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University Advising Center


Students meet with their major advisor to discuss major requirements. Major advising is located in departmental offices which can be found here.

Some majors have specific advising offices as listed below:

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING - Located in various rooms in the Engineering East Building. Many academic programs in this college have their own General Education pattern and specific course sequence requirements. For detailed contact information in your department, visit the website

COLLEGE OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES - Located in McLane Hall, Room 194, 278-5027. General Education and major advising is available for all students in Health and Human Services majors.

CRAIG SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADVISING CENTER - Located in Undergraduate Student Services, Peters Building, Room 185, 278-4943. Business students are encouraged to meet with advisors for assistance in program prerequisites, flow charts, and degree requirements.

EDUCATION STUDENT SERVICES CENTER - Located in Education Building, Room 100, 278-0300. Liberal Studies advisors provide guidance for degree requirements and credential programs in education.

PRE-NURSING ADVISING - Located in McLane Hall, Room 194, 278-5027. Students are given information on program prerequisites, application procedures, and admission requirements for the Nursing program.

PSYCHOLOGY ADVISING OFFICE - Located in Science 2, Room 237, 278-2691. This office provides academic advising for Pre-Psychology and Psychology majors.


CAREER SERVICES - Located in Thomas Administration Building, Room 103, 278-2381. Career counselors provide career counseling, facilitate job search workshops, and host career fairs.

COLLEGE ASSISTANCE MIGRANT PROGRAM (CAMP) - Located in Thomas Administration, Room 105, 278-4768. CAMP provides academic advising, career planning, cultural enrichment, recruitment, job search, and financial aid application assistance to university students from migrant and seasonal farmworker families.

EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM (EOP) - Located in Joyal Administration Building, Room 224, 278-1787. EOP provides academic advising, learning assistance and tutoring, financial aid information, career information, housing information, and personal counseling to first-generation college students.

HEALTH CAREERS OPPORTUNITIES PROGRAM (HCOP) - Located in Science Building, Room 101, 278-4748. HCOP is designed to assist students from educationally and economically disadvantaged backgrounds to prepare for entry into health professional schools and allied health, science and natural science graduate programs.

HEALTH AND PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES - Located in the Health Center, 278-2734. University Health and Psychological Services provides outpatient clinical medical care and, psychological counseling to university students.

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT SERVICES AND PROGRAMS -Located in Joyal Administration Building, Room 256, 278-2782. This office provides academic advising and support services to international students.

LEARNING CENTER (LC) - Located in the Henry Madden Library, Collection Level (bottom floor), 278-3052. The LC facilitates a variety of programs and services to meet the educational needs of students including academic success workshops and free tutoring in high demand subject areas for individuals and small groups.

SERVICES FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES (SSD) - Located in Henry Madden Library, Room 1202, 278-2811. SSD coordinates academic support, counseling, registration assistance, blue curb parking, orientation, and advocates for students with disabilities with off-campus agencies.

STUDENT-ATHLETE SERVICES - Located in Ricchiuti Academic Center, 278-6185. Academic advisors assist student athletes with NCAA eligibility requirements, academic advising, and tutorial services.

STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES - Located in the Lab School 185F, 278-1000. SSSP is a federal TRIO grant program that provides academic assessment, individualized instructional support, and personal and career development skills for first generation, low income, and disabled students.

UNIVERSITY MIGRANT SERVICES (UMS) - Located in Joyal Administration Building, Room 224, 278-1787. UMS provide services and activities to help migrant students maximize their academic skills and support their personal development throughout their university experience.

WOMEN'S RESOURCE CENTER - Located in the Thomas Administration Building, Room 110A, 278-4435. This office provides internships and volunteer opportunities, support and discussion groups, and peer counseling and referral services for women in the university community.