Advising for Evening & Online Undergraduate Students


This page contains advising information for students who primarily attend evening and/or online courses in 6 or 12 week formats.

Students in the the College of Business & Management evening/online programs are advised by a professional Academic Advisor in the Student Success Center.  Students are  strongly encouraged to regularly meet with their professional Academic Advisor to discuss their academic progress and plan.

Please see Core Guides found below for additional information about courses that will fulfil your core requirements.  Core Guides are specific to your major/degree as well as the year you started your program.

For additional information about your major, please see our Programs List.

 

Students in the the Ruth S. Coleman College of Nursing & Health Sciences are advised by a professional Academic Advisor in the Student Success Center as well as a Faculty Major Advisor.  Students are also strongly encouraged to meet with their professional Academic Advisor to discuss general education core.  Faculty Major Advisors in the Ruth S. Coleman College of Nursing and Health Sciences serve as an additional resource to students.

Please see Core Guides found below for additional information about courses that will fulfil your core requirements.  Core Guides are specific to your major/degree as well as the year you started your program.

For additional information about your major, please see our Programs List.

Students in the the College of Arts and Sciences are advised by a professional Academic Advisor in the Student Success Center as well as a Faculty Major Advisor.  Students are required to meet with the Faculty Major Advisor every semester prior to registering for their next semester's course work to discuss course work within their major.  Students are also strongly encouraged to meet with their professional Academic Advisor to discuss general education core.
Students in the the Ruth S. Coleman College of Arts and Sciences are advised by a professional Academic Advisor in the Student Success Center as well as a Faculty Major Advisor.  Students are also strongly encouraged to meet with their professional Academic Advisor to discuss general education core.  Faculty Major Advisors in the Ruth S. Coleman College of Nursing and Health Sciences serve as an additional resource to students.