Graduate Academic Advising
Currently enrolled graduate students in the College of Health and Human Services (CHHS) should contact the administrative coordinator to find out advisor assignments. Faculty advisors are assigned by program, either alphabetically by last name, or by program concentration.
Undergraduate Academic Advising
Faculty and professional academic advisors advise currently enrolled undergraduate students in the College of Health and Human Services (CHHS). Initially, freshmen and transfer students meet advisors at the orientation program to be advised for their first semester of enrollment. Once enrolled, students should initiate a meeting with their advisor at least once a semester. Students are assigned to an academic advisor based on their program of study, either alphabetically by last name, or by program concentration.
Students should plan ahead and request an appointment with an advisor by e-mail or by phone, (or through the online appointment system in GCH), well ahead of the day they are eligible to register for the next term. Students should check the semester Academic Calendar for Priority Registration Dates and Registration Time Tickets and set up an appointment with their academic advisor. Students register online via Patriot Web.
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Advisor Assignments by Academic Department
Program Planning Advising Sheets
The advising team has created program planning sheets to provide a semester-by-semester breakdown of recommended course sequencing to complete the degree programs within four years. While these are a great tool to help you stay on track, please continue to see your advisor at least once per semester. View the program planning advising sheets.
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