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The Advising Office in 303 Lucas Hall serves most majors in the College of Arts & Sciences (CAS) and the College of Fine Arts & Communication (COFAC). Advisors meet regularly with undergraduate students to discuss degree progress, course selections, and campus policies as well as refer students to other appropriate campus entities.
During the school year, the office is open
Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday 8:30am – 7pm
Thursday& Friday 8:30am-5pm
Advising hours are
Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday 8:30am – 6pm
Thursday & Friday 8:30am - 4pm
and appointments can be made at (314) 516-5501.
On Thursday, Aug 20th and Thursday, Aug 27th
advising will be available until 6pm
Please be advised that Aug 10th - 28th we will be conducting
walk-ins only from 10am-3pm.
The Advising Office will be CLOSED from 1:30-3:30pm on August 6th, 7th, and 19th as we participate in New Student Orientation.
Who advises my major?
While many students in CAS and COFAC receive advising in 303 Lucas, students in several degree programs should meet primarily with their departmental advisor. For CAS those degrees are Anthropology, Biology, Biochemistry & Biotechnology, Chemistry, Economics, Physics & Astronomy, or both Pre-Social Work and Social Work. For COFAC Art Education, Music, or Music Education should meet with their department.
Students from other programs are encouraged to meet with their departmental advisors as well before meeting with an advisors in 303 Lucas.
What do I need for an appointment?
In addition to lifting holds and registering students for classes, advisors help students understand the university's programs, requirements, policies and procedures, help answer any questions or concerns students may have, and refer students to available campus resources based on need among other administrative duties. So in order to get the most of an advisor, it helps to come in prepared. Here are several things students can do before meeting with an advisor:
|Review the Student Advising Syllabus|
|Have your student number|
|Have a picture ID|
|Review your DARS|
|Look at the Course Catalog|
|Take the Math Placement Test|
|Schedule an appointment|
Who are the advisors?A full list of departmental advisors can be found here.
CAS/CoFAC Professional Advisors
|Economics BA, BS|
|Mathematics BA, BS|
|Public Policy Administration|
|Undecided Q - Z|
Undecided A - D
Undecided L - P