Academic Advising and Planning Center

The Academic Advising and Planning Center (AAPC) prepares undergraduate students to navigate all aspects of academic planning by promoting an atmosphere that encourages self-exploration and resource utilization in support of academic success, as well as the timely and informed pursuit of an academic major.

Schedule an Appointment

Schedule an advising appointment with your assigned advisor in the Academic Advising and Planning Center online with Appointment Manager. For more information, visit our Schedule an Advising Appointment page.

Quick Question Drop-In Advising

The AAPC offers Quick Question Drop-In (QQDI) advising hours daily Monday - Friday throughout the fall and spring semesters. QQDI is staffed by our Peer Advisors with a professional advisor available on call supporting the Peer Advisor. Please verify: Does your question qualify for Quick Question Drop-In advising?

Advise Me - a mobile advising texting platform

The Academic Advising and Planning Center offers Advise Me, a mobile advising texting platform. Text "adviseme" to 85511 with advising questions to communicate with Academic Advising on the fly. The line is most actively monitored between the last day of Drop/Add through Reading Day in the Fall and Spring semesters- see here for precise dates.

Advise Me - mobile advising texting platform

How to Find Your Advisor

You can find your advisor's name via the Student Profile tile in MyPortal or by viewing your Degree Works audit. Newly admitted students will be assigned an academic advisor after attending New Student Orientation.

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Parents are encouraged to visit the Academic Advising and Planning Center Facebook page for frequent updates and tips: students can find content more relevant to them on our Instagram.

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