Since the department does not schedule individual advisement appointments, each semester students must schedule an Academic/Internship Advisement Session. Which session students attend is based on their number of completed hours (not including the number of hours for which they are currently enrolled). These are small group advisement sessions where you will receive an updated plan of study that covers graduation requirements, time to graduation, information on student organizations, and study abroad. You will also receive information about when, how, and where to apply for your internship. Students cannot apply for an internship unless they attend one of these sessions.
Advising sessions have concluded for this semester. Students who did not attend a session may come to academic advising drop-ins for advice, but should be aware that it's unlikely there will be a current plan of study immediately available. Students should refer to their most recent plan of study and/or the Academic Requirements section in their Student Service Center to help them register for spring. Internship advisement drop-ins are also available. Drop-in hours are updated weekly.
Students with fewer than 24 completed hours are advised in the University College.