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In the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS), academic support is a
partnership between Undergraduate Academic Services (UAS) and
departmental faculty. UAS provides New Student Orientation advisement
and guidance in making final preparations for degree eligibility.
Faculty advisors within students’ academic disciplines assist students
with course planning, developing disciplinary interests, and exploring
graduate school and career interests.
All students in CAS will be assigned a faculty advisor within their
academic department. Advisors can be an invaluable resource so it is to
your benefit to make a point to connect with your advisor early on in
your academic career.
Your advisor can:
The advising relationship is a two-way street. As an advisee, you
must actively contribute in order for the relationship to work.
As an advisee you should:
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