Academic Advising Programs is the advising home for undergraduate students exploring their major options and/or other potential courses of study.

If you are an undeclared student, a dedicated advisor from our office will provide focused advising to plan each semester’s courses while you explore how your interests can lead to choosing a major. You will also discover ways to create an educational experience that is uniquely yours by combining a major with a minor, a certificate program, or even "selected electives," intentional electives, and/or a variety of co-curricular learning experiences.

As an undeclared student, you are expected to meet with your dedicated advisor once per semester.

The Office of Undergraduate Education and Academic Success (UED) is the academic home for undeclared students. UED supports this time of discovery through specialized General Education courses provided through the First-Year Experience and Honors Program that build in opportunities for undeclared students to find their place and their academic purpose. 

In addition to these exploratory courses, undeclared students are encouraged to see an advisor through Academic Advising Programs, which provide focused advising to help students explore major options.

Find more information on the Undeclared Advising and Major Exploration page, or see an academic advisor in SSC 220.