After you are admitted to the university and your Degree Audit Report (DARs) is available to review, an academic advisor will be assigned to you who specializes in your program and can help you plan your path to graduation. If you haven’t declared a major yet, you will be assigned an advisor who specializes in helping students explore majors and careers. You will receive a letter or an email through your university email account with contact information for your assigned academic advisor.
Contact your advisor early with any questions related to your major, career exploration, study habits, time management or degree planning. You can also find your advisor’s name, email and phone number on your DARS in your eServices account. The advisors contact information is near the top of the DARS.
If you have no advisor assigned on your DARS, or if your advisor is out of the office for an extended time, email or call the advising center connected to your intended major. Please see the list below.
Undergraduate Advising Centers
|College of Community Studies
and Public Affairs
|College of Individualized Studies||651.793.1937
|College of Liberal Arts||651.793.1457
|College of Management||612.659.7269
|College of Nursing and
|College of Sciences||651.793.1641
|School of Criminology
and Criminal Justice
|School of Urban Education||612.659.7139
|Undecided Student Advising||651.793.1457