Undergraduate advising is a partnership between you, your professional advisor, and your faculty mentor and it goes beyond course selection. Whether you plan to enter the workforce or continue on to earn an advanced degree, your academic advisors and mentor will guide you toward that goal. This holistic approach ensures that you are engaged in your academic plan, connected to the campus community and resources, and are earning your degree as efficiently as possible.
The quickest way to contact Undergraduate Advising is to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We check messages regularly and make sure they get to the appropriate advisor so you can get a response within 24 business hours.
Mariella is an advisor for the College of Arts & Sciences. She advises certified majors in Psychology and students who have an academic interest in Biological Sciences, Physical Sciences, Mathematics, Environmental and Ecosystem Sciences, Nursing, or Pre-Health Sciences.
Dr. Sweet is the faculty mentor in the College of Arts & Sciences and works with students who are certified in General Biological Sciences and those who are preparing to apply for a professional school in the health sciences.
Dr. Silva-Lopez is the faculty mentor in the College of Arts and Sciences and works with students who are certified in Environmental & Ecosystem Science, General Mathematics, or General Physical Sciences.