Mission: To support and inspire the development of Woodruff School undergraduate students.
Vision: Undergraduate academic advising in the Woodruff School will actively engage students in their educational experience so they can become independent, life-long learners who are innovative and contributing members in their larger community.
Academic Advising Hours & Appointment Information
- Advising hours are 8-12 and 1-4 ET, Monday - Friday for most advisors.
- Advisors see students in-person and remotely Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, and remotely only on Wednesdays and Fridays.
- Sign up for an appointment through Advisor Link one day in advance. Students can select in-person advising or virtual advising.
Virtual Drop-In Advising Hours
- Virtual Drop-In Advising: Thursdays from 9-11 AM and 2-4 PM
- All drop-in advising in virtual only and is for short 5-10 minute questions only. This is not for required advising or long term scheduling.
- Phase 2 Registration Drop-In Hours: Friday, August 18 until Friday August 25 will be drop-in advising related to fall registration issues ONLY from 8-12 noon each week day.
- On Thursday, August 24 we will not have afternoon drop-in hours.
Academic Advisor Signatures on Forms
- Forms will take ~2 business days to sign. During active registration times, this may be delayed up to a week.
- All forms using DocuSign should be send to Kristi Mehaffey at firstname.lastname@example.org for the ME or NRE advisor signature.
- All other forms should be submitted to the ME/NRE Canvas Advising.
Undergraduate Advising Requirements
We require individual academic advisement appointments for the following groups of students:
First-Year Freshman (ME and NRE): First-Year Advising Worksheet
Students taking ME 2202, ME 2205 or NRE 3301: Sophomore Advising Worksheet
Academic Standing (probation or warning standing): Academic Standing Worksheet
Midterm Advising: Students with multiple midterm U's Midterm Worksheet
ME Career Advising
NRE Career & Faculty Advising
Faculty advisors are available to help with career planning, research opportunities, technical electives and graduate school. Faculty advisors are assigned by the first letter of your last name.
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