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Advising Information

CSSFYE Advisor Newsletter Spring 2021

Spring 2021 Advising Syllabus

Who We Advise

The professional advisors at the Center for Student Success and First-Year Experience serve the following students:

All FRESHMAN STUDIES (undeclared) students (up to 45 hours) and all first-year FRESHMEN within the following departments:

  • Majors in the School of Business Administration
  • Majors in the School of Applied Sciences
  • Accountancy
  • Majors in the School of Engineering
  • The following majors within the College of Liberal Arts: Biology, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Forensic Chemistry, Economics, English, Math, Modern Languages, Political Science, Psychology, Public Policy Leadership, Sociology, Anthropology, and Southern Studies.

* If your major is not listed above, you will be advised by your major’s department.

* Incoming students must wait until orientation to be advised.

Making an appointment:

To make an appointment with your advisor, please access our online appointment system. You will receive an email confirming it, and a reminder two hours before your appointment via email or/and text. If you have questions on how to schedule your appointment, please refer to the video tutorial below:

Declaring your major:

If you are a FRESHMAN, and your major falls into one of our partnering departments, you can declare and change your major at the Center for Student Success and First-Year Experience, located in 350 Martindale.

If you are a SOPHOMORE, JUNIOR or SENIOR, or if you your major is not listed above, here is some information on where to declare your major (must have a 2.0 to declare):

  • College of Liberal Arts: Change of Major Form & Locations
  • School of Business Administration: Online Major Change Form
  • School of Accountancy: 200 Conner Hall
  • School of Education:  SAFE Office – Guyton Annex
    (must have a 2.5 GPA to declare)
  • School of Applied Sciences: Online Major Change Form
  • School of Engineering: 227 Brevard Hall
  • School of Pharmacy: 1030 Thad Cochran Research Center