The advising team works with first-year, transfer and current students. This is where you’ll get help exploring majors, learn what classes you need to stay on track, and receive referral information about all the campus resources available to you.
Students assigned to the Allied Health Advising Office with 31 or more earned credits are not required to meet with an advisor in our office (unless on academic probation). But, certainly all are welcome to meet with us individually or attend informational advising sessions if new to their major.
Students assigned to the Allied Health Advising Office with 30 or less earned credits should complete the following steps this spring semester in order to register for summer/fall 2021 courses:
Use the tools below to help you brainstorm a list of potential classes to take next semester. From there, we will help you refine your list and give you additional ideas, but it helps maximize our time together if you brainstorm first!
Students will be assigned either to the Allied Health Advising Office or directly to a facutly advisor.
A MavPlan is a visual template to map out what classes and requirements you plan to take and when you plan to take them in order to earn the degree you are pursuing.
Academic advising is a crucial part of the educational experience for our students. This electronic document serves as a resource for faculty advisors as they work with students within the College of Allied Health and Nursing.