Academic advising services are offered differently across campus to meet the unique needs of the different colleges and their students. Choose your college (or one you might be considering) below to connect with an advisor. If you need to find what college your major is housed within, you can do that in the Catalog of Studies.

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College Advising Centers


Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences
Advisors in Dale Bumpers are committed to enhancing the educational experience and maximizing opportunities for students. Students are advised by a faculty or staff member within their specific major. Undecided students, or those needing an advisor assigned, work with the Bumpers College Dean’s Office.

Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design
At the Fay Jones School, you’re more than just a number. Because our program is small, we have the luxury of getting to know you — and that’s important, because our programs are demanding. So come by and get to know our advising staff.

J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences
Every Fulbright College student has a professional academic advisor in the Fulbright College Advising Center. Just have a quick question? Our Help Desk is available every weekday by phone or in person.

Sam M. Walton College of Business
Exceptional academic advising is essential to achieving the vision of Walton College. Advisors in the Undergraduate Programs Office will help you make thoughtful decisions related to your academic experience, and maximize your educational and career opportunities.

College of Education and Health Professions
All students, except those majoring in Communication Disorders or Nursing, will be advised by counselors in the Office of Academic Student Initiatives and Services (OASIS). Pre-Communication Disorders and Communication Disorders students will be advised by the professional counselor in their department, while Pre-Nursing and Nursing students will be advised by professional counselors in the Eleanor Mann School of Nursing.

College of Engineering
The First-Year Engineering Program is designed to help first year students build a solid foundation for their engineering education. FEP more than just a set of classes. It also provides orientation, peer mentoring, tutoring and supplemental instruction, academic advising, basic career advising, and academic skills development. Once a major is declared students will be assigned an academic advisor from within their major. Transfer students should contact Eric Specking.

Student Advising Resources

Honors College Honors Advisor for Student Success and Retention
Office of the Registrar Academic Advising
One Stop Student Guide Quick Links
UASuccess Connect With Your Advisor