Undergraduate Students
 

At UMSL, all students must meet with an academic advisor before enrolling in their first semester. Advisors help you plan your degree and select appropriate courses. Your advisor is also available to guide you and answer questions as you progress through your academic program. In addition to communicating with an academic advisor, international students work with international student advisors when your academic plans affect your immigration status. For more information, please visit the academic advising homepage.

Click here to download class registration instructions for undergraduate students.

Who Is My Advisor?

All undergraduate students at UMSL are assigned to a staff advisor according to their major. When you are ready to pre-register for a tentative schedule, please email the advisor below from the College or School that houses your major. Not sure what college is yours? Please check your admission letter. If you are a transfer student currently in the United States, you may also meet with your advisor in person.

College of Arts and Sciences 

Contact the advisor for your major.

 

College of Business Administration

Contact the Advising Team.

 

College of Education

Contact OASIS.

 

Joint Engineering Program

Mary McManus (mcmanus@umsl.edu)

 

Fine Arts and Communication

Contact the advisor for your major.

 

College of Nursing

Contact the Advising Team.

 

School of Social Work

Contact the Advising Team.

 

Graduate Students

 

Graduate students at UMSL communicate with an advisor or program director before enrolling in their first semester. Advisors and program directors help you plan your degree and select appropriate courses. They are also available to guide you and answer questions as you progress through your academic program. In addition to communicating with an academic advisor, international students work with international student advisors when your academic plans affect your immigration status.

Click here to download class registration instructions for graduate students.

To locate your advisor, refer to your admission letter from the Graduate School or consult information on your department’s webpage.