Office of Academic Advising

The Office of Academic Advising (OAA) consists of ten professional advisors, six who are centrally located in the Ley Student Center and available to meet with any undergraduate, and four who are located in Youngkin Academic Center and specifically support student athletes. Each professional advisor meets with students regularly to provide advice across a wide range of topics including information on academic rules, university policies, graduation requirements, major choices, and academic resources, to name a few. We also provide academic advisor training and support for all members of our community of advising, including faculty, staff, and peer academic advisors across campus. In addition, our professional advisors deliver highly specialized advising for specific student groups including those preparing for graduate school, medical school (or other health professional schools), and law school, as well as transfer students, international students, or students who might be experiencing academic difficulties.

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Advising Relationship Expectations

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