Planner
This is an interactive semester-by-semester planner for use in planning out several semesters or an entire degree program.
Worksheet for Class Schedule
This is the current week-at-a-glance worksheet for use in planning fall or spring class schedules.
Especially for Sophomores
Find information specific to your sophomore experience.
Especially for Juniors
Be aware of important deadlines that occur during the junior year.
Especially for Seniors
Make sure there are no unwanted surprises.
Roles and Responsibilities
What should you expect of your academic advisor? What should your academic advisor expect of you?