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.
The College of Allied Health and Nursing separates its advising services between the Allied Health Advising Office and the School of Nursing Advising Office. All students interested in studying Nursing should go directly to the School of Nursing Advising Website found here. All other remaining Allied Health Majors as well as Pre-AT, Pre-OT, and Pre-PT students are advised within the Allied Health Advising Office.
To limit the spread of COVID-19, all advising appointments and interactions from our office has been moved online using Zoom technology and via MavMail. Please view the location box in MavConnect appointments for the link to your meeting.
Students assigned to the Allied Health Advising Office who have earned 30 or less credits should follow these steps (Click the hyperlinks to proceed to the appropriate task).:
If you have any questions beforehand, need to discuss course concerns or need assistance with getting a meeting set up, please e-mail us at: email@example.com
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.